Monday, 22 June 2009

[creative-radio] Noise! 2009; deadline for free103point9 AIRtime fellowships

free103point9: transmission arts

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Noise! 2009
Tue-Sat at Ontological Theater in Manhattan

Turn in:
free103point9 AIRtime fellowships due July 1

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((((( NOISE! 2009 )))))

June 23, 2009 – June 27, 2009
at Ontological Hysteric Theater
131 East 10th St. at 2nd Ave.
Manhattan, NY

Join us in celebrating the fifth annual Noise! festival. This four-night, multi-arts event is designed to promote interest in new forms of sound art and features short compositions and performances by established and emerging artists. This year, each evening opens with a remote performance from an artist transmitting their performance from another location.

Curated/Organized by: free103point9 (Maria Papadomanolaki and Tom Roe). Tune in for video web stream every night at

Thursday night show features all performers using radio in their work.

Carlos Giffoni
Oneohtrix Point Never
Gunung Sari
opening transmission: Robert Peterson (Athens, Georgia)

Radio Shock
Jeremy Slater and Tamara Yadao
Tom Roe
opening transmission: Radio Cegeste (Sally Ann McIntyre) (New Zealand)

FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 10 P.M.
George Steeltoe Ensemble
Reverse Mouth
Maria Papadomanolaki
opening transmission: Anika (Athens, Greece)

Giancarlo Bracchi
Ann Adachi/Richard Kammerman/Gregory Reynolds
opening transmission: Stephen Pellegrino (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)

Co-presented by free103point9 and Ontological Theater.

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((((( AIRtime FELLOWSHIPS )))))

The next AIRtime Fellowship program deadline will be July 1, 2009.
The AIRtime program provides artists with valuable assistance with which to concentrate on new transmission works and conduct research about the genre using free103point9's resource library and equipment holdings. AIRtime Fellowships are awarded to approximately three artists each year. Fellows present their work in conjunction with WGXC, in Greene and Columbia Counties, and our city-based programs at the Ontological Theater at St. Mark's Church in Manhattan. Fellows receive an honorarium, and technical and administrative support from free103point9 staff. Participating artists are encouraged to archive recordings and other digital media with the free103point9 Transmission Art Archive project.

free103point9 defines "Transmission Arts" as a conceptual umbrella that unites a community of artists and audiences interested in transmission ideas and tools. This genre encompasses a diversity of practices and media working with the idea of transmission or the physical properties of the electromagnetic spectrum. Transmission art is generally a participatory live-art or time-based art, and often manifests as radio art, video art, light sculpture, installation, and performance.

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