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Erin Slomski-Pritz

Erin Slomski-Pritz is an audio artist, producer, and journalist based in Seattle. Her work blends journalism, sound design, and narrative. She draws inspiration from fiction that moves us towards complexity, poetry that ventures into the unsayable, and the bridge over Ravenna Park, which is a profound place of wonder.

Her work has appeared on numerous shows and outlets, including The Kitchen Sisters, The Distance, Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me. Her most recent projects include: 50 and Forward, a radio documentary about NPR’s history, growth, and future; The Freedom Takes, a literature podcast, whose primary audience is people serving time in prisons and juvenile detention facilities; and Seeing Things, a podcast that examines uncanny, everyday experiences through a spiritual lens. She studied English at Whitman College and audio storytelling at The Salt Institute of Documentary Studies.

2022-23 New Media Gallery (with Jenny Lesser): The Three Stages of Dreaming

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Announcing the 2022 ASP and Gallery Artists!

March 30, 2022

Jack Straw has awarded residencies in the 2022 Artist Support Program to 18 artists and artist teams spanning multiple disciplines and genres. Eight artists/teams were awarded 20 hours of recording and production time with an engineer in our studio. Ten additional artists/teams will receive matching awards. All artists are provided with training, events, and other […]

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