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Texas Resilience Stories // by Michelle Dahlenburg

Texas Resilience Stories // by Michelle Dahlenburg

We have had the absolute pleasure of sharing with you the beautiful work of the one and only Michelle Dahlenburg on this year’s Summer Spotlight Series. All three episodes of Michelle’s Texas Resilience Stories are now available for listening. Just find “Make Every Media” wherever you listen to podcasts, or listen via the embeds below!

Ep. 1 – “That Food that was Comfort”

Artist Casey Janewski’s Texas Winter Storm Story ::

Ep. 2. – “Who Cares for the Caregiver?”

Hospital Chaplain Stephen Robinson Shares Six Tips for Building Resilience ::

Ep. 3 – “We’re Not Giving up on These Kids”

Creating Resilient Schools through Restorative Practice with Special Education Teacher Ignacio Valdez ::

Aside from the MEM “framing,” these episodes were entirely produced, recorded, and edited by Michelle Dahlenburg, with music from Blue Dot Sessions www.sessions.blue

Michelle is an Austin, Texas-based audio producer, community-based theatre artist, performer, and educator. She has produced audio stories that have aired on KUT Austin (NPR affiliate), PRX Remix, and the podcasts Neighbors, 51%, and Make Every Media. She is currently a story producer for the live comedy show Mortified Austin, and a lecturer in applied theatre at Texas State University. This past year she served as the Resilience Stories manager for a new resiliency research center at Texas State.

Ep. 26: TIME SOUP:: Part 2 :: Second Breakfast

Ep. 26: TIME SOUP:: Part 2 :: Second Breakfast

Coming in at 24 minutes and 25 seconds long, Episode 26 of Make Every Media time-hops around 2022, 2021, 2017, and 2003 for PART TWO of TIME SOUP with the amazing MICHELLE DAHLENBURG!

The music for this episode was crafted by the inimitable Scooter Holliday and lovingly interwoven thru the conversation vortex by Michael Ferstenfeld.

More Music from Scooter Holiday
@ScooterSings
@ScooterSings on social
www.scooterholiday.com

The Vortex
www.vortexrep.org

 

Catch “How to Make Every Media With Free & Open-Source Software” on Tuesday, January 11, 2022 @ 7pm Central ::

Register on Meetup or watch on Twitch or YouTube

This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department and sponsored by Austin Creative Alliance.

Other media referenced in this episode ::

Episode 24 of MEMcast
Salvage Vanguard Theatre
David and the Wire on Radiolab
Getting Things Done
KonMari

 

Ep. 25: Two Old Cats – Donnie & Megan

Ep. 25: Two Old Cats – Donnie & Megan

TWO OLD CATS is a conversational podcast that delves into the experiences of our U.S. Veterans and their friends and families. In episode 1 host Command Sergeant Major Retired Donnie Moten speaks with his daughter, Megan about life before, during, and after the military.


Ep. 24: TIME SOUP:: Documentary Debt

Ep. 24: TIME SOUP:: Documentary Debt

Episode 24 of Make Every Media is 24 minutes long and time-hops around March 2021, 2020, 2017, and 2016, all with the amazing MICHELLE DAHLENBURG!

The music for this episode was crafted by the inimitable Scooter Holliday and lovingly interwoven thru the conversation vortex by Michael Ferstenfeld.

More Music from Scooter Holiday
soundcloud.com/ScooterSings
@ScooterSings on social
www.scooterholiday.com

Catch TIME SOUP, the Live Twitch Stream June 22nd, 2021, from 2-9pm, as we give a full Media Hatchery Update and premiere Steal Every Media, Genderbots, Two Old Cats, and Teaching in the Time of Covid:
twitch.tv/MakeEveryMedia
www.MakeEveryMedia.com/Hatchery

Special Thanks to
Amber Quick
Jenny Larson and Bobby Longoria for the clip from their SVT short:

Salvage Vanguard Theatre
www.salvagevanguard.com

The Off Center
www.rudemechs.com

The Institution Theatre
www.theinstitutiontheater.com

This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department and sponsored by Austin Creative Alliance.

Ep. 23: The Virtual Stage

Ep. 23: The Virtual Stage

MEMisode 23, a mini-memisode with Michael Ferstenfeld and Amber Quick, catching you up with a quickness!

Announcing the launch of our Virtual Stage series, featuring “The Speaker Speaks” from Jarrott Productions: jarrottproductions.com

And also the release of Episode 2 of “Come and Take It” with Ken Webster from Hyde Park Theatre, written by Beth Webster (no relation): MakeEveryMedia – Mem022

And also THE INFINITE IDES OF MARCH, coming this March 15th to twitch.tv/MakeEveryMedia!

Music in this episode from:
Chris Owen (@forgottendiscovery on soundcloud)
Aundre Wesley (@RudKnow on soundcloud)
Paul Wainright (@waynechamplagne on soundcloud)

Preview of “The Speaker Speaks” edited by Craig Brock
Introduced by Natalie Garcia,
Performed by David Jarrott

This memisode made possible in part by support from the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.