May 10, 2008

Stuart Cudlitz on Air this Sunday

Forwarded from my Major Studio Teacher, Stuart CudlitzDear friends and general fans of random acts of art making,

I am going to be On-Air for one hour this Sunday May 11th, 2008 between 4 and 5 PM Eastern Standard Time.
Here is the deal:

As a part of the 2008 Whitney Biennial of American Art!, Neighborhood Public Radio has been broadcasting from an adjacent storefront on local NYC public radio 91.9 FM.

The NPR broadcasts keep Museum hours throughout the duration of the exhibition and close at its conclusion running from March 4 thru May 31.

If you are in NYC tune in the radio or/and everywhere else go to the home page. At the top of the page click on the red text:
Tune In!!!! -this is the link to our stream
Whatever is your onboard audio player will then open the stream from there.

And exactly what do you think I am doing here?

My piece is a one--hour segment of random samples and re-mix of 25 years of answering machine tapes over which I will be riffing in real-time. Call it Concrete Radio and do not be surprised if you hear your voice in the mix because you are all in there somewhere.

Best to you, yours and ours.
Stuart Cudlitz

Neighborhood Public Radio is an independent, artist-run radio project committed to providing an alternative media platform for artists, activists, musicians, and community members.

NPR has been named "Best Super Local Radio Station" by San Francisco magazine and we have been featured in Punk Planet magazine, Artforum, and the Chicago Reader. As a traveling band of guerilla broadcasters, folks from NPR have hosted thematic broadcasts far and wide, including both Artist's Television Access and Southern Exposure Gallery in San Francisco's Mission District, Chicago's Version 5 Festival, and a recent trip to collaborate with the neighborly media folks of in Novi Sad, Serbia (a trip made possible by a grant from CEC Artslink) and now the 2008 Whitney Biennial of American Art!

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