Student podcasts and sound art from the Program in Film and Media Studies at Johns Hopkins University.
What the Sky Is Made Of: "Grey, Bright, and Wormy"
How the world leaves its imprint on us.
Tell a story that describes the experience of seeing _____ without describing its physical traits. Each episode of What the Sky Is Made Of consists of a collection of stories that creates an image of a specific element, such as the sky, the ocean, or rain, through the personal associations we make with them. The element at the center of each episode is revealed at the end.
Each episode has a corresponding playlist, created by those interviewed. Check it out on Spotify (@fizzyizzyy).
Opening song produced by Charlie Zacks.
Created by Izzy Sumardi.
4Hop: "How's Zoom Academy?"
4Hop is a weekly podcast where four Johns Hopkins students discuss the pressing and light-hearted topics of student life. Created by Ivia María Bou Delgado.
4Hop is a weekly podcast where four Johns Hopkins students discuss the pressing and light-hearted topics of student life.
Created by Ivia María Bou Delgado.
Muse with Me: "The Lens of Paul Henderson"
An exploration of a museum’s collections of stories.
Join me in considering the artistic and historical narratives of museum exhibits beyond the objects on display. Muse with Me is a modern take on the traditional museum audio guide, but more of a curation of details and interpretations than a recitation of facts.
Created by Camila Camacho.
6:00 to 10:00: "Rebecca Caravati, My Mom"
The real lives of working women.
6:00 to 10:00 gives voice to working women by asking, “What does it mean to you to be a woman in the workforce?”, and exploring stories of empowerment, inequity, and challenges beyond the 9:00 to 5:00 such as family-work-life balance.
Created by Lillie Caravati.
My Favorite Monsters: "Gelatinous Cube"
Exploring the 1st and 5th edition monster manuals from Ankheg to Xorn.
The first formal “Monster Manual” for Dungeons and Dragons was published in 1977, and the hobby has grown considerably from what it was forty years ago. This podcast traces the history of the monsters as they evolved between the two publications, noting what has changed and what has stayed constant.
This particular episode focuses on the Gelatinous Cube, that grotesque shambling blob of acid goop, and how it’s described in the 1st and 5th edition monster manuals, how you can use it in your games, and what interesting things new writers are doing with it.
Our logo was drawn by Evlyn Moreau and the intro and outro music is “Monsters” by Jason Ajemain and the The Highlife.