On Air Fest brings together the creative vanguard of thinkers, performers, and storytellers to explore the creative possibilities of sound.
This podcast showcases a selection of our favorite live sessions from the festival, and a perspective on the new culture of audio.
The Paris Review: An Audio Odyssey
In this rare stage session recorded live at On Air Fest, new and archival stories, poems, and interviews from the pages of The Paris Review filled the air, accompanied by live scoring and performed by a cast of authors and actors.
Music Saved Me: Meshell Ndegeocello and Joan As Police Woman
Meshell Ndegeocello and Joan As Police Woman joined us at On Air Fest to play each other's songs and talk about each other's lyrics.
Artforum and the Story of Critique
Artforum Editor-In-Chief David Velasco and writer Tobi Haslett explore what role a magazine like Artforum can play in structuring our resistance to power.
ESPN 30 For 30: How Sports Stories Explain America
Ezra Edelman, Oscar-winning director of OJ: Made In America sits down with Jody Avirgan to discuss their approach to sports storytelling.
Design Matters Live with Roxane Gay and Debbie Millman
Hear author, scholar, and feminist at large Roxane Gay interviewed by Debbie Millman for Design Matters. The two discuss the difference between bravery and strength, and Gay's ambition to rule the world.
Jenna Wortham and Mona Chalabi in Conversation
Journalists, cultural critics and friends Jenna Wortham and Mona Chalabi share how they stay grounded with the demands of working in media.