Jennifer Schine is a sound artist, broadcaster, and community-engaged researcher whose work explores the oral histories and soundscapes of coastal British Columbia. She is a member of The Kingcome Collective, a place-based arts initiative that creates and promotes reconciliation projects between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities.
Jenni was selected to attend the 2016 WNYC Women’s Podcast Festival in New York City, and recently produced Ecology of Sound: Hildegard Westerkamp (2017) for CBC’s Ideas series and End of the Line (2014) for CBC’s Living Out Loud series.
Jenni created and co-instructs Acoustic Ethnography at the Bamfield Marine Science Centre. In 2012, she facilitated a 5-day Sound and Listening Workshop with Hildegard Westerkamp at Salmon Coast Field Station, a remote research station on the coast of BC.
Events with Jenni Schine
August 28, 2019
The Story from Hear is a 5-day creative retreat on the power of sound, listening, and place-based podcasts. Deepen your listening and audio storytelling skills in a supportive and multi-faceted group environment. Sonically explore and document the unique coastal rainforest environments that surround Hollyhock through attentive sound walks guided by acoustic ethnographer Jenni Schine. Enjoy the relaxing natural environment and opportunities for research and productive time to advance personal acoustic projects. With experienced radio producer and creative writing professor Jen Moss, you’ll receive professional feedback on your ongoing projects. After listening to inspiring case studies and collecting audio field recordings, you’ll…