The Garden Wins an Award
Tania Ketenjian, 16 May 2011

We’re very excited that a feature from this edition of The [Un]Observed, The Garden by Third Ear’s Tim Hinman, has won the prestigious Grand Prix Marulic International Radio Documentary Competition on Saturday in Croatia.

We knew when we met Tim Hinman at Third Coast this year that he had something very special to offer. Some very interesting facts: He’s originally from England but he moved to Denmark for love, learned the language and now creates award winning work in a complicated language that isn’t his own. His wife produces all the images and the films on the site so it is a completely collaborative project which is something that we here at the [Un]Observed love: great collaborations.

If you haven’t heard The Garden, please visit The [Un]Observed soon since we will be coming out with a new edition in the next couple of weeks and this will go into our archives. Better yet, if you would like to see The Garden since it is both an audio and a visual piece, please go to Third Ear. And if you would like to read The Garden, go here.

Congratulations Tim Hinman on your award! That makes it two awards for this edition since Francesca Panetta is up for an award as well for Night.

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