The Listening Project recording stations exist! They were painting in Roberts Basement today, so that location will have to wait until tomorrow… but on the bright side, it will feel less gloomy with a nice fresh coat of paint!
Our opening event went really well yesterday: delicious food, intelligent guests, and lots of great conversation on interviewing techniques.
So, with these two things in mind, I will spend the next few entries enlightening you, O Readers, in various ways. I’ll unveil pictures of the various recording stations (one by one, naturally) and caption them with some insights and questions from our discussion last night. Hoowah! Up first: the DC Basement. It’s a little tucked away, but never fear: it exists… and this is what it looks like!
Is interviewing/being interviewed by someone you know restrictive or liberating? Often, if the interviewer knows you well, the “interview” can turn into a conversation, a mutually told story.