During Kenyon's excavations at Jericho, this technique helped discern the long and complicated occupational history of the site.
It was believed that this approach allowed more precise stratigraphic observations than earlier "horizontal exposure" techniques which relied on architectural and ceramic analysis.
Miyuki has worked in the US as a producer for National Public Radio’s on Radio National.
Music and writing both have ways of taking a story or a sound and building it up and around and finding a point where it hits you in the gut and makes you feel something. Radio stories make me feel things that reading or sound alone don’t – sad for all the sea turtles, terrified that a school dance will be cancelled, proud that Andrea Silenzi realised why she’d stopped dating just anyone.
In 2014 as part of its #discuss project, the Wheeler Centre asked some Australian radio makers to discuss the idea that ‘there are things you can do with radio that you could never do in music or writing alone’. Radio drama is the most liberating form a writer can work with.
It has all the immediacy of film and television (immersing the listener into the space of the work) along with the imaginative power of fiction (creating whole worlds in the audience’s head) and the movement of poetry (traversing real and non-real spaces to chase down ideas).
Janet Mock – Visibility and Voice [Melbourne] Thursday August 31, 2017 Deakin Edge, Melbourne VIC Mock draws on her experience as a journalist and prominent trans woman to speak about the power of storytelling in media, popular culture and more… Melbourne University Law Revue: Sketchual Healing [Melbourne] Friday September 1, 2017 Guild Theatre, Parkville An annual sketch comedy show written, directed and performed by students that has been running for over 40 years Black T-shirt Collection [Melbourne] Thursday September 7, 2017 Fairfax Studio, Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne Victoria A modern fable about brotherhood in a globalised world, Black T-Shirt Collection is a one-man tour-de-force utterly of the moment.
Fish by Rollercoaster Theatre Company [Melbourne] Friday September 1, 2017 Melba Spiegeltent, Collingwood Victoria The world is trembling and we’re expected to just go on working, playing, spending, dreaming. An Afternoon with Simon Napier-Bell [Melbourne] Saturday September 9, 2017 The Pavilion – Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne VIC In Britain he worked alongside Beatles and Stones managers Brian Epstein and Andrew Loog Oldham, taking notes and observing the workings of the music industry which he later applied to his artists whom all became household names.
It also provides access to great collaborators – meaning higher quality productions – because it’s relatively cheap to create. Radio is in the air, waiting to be brought to life by the listener.
It begins with the turn of the dial and ends with another.
Witness the vulnerability, thrills and heartbreak of the dating experience up close, as Bron Batten facilitates, interrogates and gleefully destroys the rituals of contemporary romance.
Featuring a different volunteer participant each night, Onstage Dating takes the fraught and intoxicating performance of modern courtship to the next level all in front of the audience.
She developed the performance work Sweet Child of Mine in collaboration with her parents for the 2011 Melbourne Fringe Festival where it won the award for Best Experimental Performance.