Whether you're an avid consumer or a new downloader,
we're excited to announce that Bethany Atkinson-Quinton
will be offering an introductory workshop to the world of podcasting!

So if you're a keen podcaster or you just want to learn more about this unique artform,
which is experiencing a resurgence, then book your spot today!

WORKSHOP: Want to learn more about podcasts?
WHEN: 2:30 - 4:30pm Friday 16 June 2017
Where: Retro Youth Space and Cafe, QEII Square Albury,
located behind the Albury LibraryMuseum
Cost: $10:00 includes afternoon tea
Places are limited
Eventbrite BOOK HERE NOW

About Bethany Atkinson-Quinton
Bethany Atkinson-Quinton will be visiting Albury Wodonga and we're excited to announce that she will be offering an introduction to Podcasting Workshop while she is here. 

Bethany is a presenter, producer, storyteller and creative audio maker based in Melbourne. She has broadcast experience on SYN Media, Triple R and PBS. Her radio documentaries have appeared on FBi's All The Best, Triple R's Max Headroom and ABC Radio National's Pocket Docs. She is currently the co-host and co-producer of The Breakfast Spread on PBS 106.7FM.

As seen in The Wheeler Centre's Australian Audio Guide, Bethany is a Supervising Producer at All The Best working from Triple R, and produces independent podcasts Audiostage and Her Game. She is the former podcast producer for The Australian Red Cross' Life In Australia podcast. Bethany's work seeks to support women and gender diverse people to explore discussions around community, identity, intimacy, art and feminism in Australia.

Bethany has worked extensively in the community-broadcasting sector for the last five years as a broadcaster, producer and trainer. She currently works at PBS 106.7FM running the PBS Access Training Program, a broadcast training program she created for women and gender diverse people. For the last two years, she co-curated International Women's Day special broadcast at PBS, and currently sits on the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia board as the Women's representative. In 2016, she won 4 awards at the annual SYN Media Awards including 'Best Feature'.

Bethany has spoken about radio, podcasting and audio storytelling at the National Young Writers Festival, Melbourne Writers Festival, Emerging Writers Festival, Digital Writers Festival, Oral History Victoria Symposium, CBAA Conference, Collarts and for The Walkley Foundation's Comms Direct Conference. She has also moderated and hosted events for LISTEN: Feminist Futures Conference, A Night with Uncle Jack Charles, Darebin Music Feast and at The Arts Centre for a live recording of ABC Radio National podcast The Real Thing.

In 2016, she co-curated an audio storytelling exhibition Keepsakes at The Foundling Archive exploring how we hold onto our memories. She has recently been long-listed for The Walkley Foundation Innovation Grant for a new podcast project and has been selected for Footscray Community Arts Centre's Emerging Cultural Leadership Program for 2017.