A.A.R.T. - RADIO (1994) / LIVE DAY ARCHIVE
A.A.R.T. - Radio (AUDIO ARTISTS RADIO TRANSMISSIONS) was the first dedicated art radio station of its kind. It was originally created to intermittently facilitate the work of visual artists who used sound or were eager to use sound as a creative medium and also to explore the creative potential of radio broadcasting for artists. What exists in this archive are the surviving restored and digitised tapes from the live performance experiments of the project which were held in the Great Hall and Chapel of The Irish Museum of Modern Art, RHK, Dublin, Ireland in 1994.
A.A.R.T. - RADIO (1994) / LIVE DAY ARCHIVE is now available to listen to in the link below.
The ‘FREE THOUGHT FM – Archive’ is now available to listen to at www.freethoughtfm.com. We would like to thank everyone who joined us on our mission to better understand the class divide in Dublin City and unequal access to Third Level Education.
We would like to thank all our many contributors for highlighting this inequality, and our listeners and media whose support has been genuinely overwhelming.
The FREE THOUGHT FM – Archive, as a work of art, is a significant collection of conversations and a valuable resource; for students, academics, parents, teenagers, politicians, civil servants, social workers and educators, and many more.
You can also download our 'Different Routes to Education Handbook' on our website. Conversation matters. Change is afoot, but it can’t come quick enough, keep the conversation ablaze, listen online and spread the word.