The past few weeks I worked on a pilot show for a radio program on KPBS (produced by Angela Carone, with film critics Beth Accomando and Scott Marks). It’s a special halloween edition of the KPBS Film Club of the Air. See what you think. We will be creating a few more pilots, so stay tuned.
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center announces the launch of WPS1, the world‚Äôs first internet art radio station. Sponsored by Bloomberg L.P., WPS1 provides an extraordinary lineup of music and talk shows broadcasting 24 hours a day.
The station’s programs combine talk and music shows hosted by contemporary writers, artists and musicians with rare historic material that includes the entire audio archive of the Museum of Modern Art. WPS1 will stream to listeners on the Internet only. Its presence on the Web will make the station’s unique digital library available to an international audience at any hour, seven days a week. As such, WPS1 will become a live audio museum in cyberspace, extending the visual art, book, music, film, video and performance programs that P.S.1 and MoMA are known for in ways previously unforeseen. www.wps1.org is the first all-art, all-the-time radio station, where expression of all kinds remains truly free.
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A recent commentary on Marketplace says the MFA could be the new MBA. Let’s hope so…