Welcome to Media on Voice, a hub where you can find all of our current multimedia projects. The team are constantly busy at work creating for you to enjoy in any situation. We have two podcast series that are released (nearly) every week, bringing you the latest from our Contributors and professional creatives.
We also run weekly Instaview interviews over on Instagram. Those of you who are looking to brush up on your creative practice, check out our Artist Workshops with Voice round-ups, developed with support from Arts Council England!
DIY Media on Voice
To help you kickstart your own multimedia project we've pulled resources from across Voice into one area, and will update it as new guides are created!
Join us over on Instagram (@voicemaguk) for an interview with a creative sector workers. Be sure to DM your questions in advance!
|What's up next||When||Where|
|Voice Magazine Podcast||Weekly||Listen to new episodes every Wednesday on the Voice Magazine Podcast feed |
|Voice Extra Podcast||Weekly||Listen to the latest episode every Saturday on the Voice Extra Podcast feed|
|Instaviews||TBC||Stay tuned, we are currently working to bring you more exciting interviews.|
A small explainer about what the two podcasts are, how they are released weekly, why they're great and worth subscribing to.
Released every Wednesday, The Voice Magazine Podcast delivers you fresh interviews with artists and creatives. Interviews include poet and psychologist Sanah Ahsan, novelist Serena Kaur and field recordist Benjamin Gale.
Every Saturday our Voice Contributors release a new episode of Voice Extra. The podcast looks at the work they've released, the culture they're consuming, and what they think are the big events taking place!
Get industry insights and helpful hints for turbocharging your own creative practice by reliving our Artist Workshops, supported by Arts Council England.
Voice is proud to be a platform that is showcasing New Creatives – a new talent programme by BBC Arts and Arts Council England. Every Tuesday we are releasing a review of work by the New Creatives, plus an interview with the artist.
Follow the link below to find out more about the scheme, and see all our work to date.
With support from Arts Council England, and in partnership with Space Face Films, we're showcasing artists who are using digital tools to create innovative art. From music creation, to bio-feedback and face-mapping, these three artists are presenting some of the incredible diversity of work coming out of the West Midlands.