Do you love telling and hearing stories? Do you love podcasts? Do you secretly want to be the next big radio personality, or think “this story should be on the radio”? Come to Queer Radio Camp and learn to create a podcast with us!
Camp outLoud is a collaboration between outLoud Radio and Queer Camp in support of outLoud's LGBTQ youth programs. You will learn to interview, record, edit and produce a podcast to share with community at a listening party on the last day of camp. No previous experience necessary.
All proceeds from this event benefit outLoud Radio youth programs. We will help YOU raise $300-500! You and a dozen campers will enjoy a weekend of fun, community-building and storytelling.
April 11-13 (Friday evening 6-9:30pm, Saturday 9:30am-6pm, Sunday 10am-4pm)
The lovely campus of the University of California at Berkeley
outLoud Radio gives LGBTQ and ally youth the skills and confidence to represent themselves, and helps them change the world by amplifying their stories. outLoud’s internship programs give LGBTQ and ally youth the opportunity to create community, gain important skills for the workplace and for life, advocate for social justice and be paid for their work, all in a supportive and safe anti-oppressive environment. In our Podcast and Youth Stories programs, 14–21-year-olds create broadcasts around their own experiences and interests. In the Intergenerational Storytelling Project, a collaboration with Openhouse, youth join with elders to connect and share their stories with each other and the world.
Queer Camp is a weekend-long, summer-camp-style retreat for adults focused on wholesome fun, inclusivity, skill-sharing, and community-building. We also hope to host and organize larger events for the Bay Area Queer Community throughout the year!