NAISA Radio broadcasts radio art 24/7 from the NAISA North Media Arts Centre in South River, Ontario, Canada.
All programs are subject to being pre-empted by NAISA’s live performances and artist talks. Explore NAISA’s website for information on these events or subscribe to the NAISA Sound Channel e-newsletter.
You can listen on this page or insert one of these links into your favourite player.
|Program||Start Time||End Time||Days||Description|
|Radio Art Live||00:00||02:00||daily||
NAISA digs into its performance archives going back to 2001 to share performances by Canadian and international artists that have performed at NAISA in Toronto and South River.
|Cross Waves||02:00||07:00||daily||Cross Waves is a Canadian Sound Art series of internet radio programs curated by eight media artists representing various regional and cultural perspectives in Canada. Editions are curated by Chantal Dumas, Steve Bates, Peter Courtemanche, Janna Graham, Christof Migone, and Anna Friz.|
|Off The Beaten Track||07:00||19:00||daily||A daily playlist of Canadian and International radio art curated by NAISA Artistic Director Darren Copeland on the theme Off the Beaten Track. Many of the works are featured on the Deep Wireless radio art compilation albums.|
Making Waves is a monthly radio show about sound art produced by New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) for WGXC Wave Farm. The show often features artist interviews and archival NAISA performances from South River, Ontario and Toronto. Visit the show web page for archives.
|Long Form||20:00||22:00||daily||A daily playlist of longer duration radio art works from around the world.|
|Nothing 2 See Here||22:00||23:00||
Mon, Tue, Thurs & Fri
|Nothing to See Here is an Experimental Radio Art Show produced by David Clark in collaboration with students at NSCAD University and special guests.|
|EBFN Radio||22:00||23:00||Wed, Sat & Sun||Erik Belgum’s EBFN Radio is a fiction variety show influenced by neurological and psychological research protocols, Robert Ashley, Ernie Kovacs, speech pathology, Second City Television, noise music, P.T. Barnum, test patterns, Vic and Sade, and William Burroughs. Writes Belgum, “If my timing feels way off, well, that’s on you. You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll feel like you’re going to throw up for hours and hours, but in a good way. In any case, it’s a win-win for me.”|