The Audio Revolution! podcast is a production of Youth Media Project. Youth Media Project works with educators to create innovative curricula and produce Audio Revolution! radio and web broadcasts.
Body Modification21/04/2011 Duración: 01h02min
In this episode, youth in and around Santa Fe discuss the world of body modification. From tattoos having symbolic meaning to them being a part of a cultural identity, the show will give listeners a diverse range of perspectives on this important topic. Enjoy!
Materialism07/04/2011 Duración: 01h20min
With such a grand topic, hosts Adrian Andre of Santa Fe Community College and Conor Cole of the MASTERS program guide listeners into the multiplicity that is Materialism. From poems about the material world to an interview with a man who lost it all to a commentary about the emotional and social value of material goods, this show will go cover a diversity of topics, so prepare yourself for an aural ride through the world of materialism.
Sports and Competition03/03/2011 Duración: 55min
Hosts Adriana Torres of Monte Del Sol and Miles Tokunow guide listeners through a multi-cultural, multi-dimensional, multi-faceted, and multi-voiced show on sports that covers diverse topics as cultural belonging, capitalism, and the craze that is watching sports on TV.
SWAT Show on Suicide17/02/2011 Duración: 50min
Santa Fe High School’s Student Wellness Action Team (SWAT) joined us at YMP to share with their peers different perspectives on suicide and ways of prevention. SWAT decided to work with Youth Media Project to share this important information about suicide and how to get help with our community. Hosts Ariana Maestas and Nico Cruz guide you through a diversity of sounds and stories that include original poetry, interviews, sound collages, a panel discussion and an original hip hop song.
War and Conflict: The Gaza Strip03/02/2011 Duración: 58min
The Audio Revolution! production team and students at the United World College in Las Vegas, NM teamed up to create this comprehensive show about the conflict occurring right now in the Gaza strip. Hosts Gabriel Rima of Monte Del Sol Charter School and Savannah Chapman, a sophomore at Capital High School, guide listeners through personal narratives of Israelis and Palestinians, interviews and the main focus of the show; an in-depth look at a performance done by United World College and Highland University students called The Gaza Monologues. The Monologues were written by 13-16 year old Gazans whose daily lives are intertwined war and conflict. We hope this show will give you insight into the conflict in the Gaza strip and the power of performance and narrative to help us understand each other.
Humor Show19/01/2011 Duración: 55min
What better way to start off a new season of Audio Revolution! with a light-hearted show about humor! Hosts Adriana Torres of Monte Del Sol Charter School and Conor Cole of the Master\'s Program will make sure to guide you through a very fun and funny show. Comprised mostly of Radio Dramas created by Joey Chavez\'s Theater Class at New Mexico School For the Arts, this Audio Revolution! will present you with a diverse range of all-things-silly! From Spoofs to Slapstick humor to jokes about EXISTENTIALISM, the Humor show will leave you laughing and hopefully seeing the importance of humor in our everyday lives! Enjoy!
What Is American?15/12/2010 Duración: 55min
In this edition of Audio Revolution! hosts Gabriel Rima and Savannah Chapman-Martinez take you into the depths of identity: What does it mean to be American? Who gets to be American and who doesn\'t? What are the freedoms and privileges American\'s have? And, do all American\'s have those freedoms? And what does it mean to be both American and another ethnicity and/or culture? These are some of the questions that get explored in this intense and immense Audio Revolution! This show features Carmen Gallegos\' \"Quien Soy,\" and Audio Cascades answering the questions: what it means to be American and what does American sound like? from students at Monte Del Sol Charter School. As well, the show showcases two panel discussions, one with the Santa Fe Indian School Spoken Word Team and another with members of our Production Team about White privilege, Hip Hop and Music. Lastly, the three regular segments will make sure to get you thinking about American Politics and inspire you to use the our relative freedoms to m
Youth Stress Show17/11/2010 Duración: 55min
Join us while Audio Revolution! takes on this increasingly important issue. We’ll investigate the busy lives of teens and what they do to cope with the stress, anxiety and depression that is ever-present in high schools and colleges today. Featured in this intense show are pieces from Zoe Ballargin and Ethan Parrot of Monte Del Sol High School, Capital High School sophomore Savannah Chapman-Martinez, a panel discussion with student writers at GeNext (The New Mexican’s youth section), an interview with Karen Rencountre, New Mexico’s Gay Straight Alliance coordinator, as well as regular pieces by Gabriel Rima and Conor Cole of the Audio Revolution! Production Team. Hosts Carmen Gallegos and Adriana Torres facilitate this exploration of pressing issue of stress within youth communities. Listen to what’s too much youth today and find out how they are combating their stresses!
Unconventional Art03/11/2010 Duración: 55min
Explore the underground with Audio Revolution!. This show investigates the world of unconventional, underrepresented, and underground arts. From Hip Hop to art happenings and video games to spoken word poetry, this Audio Revolution! will get you reconsidering what is art and why it might or might not be important. Let hosts Adrian Andre of Santa Fe Community College and Conor Cole in the Master’s program guide you through the unseen and unappreciated. With interviews of Lisa Donahue of SFAI about Flash Flood and Vince Kadlubek, a founder of Meow Wolf, a spoken word Blessing poem by the Santa Fe Indian School spoken word team as well as pieces about the commericalization of Hip Hop, Video Games as an art form and a special Seeds of Sound rap by Audio Revolution! production team members, there’s no way you won’t be inspired to learn more about what’s just outside of the box… Enjoy!
Halloween Show20/10/2010 Duración: 55min
Halloween Hosts Arlyn Torres and Savannah Chapman-Martinez of Capital High School guide you through a scary, spooky and informative edition of Audio Revolution! This show features a history of Halloween, a special telling of the local legend, La Llorona by Savannah Chapman-Martinez, a Conortary by Conor Cole about the absolute best methods to trick or treat. As well, there are pieces on popular halloween costumes for this year, a panel discussion with students at Monte Del Sol on racism and sexism in contemporary Halloween, a personal ghost story by Brittania Rael of Capital High School and a Halloween special Seeds of Sound by Gabe Rima about celebrating holidays meaningfully and with intent. Enjoy and make sure your windows are closed because this show will keep you on your toes…
Youth Media Project Summer Intensive Showcase06/10/2010 Duración: 48min
Listen to the first show of Audio Revolution!’s fall 2010 season! This show highlights the work done by students during Youth Media Project’s Summer Intensive 2010. With the help of Carmen Gallegos and Eliot Fisher of Youth Media Project and Lisa Donahue and Perish of the Santa Fe Art Institute, the students created pieces that range from songs to fictional poems to family narratives to personal manifestos! This show includes all of their pieces as well as show regulars such as Conor Cole’s Conortary about Audio Revolution! and Gabriel Rima’s Seeds of Sound. Let your hosts Conor Cole and Adriana Torres guide you through these incredible and moving pieces.
Consumerism24/04/2010 Duración: 55min
Audio Revolution! tackles the touchy topic of Christmas and Consumerism with hosts Sienna Sanchez and Conor Cole. This segment include Earthcare International/Youth Allies participants' audio cascade about waste and recycling, a piece on Walmart's use of sweatshops and additional unsavory labor practices, and finally, YMP's Taylor Ramzel's Taoist approach to dealing with holiday stress.