Hearing Voices Webworks
And other online inter-hyper-activities
Juneteenth: a.k.a., Freedom Day and Emancipation Day, was 151 years ago, June 19 1965.
We add one piece every day of the month by & about women (all stories by Hearing Voices women producers) .
A multimedia global gallery with works by international learners in the Transom Online Workshop.
The arts of African Americans and their struggle for basic human rights.
A photo-audio-essay; with sounds, images, songs and prayers of the Afghan people.
Zora Neale Hurston' s 1939 "Proposed Recording Expedition into the Floridas."
1940 recordings from the California Migratory Labor Camps.
Plugging into the soldier's iPods -- their music and their lives.
Short sound-portraits of Montana people & places.
The Art of Noises by Luigi Russolo, 1913, with machine musics and Umberto Boccioni paintings.
A web gallery of original artwork by Victoria Golding.
Music, monks, millennia; songs and horses on a Mongolian steppes recording expedition.
An automated audio art automaton.
Mt. Kailash in Tibet, one of the world's most holy sites; photos and audio by Scott Carrier.
A year on a sheep ranch; paintings by Jerry Iverson with an audio documentary by Barrett Golding.
"They find them in the bright light of morning," a Charles Bowden essay, with artwork by Alice Leora Briggs.
Violence as communication, a Scott Carrier essay with photos by Julian Cardona.
Some select slices of This American Life from Sarah Vowell.
Photos from China, by Jake Warga.
For your blog or site: display the stories in NPR series produced by independents.
Reading/hearings/viewings for learning a mix of skills: interviewing, writing, editing, storytelling, mixing.
Boots on the ground soldiers and marines testify of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, for the Iraq Veterans Against the War.
Jeff Metcalf keeps a diary of his diagnosis and treatment, with links and letters.