<a href="/show/king-britt-afrofuturism"><div class="series">RADIO // DJ Culture</div><div class="title">King Britt, Afrofuturism</div></a> <a href="/show/anais-nin-with-judy-chicago-vulnerabilities"><div class="series">RADIO // Historic Audio from the Archives of Charles Ruas</div><div class="title">Anaïs Nin with Judy Chicago: Vulnerabilities </div></a> <a href="/show/hard-vs-soft-beauties-vs-beasts"><div class="series">RADIO // Teenage Kicks</div><div class="title">Hard vs Soft, Beauties vs Beasts</div></a> <a href="/show/second-sundays-james-mercer-bradley-pitts-lulu-miller-redu-nyc"><div class="series">RADIO // Pioneer Works Radio</div><div class="title">Second Sundays: James Mercer, Bradley Pitts, Lulu Miller, Redu NYC</div></a> <a href="/show/colin-firth-the-railway-man"><div class="series">RADIO // Beyond the Subtitles</div><div class="title">Colin Firth, The Railway Man</div></a> <a href="/show/emmy-parker-moogfest"><div class="series">RADIO // Emerging Underground</div><div class="title">Emmy Parker, Moogfest</div></a> <a href="/show/christian-kobi"><div class="series">RADIO // Experimental Intermedia Concerts</div><div class="title">Christian Kobi</div></a> <a href="/show/dj-thomas-of-rub-n-tug"><div class="series">RADIO // DJ Culture</div><div class="title">DJ Thomas of Rub-n-Tug</div></a> <a href="/show/music-as-sensual-tie-pt-1-violeta-parra"><div class="series">RADIO // Our Correspondents: Tokyo</div><div class="title">Music as Sensual Tie, Pt. 1 (Violeta Parra)</div></a> <a href="/show/rachel-mason-little-band-of-sailors-live"><div class="series">RADIO // Clocktower Exhibits &amp; Events</div><div class="title">Rachel Mason &amp; Little Band of Sailors Live </div></a> <a href="/show/peter-coffin-music-for-plants"><div class="series">RADIO // Experimental Composers</div><div class="title">Peter Coffin: Music for Plants</div></a>
NEWS // RADIO, EXHIBITS & EVENTS
Radio, Exhibits & Events 21-28 April 2014

ARTonAIR.org and clocktower.org: These are one and the same as Clocktower Gallery transitions into Clocktower Productions with Alanna Heiss and staff continuing to make exhibits, concerts, and radio. Stay tuned for updates.

Coming Soon: Cross-Cuts: An exhibition of 70s conceptual work by Joel Shapiro and Richard Nonas co-presented with Knockdown Center in Maspeth, Queens on view starting May 11.

Radio Highlights This Week: King Britt's celebration of Afrofuturist music and art, Anaïs Nin and Judy Chicago meet in an extraordinary restored 1975 radio session, a dark and sweet Teenage Kicks music show, the charming and candid actor Colin Firth, a Swiss experimental musician, and the story of Moogfest.

Programs For The Week
Radio Show
Radio Show
Hosted by Jeannie Hopper
Originally aired 4/21/14
Hosted by Jeannie Hopper
Originally aired 4/21/14

The brilliant and infectiously positive mixmaster tells the story of a lifelong fascination with sci-fi, the graphic art of Omni Magazine, and music that led to an exhibition, a new band Fhloston Paradigm, and dreams fulfilled. Cool tracks included.


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Radio Show
Hosted by Charles Ruas
Originally aired 4/21/14

A 1975 evening with Anais Nin, as she reads from her fourth diary. Following the reading, she is joined by feminist icon, Judy Chicago. The two of them discuss women in western society and how a woman might embrace her self imposed vulnerabilities.


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Radio Show
Radio Show
Hosted by Alec Hanley Bemis
Originally aired 4/21/14
Hosted by Alec Hanley Bemis
Originally aired 4/21/14

Both blunt and nurturing, this playlist by Alec Bemis focuses on musicians searching the lost and found themes of urban culture. Deeply beautiful tracks and heartfelt performances carrying challenging messages. Zebra Katz, Phox, Tei Shi, CocoRosie...


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Radio Show
Originally aired 4/21/14

Aeronautics, recycling, garbage, and fiction are the subjects discussed by artists and activists during this radio session hosted by Clocktower Radio during the Pioneer Works monthly open house.


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Radio Show
Radio Show
Hosted by Stephen Schaefer
Originally aired 4/21/14
Hosted by Stephen Schaefer
Originally aired 4/21/14

Following his triumph in The King's Speech the Oscar-winning actor tackles another real life character, that of traumatized WWII Japanese POW Eric Lomax. Firth shares his insight on the historical and emotional aspects of the man and his time.


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Radio Show
Radio Show
Hosted by Jeannie Hopper
Originally aired 4/21/14
Hosted by Jeannie Hopper
Originally aired 4/21/14

The story of how, after 10 years, this magical electronic music affair has grown beyond a synthesizer geek cult. The workshops and concerts, some streamed live, take place April 23-27, 2014 with Kraftwerk, M.I.A., Giorgio Moroder, Dorit Chrysler...


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Radio Show
Radio Show
Originally aired 4/21/14
Originally aired 4/21/14

The Swiss composer and improv artist in an exploratory piece that tests articulation and the hyperfocus examination of voice, air, and instrument. This is the second part of a solo saxophone trilogy.


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Radio Show
Hosted by Kazue Kobata
Originally aired 2/21/05

Ryuichi Daijo gives insight into the life and music of Chilean folklore guitarist/composer Violeta Parra (1917-1967). Parra also drew inspiration from her love of folklore for her fantastical, surrealist woven artworks and paintings.


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Radio Show
Hosted by Tim Goossens
Originally aired 11/4/13

Listen to Rachel Mason's interview with Clocktower curator Tim Goossens. Then, check out a live recording of her playing with Little Band of Sailors and performing a song from her rock opera The Lives of Hamilton Fish.


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Radio Show
Radio Show
Originally aired 3/21/05
Originally aired 3/21/05

Thomas's style is eclectic to say the least. He started his career as a DJ and producer in Cambridge, England with his pals the Tonka Sound System then moved to San Francisco as part of the legendary Wicked Crew.


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Radio Show

A collection of tracks recorded for the pleasure and benefit of plants. Artist Peter Coffin inspired a stellar collection of New York artists and musicians to make music to grow by. Recorded in 2007.


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