The Albany Made Podcast
The Albany Made Podcast
Or search for Albany Made Podcast on Pocket Casts
Welcome to the Albany Made Podcast, the new podcast from the Albany Public Library!
Welcome to the Albany Made Podcast – a podcast about the city of Albany and the library’s place in it. With the help of our staff and the local community, we will explore everything from local history, to arts and culture, to the function of the library in the community. Thank you for tuning in! We hope you enjoy it.
We also want to hear from you, our patrons. Maybe you’re curious about the programs & services we offer, or you’re wondering what goes on in the Albany Made Creative Lab? Send us those questions, along with your comments and show ideas, and we’ll answer them as thoroughly as only librarians can.
Email us – firstname.lastname@example.org
Episode 1: The Music Episode, Part 1
Sarah Clark, head of Adult Services, interviews local musicians who have created & performed in APL programs like Garage Bands, Silent Film Spectacular, & the Murder Ballad series.
APL Services & Programs
|Albany Made Creative Lab||Reading Music|
|The Local History Room||Garage Bands|
|APL Mobile App||Murder Ballads|
From the APL Catalog – works by William Kennedy
From the APL Catalog – East of Eden
From the APL Catalog – Infinite Jest
From the APL Catalog – Screwtape Letters
|Matt Durfee||MR Poulopoulos||Michael Eck|
|Delaware Ave Farmers Market||Kimono Dragons|
|Listen with the Lights On||Victory Soul Orchestra|
Episode 2, the Mini-sode: A Tribute to Pauline Oliveros
Sarah Clark interviews Andrea Williams of RPI about her experiences working & performing with Pauline Oliveros. Andrea Williams, along with other musicians from the Albany Sonic Arts Collective, will be performing at the Pauline Oliveros Tribute at the Washington Avenue Branch on Wednesday, January 11th, at 7 pm.
Pauline Oliveros Links:
Episode 3: Libraries Are Education
This episode of the Albany Made Podcast is devoted to New York State Library Advocacy Day, which took place on Wednesday, March 1st. This podcast features interviews from two of New York’s library champions.
First we’ll hear Rebekkah Smith-Aldrich, Coordinator for Library Sustainability in for the Mid-Hudson Library System. Rebekkah is a library consultant on sustainability, and has developed library sustainability initiatives on the state and national level.
Our second interview features our Head of East Branches, Rebecca Lubin, talking with Mike Neppl, the Director of Government Relations and Advocacy for the New York State Library Association. Mike is also a member of the AlbanyPublic Library Board of Trustees.