The Art & Science of Creative Podcasting: From Storytelling to Marketing
with Eric Klein
Saturdays: June 24th, 9:00am - 4:00pm & July 8th, 9:00am - 4:00pm
Lab participants can expect to learn the skills and tools needed to produce podcast episodes that engage the listener and build audience community. At the conclusion of the course, participants will have completed one episode of their own podcast. Specifically, we'll focus on tips and strategies for good interviews, recording techniques, writing for radio (and podcasts), and audio editing.
Thursdays: June 1st and 8th, from 9:00am-4:00pm Most people live their lives unconscious about money and because of that, live in financial fragility. We'll explore the influence the hidden assumptions of consumption and debt in our capitalist system and help you reclaim ownership of how you spend your time + your energy. Once achieved, financial independence gives you the chance to live a fully honest and authentic life. There is only one person responsible for your financial health: you. Become the CFO for your life.
Mondays: May 1st, 8th, 15th, and 22nd from 6:30-9:30pm Without a clear understanding of yourself, your motivations, your relationships and your values, it’s impossible to create a life that matters, or even make a decision without doubt. Goethe wrote, “Trust yourself. Then you will know how to live.” Over four weeks, we’ll talk about what got you here, what brings you joy and what you want in your future. By understanding yourself, understanding your relationships, and understanding your world, you’ll have the tools to make clear decisions and the resources to act clearly. Using art making, writing prompts, and in class exercises to clarify your values and goals, we’ll work together to create a specific personal plan for your own self-care that will guide your decision making far into the future. No art experience required!
with Jefferson Smith, Tim Marcroft, and Bjarke Kronborg of the Wayfinding Academy
Thursdays: May 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th from 6:30-9:30pm Join our three Lab leaders who have worked on three of the most successful crowdfunding campaigns in Portland history including a radio station (which raised $103,762), a park (which raised $123,880), and a new kind of college (which raised $206,451). Bring an idea that you want to get crowdfunded and you'll receive personalized attention to sharpen your plans and improve your execution. You’ll leave with a primer on grassroots fundraising, a timeline template for your campaign (counting backwards from launch), and personalized next steps and tips for improving your odds and increasing the amount you raise.