Eliza Gregory interviews us about how and why we make Ear Snacks, our radical podcast for kids. We discuss media from our childhood, how our parenting style plays a role in the design of the show and our plans for the second season of Ear Snacks.
Links to Stuff We Talked About:
- PODCASTS JUST FOR KIDS: If you're interested in finding new podcasts for your kids, check out the awesome new Kids Listen app that Andrew mentions in the interview.
- Little Thinker Tapes do still exist... as .mp3s. Just so you know what it sounds like inside Polly's brain.
- Dirt Made My Lunch by the Banana Slug String Band. Holds up.
ABOUT ELIZA GREGORY:
Eliza Gregory is an artist and educator. Her work illuminates diverse experiences in a given community using images, relationships, interactions, interviews, events and many other media.
Her work asks questions about how to build healthy communities; the role of cultural adaptation in contemporary society; and how family relationships shape our lives. Trained as a fine art photographer, a creative writer and a social practice artist, Eliza lives and works in northern California. Her solo exhibition Testimony opens at the Asian Art Museum on April 5, 2018.