Farah Joan

Farah Joan Fard is a writer, media manager/producer, and performer. She currently works in digital media and publishing. She is also a freelance writer. Her writing has been published in Marie Claire, Vanity Fair, Women’s Health, Performer Magazine, the Village Voice, Paste, and more. She has provided commentary for CityWide Blackout, Cincy Plugged In, the Movie Matters Podcast, and the Village Voice’s Pazz & Jop comments and poll.

 

Farah originally enrolled as a broadcast journalism student at Emerson College, eventually transferring to the school’s visual and media arts program. Still, she  continued to dive into music journalism through a program at Berklee College of Music, where she was also taking classes. She has interviewed artists such as Terri Lyne Carrington, Blues Traveler, Fiction Plane, Karmin, Clint Mansell, and Creed Bratton, while also covering stories for tours including Janelle Monae, The Police, She & Him, Muse, and Kimbra. You may find some of these pieces in her 2013 Musician Career Profiles Project here.

She currently focuses her writing on the arts, culture, and health.

 

When she is not working on digital content strategy or writing, she drums with the noir influenced band, Savoir Faire, and paints.

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2 thoughts on “Farah Joan

  1. Hi. I am a music teacher at the high school level. I am teaching a music industry class and would like any advice or links you could give me. I have no curriculum, books or anything like that. However, all students have laptops for internet access.

    1. Hi, Heather!
      Thank you so much for checking out the blog. My sister, Sarah, is also a music teacher!
      Feel free to check out the interviews I posted here for some ideas:
      http://laparadiddle.com/about-laparadiddle/

      I’ve found that first hand resources and primary sources to be the most telling, which is why I decided to start the blog. If you have more questions, feel free to email me through the contact page.

      Cheers,
      Farah

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