Chicago Podcast Festival presents Roboisim, The Book of Ye and Black Girl In OM
Thursday, Nov 17, 2016 9:00 PM CST
(9:00 PM Doors)
The Promontory, Chicago, IL
21 years and over
21 AND OLDER - $10 General Admission
Black Girl In Om: A conversation on all things wellness, self-care and self-love, hosted by Black Girl in Om founder and creative director Lauren Ash and art director Zakkiyyah Najeebah.
The Book of Ye: Comedians Rob Haze and Chris Daniels enter the Kanye-verse to explore the cultural significance and artistic legacy of Mr. Kanye West. Every episode, joined by a special guest, the duo dives into a different chapter of the ever-expanding legend of the mad genius Yeezy. Special giest: GOOD recording artists and former Kanye bandmate REALLY DOE.
Roboism is a podcast about robots, technology, and feminism, but mostly robots. Alex and Savannah work out of the same co-working space. In the summer of 2015, they discovered a mutual love of robots, and figured the world ought to know. Thus, we have Roboism.
We’re a celebration of podcasting in Chicago! Attendees get to be a fly on the wall and watch podcasts come to life in front of an audience.
This is your opportunity to take your favorite podcasts out of your ears and put them IRL, all while exploring new ones. The artists featured will be podcasters from the arts and entertainment world, recorded live on stage at unique venues in downtown Chicago.
This is a place where you can not only see your favorite shows, but be with your people.