Feb. 13, 2010: 7 p.m. – 11 p.m.
at Nicole Fiacco Gallery, 336 Warren St., Hudson, NY 12534
Curated/Organized by: Paul Smart & Max Goldfarb
This event benefits WGXC‘s fundraising efforts to launch its FM signal in 2010. The evening will include performances and readings (with MC Norman Douglas) by: Bunnybrains, Brian Dewan, Cornelius Eady, Maggie Estep, Peter Head, Lady Moon, Bernadette Mayer & Philip Good, Prana, George Quasha, Jody Rael, David Rothenberg & Matt Bua, Luc Sante, Sparrow, Studio Stu, Kimberly Truitt w/Peter Head, Sam Truitt, Peter Wetzler & Julie Hedrick, and Rebecca Wolff.
Artworks (see special preview hours) will be on view and available by Yura Adams, Nancy Azara, Doug Beube, Vincent Bilotta, Darla Bjork, Dawn Breeze, Marco Breuer, Victoria Brill, Carl Van Brunt, David Chambard, Sasha Chermayeff, Nicole Cherubini, Leona Christie, John Cleater, Steven Courbois, Peggy Cyphers, Sue Daley, Dan Devine, Jeanne Englert, Jacques Flechemuller, Clyde Forth, Alsion Fox, Mimi Graminski, Steve Gross, Jan Harrison, Peter Head, Christine Heller, Jeremy Hoffeld, James Holl, Philip Howie, Rainer Judd, James Krewson, Melora Kuhn, Lisa LaMonica, Ken Landauer, John Lees, Ruth Leonard, Gay Leonhardt, Justin Lieberman, Mimi Lipson, Amy Maddon, Paul Matthews, Ieva Mediodia, Wayne Montecalvo, T.P. Moynihan, Portia Munson, Annie Nocenti, Caitlin Parker, Margo Pelletier, Chris Piazza, Myron Polenburg, Fawn Potash, Lucio Pozzi, Christopher Quirk, R. Keith Rendall, Howard Saunders, Sam Sebren, Nancy Shaver, Slink Moss, Allyson Strafella, Kianja Strobert, Oscar Strodl, Deirdre Swords, Nitin Vadukul, Susan Wides, Jennifer Zackin, Jared Handelsman, Ryder Cooley, Kahn & Selesnick, Jason Middlebrook, Tim Clifford, Earl Swanigan, Jackson, Nitin Vadukul, and others.
Special thanks to Nicole Fiacco for generously hosting this event.
WGXC is a community-run media project, re-envisioning radio as an innovative platform for local participation. Our inclusive programming connects diverse voices, and distributes information across the public spectrum in New York’s Greene and Columbia counties. This multi-faceted project will be much more than just a radio station. With studios in Catskill, Cairo, and Hudson, WGXC activities will include special exhibitions and events, workshops and media training for youth and adults, a news blog with writing and photography, and a local calendar of events, meetings, and other resources.
WGXC volunteers are working hard to launch a 3,300-watt community radio station. More than 78,000 people throughout Greene and Columbia counties will be able to receive the signal on 90.7-FM. WGXC received its license from the FCC and a grant from the US Commerce Dept that will cover 50 percent of our equipment needs. We now need to raise matching funds in order to get on the air. Join us on February 13 and help launch WGXC-FM.
See WGXC.org for more info about WGXC.
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