30. 11. 2022 from 14.30 to 17.30 CET
Learn how to record radio and podcasts with Aljaž Škrlep from the Robida Collective at our ZOOM webinar.
In three hours, we will learn how to use the basic technical tools for recording podcasts. With the help of simple exercises in the interpretation of audio and written material, we will prepare and record a radio programme on the theme of community and the potential that the concept of the common offers for developing new ways of living.
Robida Collective works at the confluence of the written and spoken word – with the Robida magazine and the internet radio Robida Radio – and the spatial practices they develop in the village of Topolò/Topolove, , where the collective is based. It is made up of Slovenian and Italian spatial and community activists, who are linked by ideas of community, sustainability, culture, and contemporary thought, living in so-called post-rural spaces.
Aljaž Škrlep (1993) holds a master’s degree in Philosophy and Slovene Studies and is an educator. He is a member of the Robida collective, part of the editorial board of Robida magazine and a content creator for Robida Radio. He writes his column „About Small Things” for the Novi Matajur newspaper, in which he reflects in a philosophical way on everything that surrounds him in everyday life, in order to re-evaluate the local territory – with its difficult history of the Cold War and mass migration.
About Let’s meet:
Let’s meet is a cross-sectoral cooperation aiming to enhance social inclusion through arts, by fostering innovative participatory and intercultural dialogue approaches linking education, training and youth stakeholders with the cultural and creative sector grassroots organisations.
Let’s meet is a European project, developed through the collaboration of: KEW – European Association for Local Democracy, Kinoatelje, ALDA – European Association for Local Democracy, NARA, Szépírók Társasága – Society of Hungarian Authors. Co-funded by Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and Fundacja Rozwoju Systemu Edukacj