PODCAST | Chiara Nicoletti interviews Natalia Kiser, from the University of Warsaw about the Live audio description to the 2017 Samba Carnival Parade in Florianópolis, Brazil
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Natalia Kiser is a PhD student at the Faculty of Applied Linguistics at University of Warsaw. At ARSAD 2017 she presents her experience in audio describing the 2017 Samba Carnival Parade in Florianópolis, Brazil. On FRED she reveals how she ended up in Brazil after studying in Warsaw and how she approached this particular work at the Accessibility Centre at the Federal University of Santa Catarina.
Since its beginning in 2007, the international seminar on audio description ARSAD has been a meeting point for all key agents interested in both research and practice in audio description. Its sixth edition, to be held in Barcelona on March 16th (all day) and 17th (morning) 2017, aims to take stock of recent advances while looking at the future of the field. ARSAD 2017 would like to engage practitioners, researchers, trainers, trainees, regulators, broadcasters, users, social activists, cultural managers, and anyone interested in audio description in a fruitful discussion on the past, present and future of audio description.