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Friday, June 7
 

8:15pm CDT

2019 Independant Audiobook Awards
The 2019 Independent Audiobook Awards. This premier awards program recognizing distinction in independently published audiobooks and spoken word entertainment.

Winners will be revealed at tonight's awards ceremony hosted by internationally acclaimed bestselling author, Jeff Strand.

IAA Finalists will be given priority seating at this event.


Speakers
avatar for Ann Richardson

Ann Richardson

Ann has been narrating since 2008, from her state of the art, in-home recording booth. She has been awarded three AudioFile Magazine’s Earphones Awards, and has also been a multi-time finalist for the Society of Voice Arts Awards (2016, 2017, 2018). Connecting with the story and... Read More →
avatar for Jeff Strand

Jeff Strand

Jeff Strand is the four-time Bram Stoker Award-nominated author of 40+ books, including Blister, A Bad Day For Voodoo, and Wolf Hunt. Cemetery Dance magazine said “No author working today comes close to Jeff Strand’s perfect mixture of comedy and terror.” He lives in Atlanta... Read More →
avatar for Lisa Flanagan

Lisa Flanagan

Workshop 101 Faculty / Voice Actor
Workshop 101 Faculty, "Voice of God" Independent Audiobook Awards 6/7, AUDIO Tonight! 6/8Lisa, winner of the 2019 Audie for Fanstasy (Spinning Silver) is an award-winning narrator, voice actor, director, improviser, and classical soprano. Her voice-over work includes animation, video... Read More →



Friday June 7, 2019 8:15pm - 10:00pm CDT
Unitarian Universalist Church Bragg Auditorium
 
Saturday, June 8
 

7:15pm CDT

The Gatlingophone: An Audio Art Performance/Installation
The Gatlingophone art sculpture/performance is designed and built by Alex. It is a mechanical 'record player' that looks like a civil war era gatling gun. Alex creates his own, one of a kind records to play on the gatlingophone. To do this, he uses audio clips taken from major news networks, editing them into a rapid-fire audio piece. Then using a vintage recording lathe, cuts the audio piece onto a lacquer master disc that is then played on the gatlingphone. This performance is his artistic response to the way in which our society is inundated with media messages from an ever-increasing number of delivery methods that can often begin to feel as though there is no escape, leaving us feeling emotionally exhausted and filled with fear. To Alex, it feels as though we are being pinned-down by a machine gun fire of media messages.    

After you've experience The Gatlingophone be sure to stay for AUDIO Tonight! in Bragg Auditorium.


Saturday June 8, 2019 7:15pm - 8:00pm CDT
Unitarian Universalist Church Bragg Auditorium