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February 11, 2011 – All Art Radio

“All Art Radio”

Feb. 11, 2011

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Ringo singing out of tune with Melanies “What have They Done To My Song” begins this edition, followed by artist interviews and art descriptions, some very early radio work by The Firesign Theatre, Enos visual work, and a womans music with her synthesizer in and out of commercials.

3 Hours.

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January 28, 2011 – All Art Radio

“All Art Radio”

Jan. 28, 2011

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With a recurring emphasis on Jackson Pollock (including a 50s interview with the man) and his wife, Lee Krasner, we also move through art museum architecture, designing products, other painter interviews, dueling painting descriptions, and a robot bassoonist.

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January 21, 2011 – All Art Radio

“All Art Radio”

Jan. 21, 2011

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With a nod to sex and Congressional censorship of art, we ramble through Bertrand Russell, art seen on the moon, an artists statement, Steve Martin on writing and creativity, artist interviews, and painting descriptions.

3 Hours.

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January 14, 2011 – All Art Radio

“All Art Radio”

Jan. 14, 2011

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Art on the radio continues with artist interviews and descriptions of work while the philosophy of Kant is disputed. Museum directors speak, Mr. Keene solves an old radio painting forgery, and a busy receptacle input throughout.

3 Hours.

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December 17, 2010 – All Art Radio – The Art Line

All Art Radio  –  “The Art Line”

Dec. 17, 2010

Tim Maloney, Don.

Naked Rabbit and Happy Hazard join intellects to host The Art Line, a call-in format dedicated exclusively to solving the working problems of artists. Art and procedures are discussed including digital tools and formats. Not as many problems as we thought, but a lively discussion show as the unhappy Hap and the knowledgeable Naked take on all callers.

3 Hours.

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December 12 2010 – All Art Radio

“All Art Radio”

Dec. 10, 2010

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In and out and back again. This continuously resewing patchwork of art audio includes a lengthy description of how to make your own microphones out of cheaply available common materials, Terry Riley and Michael McClure collaborate, various artists and their work are described, and a walk through paintings at the Museum of Modern Art.

3 Hours.

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November 26, 2010 – All Art Radio

“All Art Radio”

Nov. 26, 2010

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On this Thanksgiving night, The Credibility Gap reviews the Rose Bowl parade as it happens, artist manifestos are continued, paintings and painters are described, Crosley Bendix is back for a rare cultural review in which he does his best to confuse you, and lots of esoteric audio art and art music throughout.

3 Hours.

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November 19, 2010 – All Art Radio

“All Art Radio”

Nov. 19, 2010

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Laden with art manifestos, we lead off with the Futurist Manifesto and the writings of Marinetti, the Futurist esthetic of speed and denial, Moma paintings described for the blind, artists describe their work and process, and Gregory Whitehead analyzes the scream at length and in depth on the radio with callers screaming.

3 Hours.

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November 12, 2010 – All Art Radio

“All Art Radio”

Nov. 12, 2010

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The art continues with death art, a suicidal personal creativity rant by Phineas Narco, Smelly Water, a museum tour of paintings and sculpture, What Is The Matter With Amy Glennon by Sheila Davies, David Byrne on venues and room context, Adolph Hitler, Jackie Apple on time, artists describe their working process, falling to pieces, and Everything Must Change.

3 Hours.

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October 28, 2010 – All Art Radio

“All Art Radio”

Oct. 28, 2010

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Music falls off the front of our All Art stage as we intermix musical jabs and jibes, tributes to the form, techniques and guides to making better music, mixing a radio edit of dance music, Walt Disneys introduction to music and the individual–instruments making it, and Receptacle music.

3 Hours.

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