This audio postcard is from Hollyhock created during The Story From Hear podcasting workshop. Here, Jen Moss spends the afternoon in the local forest with Cortes resident Doreen Guthrie and learns about trapping.
Jenni Schine is a community-engaged researcher, communication specialist, and sound artist based on Vancouver Island, BC. She is also the Pacific Programs Community Liaison at Tides Canada. Jenni is a big fan of public engagement and has extended her work into film, radio, sound art, and installations. She also likes to connect artists with scientists and produce radio and podcasts. As an educator, Jenni teaches courses and workshops in both urban and rural environments, including Podcasting: The Story From Hear at Hollyhock with Jen Moss. She currently acts as the Arts, Culture, and Ethnography Advisor for the Sfaira Foundation, and was previously a Director of the Salmon Coast Field Station. Jenni is grateful to learn from the many knowledge holders in the traditional territories where I work and play.
Jennifer Moss co-instructs The Story from Hear podcasting workshop at Hollyhock Retreat Centre on Cortes Island. She has spent nearly 20 years as a storyteller in various media. Starting in theatre, she moved into the print journalism, radio, podcasting, and digital interactive fields. Her writing revolves primarily around arts, social issues, and character-driven stories. Jen has worked extensively in radio production for both CBC and Roundhouse Radio in Vancouver. She won a Jack Webster Award for Best Audio Feature in 2010 for Wild Art, a story about an artist and recovering addict. Jen has been a writer and interactive story producer on numerous award-winning interactive projects, including Bear 71 (NFB), Seven Digital Deadly.