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NAISA Audio Streams

NAISA Webcast will broadcast radio art 24/7 for the month of May. The schedule is broken into 8 hour blocks that repeat three times of day in order for listeners located in any time zone the chance to hear their preferred programming at a convenient time. The hours listed are local time in Toronto, Canada (-5 GMT). All programs are subject to cancellation for live events at Deep Wireless. Explore www.naisa.ca/deepwireless for information on these events.

Monday to Friday

Program Time Time Time Description
Radio Art on Spin 00:00 08:00 16:00 Radio art from NAISA's Deep Wireless CD compilations as well as other works in NAISA's collection from artists around the world.
Sound as Art 01:00 09:00 17:00 Insight into sound art is made through interviews and profiles of sound artists. These programs were originally produced for a weekly program on CKLN 88.1 FM hosted by Darren Copeland, Katie Kotler, Aynsley Moorehouse & Andrew O'Connor.
Soundscapes 02:00 10:00 18:00 NAISA invited radio artist Victoria Fenner in 2012 to curate an hourly program of soundscape works by Canadian and international artists.
Words and Sounds 03:00 11:00 19:00 NAISA invited radio artist Victoria Fenner in 2012 to curate an hourly program of radio art works that merge together speech and sound in diversity ways.
Spotlight on Radio & Transmission Art 04:00 12:00 20:00 NAISA presents highlights from recent Radio Without Boundaries conference sessions, including Keynote lectures and Panel Discussions.
Frequent Mutilations 07:00 15:00 23:00 Andrew O'Connor curates and presents a selection of audio art programs produced for Frequent Mutilations, a weekly one hour program that ran for over 30 years on CKMS in Waterloo,Ontario.

Saturday

Program Time Time Time Description
Sonic Geography 00:00 08:00 16:00 NAISA's artistic director Darren Copeland presents a program of works submitted to NAISA in 2012 on the theme of “Sonic Geography”.
Sound as Art 01:00 09:00 17:00 Insight into sound art is made through interviews and profiles of sound artists. These programs were originally produced for a weekly program on CKLN 88.1 FM hosted by Darren Copeland, Katie Kotler, Aynsley Moorehouse & Andrew O'Connor.
Soundwalk Collective 02:00 10:00 18:00 A series of ten one-hour radio adventures produced by this nomadic international collective. Since 2000 the Soundwalk Collective have been embarking on never-ending journeys from the desolate land of Bessarabia to the desert of Rub al Khali.
Words and Sounds 03:00 11:00 19:00 NAISA invited radio artist Victoria Fenner in 2012 to curate an hourly program of radio art works that merge together speech and sound in diverse ways.
Radio Art Live 04:00 12:00 20:00 A selection of performances recorded live from past NAISA festivals — Deep Wireless, Sound Travels and SOUNDplay — as well as the NAISA Sound Bash series.
Freedom 06:00 14:00 22:00 NAISA's artistic director Darren Copeland presents a program of works submitted to NAISA in 2011 on the theme of “Freedom.”
Radiant Dissonance 06:30 14:30 22:30 A series of 30-minute programs about sound and radio art produced by Victoria Fenner for the Canadian Society for Independant Radio Production.
Becoming of an Audiophile 07:30 15:30 23:30 A series of programs by Canadian audio artist Ian Jarvis reflecting on the motivations and decision making behind making sound art.

Sunday

Program Time Time Time Description
Sonic Geography 00:00 08:00 16:00 NAISA's artistic director Darren Copeland presents a program of works submitted to NAISA in 2012 on the theme of “Sonic Geography”.
Sound as Art 01:00 09:00 17:00 Interviews and profiles of sound artists provide Insight into sound art in this show that was originally produced for a weekly program on CKLN 88.1 FM hosted by Darren Copeland, Katie Kotler, Aynsley Moorehouse and Andrew O'Connor.
Youth Radio 02:00 10:00 18:00 NAISA regularly holds workshops for youth that teach about recording and editing and sound art creation – Here is a chance to hear some of the fine work they have made.
Words and Sounds 03:00 11:00 19:00 NAISA invited radio artist Victoria Fenner in 2012 to curate an hourly program of radio art works that merge together speech and sound in diverse ways.
Radio Art Live 04:00 12:00 20:00 A selection of performances recorded live from past NAISA festivals — Deep Wireless, Sound Travels and SOUNDplay — as well as the NAISA Sound Bash series.
Freedom 06:00 14:00 22:00 NAISA's artistic director Darren Copeland presents a program of works submitted to NAISA in 2011 on the theme of “Freedom”.
Sound Immersion 06:30 14:30 22:30 Immerse yourself into the world of sound art in this show of extended-length works.

Sound as Art

Alternative content

Sound as Art is no longer broadcasting on CKLN radio. Sound as Art will return soon as part of a revamped NAISA webcast stream. For now, you can enjoy a program about Art's Birthday produced for Sound As Art. NAISA wishes to thank CKLN for supporting our program since 2002 - going back to the production of Art on Air. We wish CKLN well in its new collaboration with Regent Radio.

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