FMS Audio Workshop with Piper Curtis

March 31, 2023 at 1:00–3:00pm
Hybrid: Online and In-Person

Feminist Media Studio, CJ Building, Room 2.130
Concordia University 7141 Sherbrooke W Montreal (Qc)


Join us for a workshop on the ins and outs of basic audio post production on March 31st from 1-3PM at the FMS and on Zoom! Please register: here.

This workshop will be led by our tech, Piper Curtis. They are excited to share their skills with you, drawing from a background in live sound, radio, podcasting, and post-production. This workshop will cover techniques in audio post-production, from recording basics to creating professional audio work. Tell us what you want to learn: here.

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Piper Curtis
is an intermedial artist, musician, and master’s student in Media Studies at Concordia University in Tiohtia:ke/Montreal. Their research centres alternative, Marxist-feminist Instagram memes, considering their potential as collaborative digital storytelling tools; the subversive power of online confessions; and the role of comedy in surviving this life. They produce music as Piper Curtis, play in the bands Sunforger and Dykea, and have performed at the international music and arts festivals the OBEY Convention (now EVERYSEEKER) and Suoni Per Il Popolo. They have a background in campus-community radio, live music production, and podcasting. They are the Communications Coordinator for the Digital (Im)materialities May 2021 virtual conference and currently work as a research assistant on the Landscape of Hope project. 

This event is open to everyone!

Accessibility Information:
This hybrid event will be held in person and via Zoom. RSVP above to receive link.

The Feminist Media Studio is located on the second floor of the Communications and Journalism (CJ) building on the Loyola Campus which can be accessed via an outdoor staircase or ramped entrance. The second floor can then be reached by indoor stairs or elevator. The lab door opens outward into a hallway with a key card entry (restricted to active FMS members).

Inside the lab there is a lounge area with low seating, a narrow kitchenette that may be difficult to navigate with a wheelchair or walker, a large conference room with sliding barn doors, moveable tables and chair seating, the technician’s office which requires key-access, and a production studio which requires key access and features a small sound booth, with a raised floor.