with Kia Miakka Natisse and Yowei Shaw, co-hosts of Invisibilia

A dedicated producer might work for days on an engaging four-minute story. What does it take to fill an entire hour? Come hear the duo behind NPR's Invisibilia deliver their treatise on making one powerful hour of radio.

Saturday, October 15

56:15 PM

ICA Auditorium | Open to anyone with a RESONATE badge


Photo of Yowei Shaw by Marcus Branch.

Yowei Shaw is the co-host and editorial lead of NPR's Invisibilia, where she reports, edits, and produces stories. Her work has been featured in places like This American Life, and Pop Up Magazine, and has been honored with several awards, including a Third Coast Documentary Award. She's also the daughter of Taiwanese-American immigrants and a member of multiple friend crews, and once upon a time, she made really good elevator music in Chinatown, Philadelphia.

Follow Yowei on Twitter at @yowei_shaw!


Photo of Kia Miakka Natisse by Brandon Watson.

Kia Miakka Natisse is an artist, journalist, and the co-host of NPR's Invisibilia podcast. Her love for storytelling is a driving creative force that's led her to many unexpected places, including reality TV, teaching, live events, and a bunch of artist residencies, including the Banff Centre and the Third Coast Radio Residency.

Follow Kia on Instagram at @miakka_natisse!