Hear Here: A Pop-Up Radio Project

6:04pm

Thu November 1, 2012
HEAR HERE: A POP-UP RADIO PROJECT

Hear Here: Meet Nina Jo Smith

Nina Jo Smith is a singer-songwriter based in San Francisco

3:42pm

Mon October 29, 2012
Hear Here: A Pop-Up Radio Project

Community stories from KALW’s Hear Here pop up at the Oakland Museum of California

KALW’s Hear Here story and sound installation popped up in the grassy courtyard of the Oakland Museum of California this Friday evening amidst palm readers, face painters, and yes – a zombie flash mob.

The installation was just one feature of the Oakland Museum of California’s final Summer Nights event of the year, which included Halloween-themed activities like a costume contest and screening of the film Night of the Living Dead.

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11:51am

Thu October 18, 2012
COMMUNITY EVENT

Hear Here’s story installation to pop up at the Oakland Museum of California Friday Oct 26

KALW’s community storytelling team Hear Here is showcasing stories from the residents of Oakland and San Francisco in a larger-than-life installation at the Oakland Museum of California next Friday, October 26 from 5pm-12am.

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12:17pm

Tue October 16, 2012
TELL YOUR STORY

Put your story on the Hear Here map

Visit hearhere.kalw.org to contribute your story about a significant place in your neighborhood.

At KALW, we believe that telling the story of a city means telling the stories of the people who live there. That’s what our community storytelling project Hear Here has been doing in San Francisco and Oakland – and now they want to get to know the places that make these cities what they are by asking a simple question:

What’s a place in your neighborhood that means something to you – and why?

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11:43am

Fri October 12, 2012
HEAR HERE LIVE AT LITCRAWL

Bring your smartphones and headphones to Hear Here Live on Saturday at 5pm

The Hear Here mobile story tunnel is coming to Hear Here Live this Saturday at 5pm at Public Works in the Mission. The story tunnel features the photos of people who have contributed their story to the Hear Here project, along with a special link to their audio stories. Just a simple swipe of a smartphone will let you listen on the spot to the diverse and touching stories Hear Here has collected and produced so far. Think of it like an art gallery for sound!

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