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I collaborated with the Smithsonian Sidedoor Podcast to feature Frank Holliday and the Visual Arts And the AIDS Epidemic Oral History Project. Frank is an incredible storyteller, and his narrative about the 1980s in NYC (featuring Keith Haring, Warhol, Madonna, and others) and the...

Within Silence: HIV/AIDS and the Visual Arts at the Oral History Association in October 2018, led by Liza Zapol and Ted Kerr, about the Smithsonian Visual Art and AIDS Epidemic Oral History Project. Svetlana Kitto discusses the presentation (and others) at the link below. 2018 Oral...

Oral histories which I conducted with Bill King and David Driskell about their work and history with the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture are featured in this exciting film, The Pivot. The film was produced by Skowhegan for one of their recent galas. ...

Every 15 seconds, a child dies from malaria. I edited and produced this photofilm about the effects of cerebral malaria, and medical trials in Uganda to help prevent these deaths.   Selected Credits Produced by: Liza Zapol and Jon Lowenstein Photography: Jon Lowenstein/ NOOR Commissioned by: Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Critical...

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="191" caption="Cleveland!"][/caption] I presented at the OHA Conference on Creative Collaborations Between Oral Historians and Museums, focusing on my work with the Tenement Museum and the Whitney Museum. PANEL:  "Masters of Oral History: Columbia University OHMA Students Using Oral History." Cleveland Marriott at Key Center, Salon...

From top left, clockwise: Beverley Hagaman, William M. Corbett, Joseph Karp, Helen Klass, Joan Davis, Libby Lesher, Alan McElroy, Charles K. Emma. From Seniors Partnering With Artists Citywide project, sponsored by the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs. ...

At the Metropolitan Museum November 15, 2011 until January 22, 2012. Opposite the 9/11 Peace Story Quilts, in the Uris Education Center Memories of September 11, 2001, ten years later. Interviews with visitors, educators, artist Faith Ringgold, and young artists. Exploration of The 9/11 Peace Story Quilt (created by...

[portfolio_slideshow] [mejsaudio src="http://www.lizazapol.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/EPOHIsakSchachtertomatostory1.mp3"] As Epstein Oral History Fellow with the Lower East Side Tenement Museum, I interviewed several Holocaust survivors who lived, or still live in the Lower East Side after emigrating to the United States. These oral histories are full of rich stories of how the...

[portfolio_slideshow] One Minute Excerpt [mejsaudio src="http://www.lizazapol.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Zapol-Matzo-Cut.mp3"] The Streit’s Matzo Factory has been in the New York’s Lower East Side since 1925. The entire matzo process, from flour to boxed cracker, takes less than 18 minutes, and the mixing and baking covers five floors and four tenement buildings on...