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13 Sep 16 - Arts Radio News

150th Birthday Arts funding announced
Thousands of hand made ceramic roses, fleurs-de-lis and feathers will be planted on the ground of the Canadian Museum of Nature next year.

Radio Club of America Announces 2016 Award Recipients and Fellows
Armstrong Medal: Morgan E. O'Brien for outstanding achievement and lasting contributions to the radio arts and sciences and wireless communication.

Artist publishes illustrated book based on great-grandfather's diaries from WWI
In this week's Arts, our guest is up-and-coming Czech artist Jindrich Janícek, recent graduate of UPMRUM (Prague's Academy of Arts, Architecture & Design), co-founder of the small independent publishing house Take Take Take, and co-author of K veceru ...

The twisted joy of Roald Dahl's adult fiction
While Roald Dahl, who would have been 100 this month, is rightly famous for his outrageous and surreal children's fiction, author and critic David Ulin believes his twisted short stories for adults have been somewhat overlooked.

Symposium photography exhibit open, reception September 22
Artists Kelly Albin, Bruce Carr, Dennis Crider, and Patty Ingalls will be available to discuss their photos. The artists were invited to provide their own distinctive interpretation of the Symposium theme, to be represented through their photography ...

Syndicated radio host, author Dr. Joy Browne dead at 71
Dr. Joy Browne, the syndicated radio and television psychologist whose upbeat and approachable style made her a favourite for nearly four decades, has died.

Week in the Arts - Sept. 12
The ski film, Ruin and Rose is holding its world premiere at the Wheeler Opera House on Friday. The Mick Fleetwood Blues Band plays at the Belly Up on Friday.

The Archers welcomes new editor Kennair-Jones
Former New Tricks producer Huw Kennair-Jones has been named as the new editor of BBC Radio 4's The Archers. Kennair-Jones said: "I'm beyond thrilled to be joining the team in Birmingham at such an exciting time in the show's history.

CBC disappointed by CRTC decision to halt Radio 2 ads
In its decision Wednesday, the regulator advised that the CBC had satisfied three of the four requirements but that it had failed to maintain the investment in radio, citing a $22 million drop in operating expenses over a two-year period up to the end ...

The Archers: Court artist Julia Quenzler sketches Helen's trial
BBC Radio 4 has enlisted one of the UK's leading court artists to sketch the fictional trial in The Archers. Julia Quenzler has provided media outlets with drawings from cases involving Harold Shipman, General Pinochet and Rolf Harris.

Sir Terry Wogan: BBC Radio 2 to broadcast memorial service
A memorial service for Sir Terry Wogan at Westminster Abbey is to be broadcast live on BBC Radio 2. The service will be held on 27 September - the 50th anniversary of the presenter's first BBC radio broadcast. It will be accompanied by a series of ...

Oil City man builds 45-year radio career
If you know Sam Gordon, than you know he's a radio man first - and a rocket man second. Or maybe it's the other way around?

Madness pay tribute to ska legend Prince Buster at Radio 2 festival
Madness have paid tribute to ska legend Prince Buster as they played Radio 2's Festival in a Day at Hyde Park. Suggs dedicated The Prince, their first single, to the Jamaican musician, who died on Thursday.

Analog Knobs vs. Digital Buttons
Intermedia artist Peter Chamberlain's exhibition, “Aesthetic Surplus Kompany Presents:” at the UH Manoa Art Building is a live installation that uses natural processes to create audio and visual imagery.

Art Hounds: Puppets In The Garden And Quaker Furniture
Support for Art Hounds comes from the Vermont Arts Council, working to ensure that every Vermonter has access to the arts. Art Hounds on VPR is adapted from Minnesota Public Radio News and is powered by The Public Insight Network. Our theme music ...

Great Detectives radio drama hits the road
Great Detectives of Old Time Radio Live, produced by Preachrs Podcast OnLine and OnStage, was first presented at the 2015 Fringe.

He played a poet when he was 10
Actor Veeraraghavan had his first taste of the stage at age 10 and, since then, has taken on Tamil television and radio as well.

Rosemary Novellino-Mearns and Bill Mearns to Present SAVING RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL at Episcopal Actors Guild
In her book, Saving Radio City Music Hall: A Dancer's True Story, published by TurningPointPress, Rosemary Novellino-Mearns tells the true story of how Radio City Music Hall, Art Deco masterpiece and New York City's premiere tourist attraction for ...

2016 National Book Awards: Poetry
Rita Dove is as decorated a poet as you will find on any shelf. The former U.S. poet laureate has a Pulitzer and National Medal of Art to her name. This collection spans 30 years and seven books of poetry, and ranges from the pains of adolescence to ...

Board chair of Perpich Center unexpectedly resigns
The Perpich Center oversees its namesake residential arts high school in Golden Valley and provides professional development and arts outreach programs to schools around the state. It also took charge of Crosswinds, an arts and sciences middle school ...



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