Knockdown Center is a Clocktower program partner. Knockdown is a visual arts and music center housed in a 50,000 sq. ft restored factory, a labyrinthine arrangement of brick, steel and heavy timber with spaces ranging from intimate to epic scales.
Pioneer Works is a program partner, and home to Clocktower Radio's recording and broadcast studio. Pioneer Works is an institution dedicated to the synthesis, creation and discussion of art, science and education.
Jones Day is a program partner, and home to Clocktower Productions' administrative headquarters. Jones Day is a global law firm with locations in the most important centers of business and finance throughout the world.
Harvestworks' mission is to present experimental artworks created in collaboration with its Technology, Engineering, Art and Music (TEAM) Lab. The Harvestworks T.E.A.M. Lab supports the creation of art works achieved with new technologies.
LMCC brings art where it’s least expected and engages the ideas of the moment by exploring the links between culture and capital. LMCC curates and commissions, produces and presents, and champions the arts community in Manhattan.
Programs recorded at the legendary downtown New York venue, incubator, showcase, and community center for composers and experimenters in the arts, known for being first and best at presenting (and recording!) new music and new media since the 70s.
The New York Public Library public programs are recorded and shared with ARTonAIR.org as part of a partnership coordinated by artist, curator and senior librarian Arezoo Moseni. The Artist Dialog and Artist Book series' recordings are in our archive.
Couldn't make it down to Miami for the steaming hot art scene? This set of programming is your next-best ticket. Listen to exclusive radio coverage of events in and around Art Basel Miami Beach since 2004, including interviews, music and more.
A series of talk and musical programs assembled from our various trips to Venice for the Biennale dating back to 2005. The programs range from round table discussions to interviews to DJ sets to virtual pavilions rendered in music and sound.
This series is dedicated to the works created as part of the Residency Program of the Watermill Center, a laboratory for performance founded in 1992 by Robert Wilson as a unique environment for young and emerging artists.
The Island series is produced by curators Victoria Brooks and Andrew Bonacina, and shares on-site recordings of UK-based performance, music, panels and artist interviews plus organizes The Island Studio Sessions artist residencies at the Clocktower.
Creative Time is a New York-based non-profit organization dedicated to commissioning, presenting and preserving the most challenging art of the contemporary period. AIR and Creative Time bring you interviews, public programs and performances.
ICI produces exhibitions, events, publications, and training opportunities for diverse audiences around the world. A catalyst for independent thinking, ICI connects emerging and established curators, artists, and institutions.
Founded in 1981, BOMB Magazine is a not-for-profit quarterly featuring interviews between artists, writers, architects, directors and musicians. AIR and BOMB team up to give you discussions, readings, how-to's, and more.
School of Visual Arts (SVA) is one of the nation's leading colleges of art and design. Since its inception in 1947, the College has engaged a faculty of well-known artists, critics, designers, and writers who are active and respected in their fields.
This series is a collection of interviews, performances, and profiles of Pioneer Works programming in arts, music, education, and science. You will also find here programs co-produced with Clocktower Productions.
Programs produced at Neuehouse: From the modernist "machine for living" to the post-modernist "machine for creating" NeueHouse is a radically new kind of office: a series of spaces, experiences and amenities especially suited to ambitious innovators.
A series of programs recorded live in performance produced by Brooklyn's ISSUE Project Room, a center for innovation, discovery, development, and presentation of new music, sound, dance, performance, literature, video, and film.