Jenni Schine

About The Teacher

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.


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