Meet audio producer Larnie Moles – the first of a mini-series, showcasing the guests behind Solo Arts’ upcoming Audio Cinema night, Tuesday 2nd May 2018.
“Never Apologise for Existing on Stage”, and other Lessons from Theatre School
“We’ve had emotional days, and intense days. There’s no room for ‘I wouldn’t say that’, or ‘I wouldn’t do that’. A drama degree is naturally going to be stressful.”
On the brink of graduation, preparing for the “next stage”, three University of Sunderland BA Drama students share advice for emerging actors.
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How to Attract Attention with your Audio Features
Meet RJ Phoenix, emerging audio producer MA Radio student at the University of Sunderland, RJ Phoenix.
Earlier this month, audio producer RJ Phoenix received a nomination for this year’s Charles Parker Prize, at the annual event which gives recognition to strong audio production work by students across the UK.
“It’s given me more confidence, that I’m on the right track as an audio producer,” said RJ. “One day, I might be able to earn some money out of it. But it’s the recognition, really, that your work is good, and people think it’s of value.”
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Why You Should Judge A Book By Its Cover
Author Alan Parkinson on perfecting cover design, discovering & developing your visual brand, and the many mistakes along the way.
Get ready for “one of the most spectacular cock-ups in design history”. Literally.
“Even When You Get Rejected”
At what point can an artist claim they’re a professional artist?
Community Radio Awards 2016 – ArtyParti
A happy little announcement from our sister radio programme.
Community Radio Awards 2016 – White Market Podcast
A love letter to one of my good radio friends, & the success of her podcast.
Warning: Gushingly positive opinions lie ahead.
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Advice from an Author – Plotting to Be a Planner
Author Alan Parkinson on why it pays off to put in work before getting to work on your novel. Continue reading “Advice from an Author – Plotting to Be a Planner”
Chris Sykes, BBC Newcastle – How Will Buckley Started My Radio Career
Chris Sykes, now Broadcast Assistant with BBC Newcastle, found his way into the radio station via work experience. Here’s why he impressed the BBC, and why they wanted to keep him around:
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ArtyParti – Putting Southwick on the Map, Thinking Digital Arts & Free Pinhole Photography
Hello, Creatives! One of my side projects alongside running 99% Perspiration is a weekly radio programme called ArtyParti. We invite guests to chat about artistic & cultural events in the North East of the UK.
Here’s the latest, episode 39;
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