Re-Imagined Radio presents a collection of 18 short stories told with vocals, sound effects, field recordings and music. Subjects include soundscapes, dreamscapes, deep questions, audio drama, radio drama, radio historical highlights, memories, emotional states, loss and redemption, scary stories, uplifting stories, collages, sound poems and more. All created by local, emerging artists—students from the Storytelling with Sounds class. Learn more about the stories on the Re-Imagined Radio website.
Re-Imagined Radio is curated, produced and hosted by John F. Barber, faculty with the Creative Media and Digital Culture program.