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February 20 - 26, 2017

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More great content to accompany the unseasonably pleasant weather.
Featuring: Blank Forms,Your Boy Black Helmet: Vol.54, The Henning Christiansen Trilogy: Part 3 , 2MF with Nate Heiges, Allen Ginsberg at The New School: Part 1, Four Generations: A Panel Discussion , and STANKLOVE: Ep.1.

February 13-19, 2017

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Here again this week with more excellent programming, focusing on the arts, activism, and technology both locally and globally; now and into the future.

We're also very excited about the opening of our latest exhibition, The Paper Jazz Poster Showcase. Please come by and check it out if you are ever in beautiful Red Hook, Brooklyn!

artistas que viven y trabajan en Puerto Rico y artistas puertorriqueños viviendo en el extranjero que se mantienen activos en la escena local de arte.

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In a post-apocalyptic land, the last few remaining inhabitants are the spirit animals of graffiti writers. This existential fantasy follows three solitary vandals (played by Wolftits,...

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February 6-12, 2017

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From tunes to protest the dystopia we're descending toward, to sound art to make you forget, Clocktower has your radio needs for the upcoming apocalypse--um, week covered!

Clocktower is launching a residency program for creative practitioners interested in making projects for the radio. Over the course of three (3) months, artists will work with Clocktower's radio producers to create...

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January 30-February 5, 2017

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This week, we have a brand new episode of Sonoridade highlighting Japanese Bossonova music, an interview with Pioneer Works residents Jaiko & Benoit, and Charles Ruas interviews avant garde playwright Richard Foreman

Enjoy!

P.S. Clocktower has a spring and summer residency for which we are now accepting applications. The deadline for proposals is February 15th, so don't be late!

Clocktower launches a residency program for creative practitioners interested in projects for the radio. Over the course of three (3) months (a Clocktower Radio season), artists will work with our radio producers to create original audio projects.

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January 16-23, 2017

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January 9-16, 2017

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This week at Clocktower there are several treats in store. We have Your Boy Black Helmet Vol. 51 presenting an episode dedicated to the sounds of Swamp Dogg (or Little Jerry, or Jerry Williams Jr. if you please) .

For Second Sundays we have three interviews with three brilliant Pioneer Works resident artists: Helene Nymann, Laura Morrison, and Daniel Temkin.

On Clocktower Radio Profiles, we have a discussion with Victoria Keddie, David Fierman, and Catherine Daphney, discussing their upcoming fundraiser for the wonderful organization No More Deaths and being an artist in New York vs. everywhere else.

On Sheananigans there is a performance and interview with the lovely and talented Becca Ryskalcyzk of Bethlehem Steel

and last but not least, onIdeasCity Radio we have a recording of our hang out with previous IdeasCity participants from Athens, Greece and Detroit, Michigan; discussing living in a Post-Trump world, returning to New York from abroad, and art, of course.

Enjoy these auditory offerings and we'll be back next week with more!

December 26, 2016 -January 2, 2017

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Playing Hooky Mixtape Cassette

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A live in-studio performance series, streamed on Clocktower Radio at clocktower.org. The programs are broadcast on afternoons as a distraction from the work-week blues, and recorded and posted online with insightful interviews with the performers.

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Radyo Shak Mixtape Cassette

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Radyo Shak was a pirate arts radio station in Port-Au-Prince for the 2015 Ghetto Biennale of Haiti broadcast in FM and streamed over the internet. This cassette mixtape includes a small selection of these recordings in both English and Kreyol.

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In '76 Janet Hobhouse, who read almost everything written about and by the iconic literary figure Gertrude Stein, sat down for a conversation with Ruas about her biography of Gertrude Stein–Everybody Who Was Anybody–which was published in '76

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December 19-26, 2016

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December 12 - 19, 2016

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2016 in Photos

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Clocktower has always been unconventional. From 1972 to 2016 our mission has not changed but our visions have grown even larger. With no space to call our own, we have created pop-up radio overseas, zines, cassettes, movie theater events, and more!

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The Managing Editor acts as the mouthpiece of the institution, producing critical written commentary for Clocktower’s wide-reaching audience. The position sits at the crux of all of the organization's wide-reaching programs.

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Clocktower seeks a part-time Editorial Assistant, responsible for all institutional copywriting including researching and writing sharp and concise radio show, event, and exhibition descriptions, and careful image selection for the website.

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December 5-12, 2016

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One-part social media, two parts reality television, and topped with ArtWorld gossip, they managed a tea sipping soiree that addressed everything from police brutality, gentrification, and yo' mama ---.

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November 21-28, 2016

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During the week of IdeasCity Radio in Athens, the Athens Conservatory became our home base. If we were not traveling around the streets of the city, we were discussing, writing, eating, or broadcasting, all from the stately building.

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In a departure from the IdeasCity scheduled tours, IdeasCity Radio's Athenian host Nikolas Ventourakis introduced us to two prestigious galleries within walking distance of the conference's home base at the Athens Conservatory.

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