Room to Breathe, Time to Speak: Councilwoman Deb Gross talks about the issues of District 7, as well as Pittsburgh, in general, and how she aims to tackle and solve them.Read More
Room to Breathe, Time to Speak: Val Head and G. Jason Head chat about Web Design Day, Refresh Pittsburgh, and Jason's latest venture: Ancient Future.
Room to Breathe, Time to Speak: Sarah Ellis shares the story of her brother-in-law Aaron Corbin, a veteran battling brain cancer. She is organizing a fundraiser to assist with cost of his treatment which takes place on 2/26/15 at the Thunderbird Cafe in Lawrenceville.Read More
Room to Breathe, Time to Speak: Looking back at 2014 but also looking forward to 2015!Read More
Room to Breathe, Time to Speak: The Particle Falls lecture and panel discussion at the Trust Arts brings on an informative discussion about the clean air––or lack thereof––in Pittsburgh.Read More
Room to Breathe, Time to Speak: Catch up on September at the AP Collection!Read More
Room to Breathe, Time to Speak: Liana Manesse talks about social justice and what's going on here in Pittsburgh.Read More
Room to Breathe, Time to Speak: Kim Lyons talks about her work as a journalist for the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, ride sharing in Pittsburgh, and her Boston roots.Read More
Room to Breathe, Time to Speak: Toby Greenwalt talks about his journey to Pittsburgh and his position at the Carnegie Library, which aims to strengthen the community through the digital environment.Read More
Room to Breathe, Time to Speak: Gio Attisanto chats about comedy, his time in the military, and his checkered past.Read More
The AP Collection is a place for stories that are told by the creative people living them in and around Pittsburgh. Recordings are posted twice a week and are available on the website (apcollector.net), through the RSS Feed http://theapcollection.libsyn.com/rss, and via subscription on iTunes.
Since 2012, the website and the stories on them have been maintained solely by me. My name is Genevieve Barbee and I’m a 2D artist, living and working in Pittsburgh for the past seven-ish years, (ten if you include my time here in school). My work focuses on defining and revealing process, exposing the many layers of personal perspective, and empathy.
The AP Collection is growing and with it there is more work to be done and not enough man power to manage it all. That is why I am considering bringing on an intern! At the moment, this is not a paid position, but if growth continues it’ll become one.
Essential experience / position requirements:
Basic Mac use, a bit of web design, confidence in problem solving, independent time management, ability to accept new challenges without hesitation, comfortable asking questions, willingness to be time flexible on Fridays, Saturday, and Sundays and possibly weekday evenings if interested. No more than ten hours a week will be required with the ability to negotiate addition or reduction of time after one month.
Must be interested in:
Learning about podcasting including all aspects of recording, editing of audio files, notation, blogging, and some very light administrative duties, (including occasional scheduling, emailing, and social media), working along side me with creating things for the site—I’m open to collaborating on new ideas!
This position has no educational requirements.
Candidates of all ages above 18 years encouraged to apply.
I’m looking for a curious and creative person who is eager to learn new skills or expand upon their current knowledge base and who is eager to network with other creatives from a variety of disciplines in the Pittsburgh area.
Interested parties can send their information, (email, other contact information, and website if applicable) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a paragraph introducing yourself and an outline of your past experience, if any, with web design, podcasting, blogging, and any other creative endeavor worth mentioning.
Room to Breathe, Time to Speak: TJ Harris and I talk Pittsburgh night life and the million and a half different projects he balances all at once.Read More
Room to Breathe, Time to Speak: Dora and Deirdre, the force behind the 52nd Street Market, stop by to share their personal Lawrenceville stories and how they are investing in a neighborhood they love.Read More
Room to Breathe, Time to Speak: Sean Rosenkranz talks booze, books, and how what we are what we drink.Read More