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DEEP WIRELESS FESTIVAL @ Barry Rueger

NEW ADVENTURES IN SOUND ART PRESENTS: DEEP WIRELESS FESTIVAL Where: The Drake Hotel (1150 Queen St W) Toronto, Canada When: May 1-30, 2005 Conference Pass before March 31st $130/110; after March 31st $150/130 (http://www.soundtravels.ca/
NEW ADVENTURES IN SOUND ART PRESENTS:
DEEP WIRELESS FESTIVALWhere: The Drake Hotel (1150 Queen St W) Toronto, Canada
When: May 1-30, 2005

Conference Pass before March 31st $130/110; after March 31st $150/130


(http://www.soundtravels.ca/deepwireless/)

TORONTO, ON – New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) is pleased to launch Deep Wireless 2005, May 1-30, 2005 at the Drake Hotel located at 1150 Queen St. West in Toronto. As part of a month-long celebration of radio art, radio artists, sound artists and enthusiasts can experience
performances, sound installations, new commissions, special radio broadcasts, a CD launch and conference.

The Deep Wireless “Radio Without Boundaries” conference will close the month-long celebrations May 27-29, 2005 as it explores the many
potentials, boundaries and artist perspectives of radio. Conference speakers include Elisabeth Zimmerman (KunstRadio, Austria), Lidia Camacho
(Radio Educacionale, Mexico), Gregory Whitehead (USA), Helen Thorington (New American Radio, USA), and Canadians Chris Brookes, Steve Wadhams,
Anna Friz, and James Roy. Workshops by Eric Leonardson and Chris Brookes will be offered on May 30th for conference attendees only.

PLEASE NOTE: your conference pass will get you into all performances except Negativland
for free.

The Deep Wireless performances feature matinee and evening shows including performances by Negativland (USA), Evalyn Parry, Sook-Yin Lee, Gregory Whitehead (USA), Chris Brookes, Anna Friz, Eric Leonardson (USA), and Emmanuel Madan; world premieres by Yves Daoust, Milena Droumeva, Geoff Siskind, Dragan Todovoric, Helen Thorington; and
works by Steven Wadhams.

Deep Wireless sound installations features Radio Art Installations throughout the Drake Hotel the entire month of May. Installations include “Four foxhole radios” and “the Lecture of Comarad Stalin…” by Paul DeMarinis, “Who are the people in the radio?” by Anna Friz, and “around radio roadmovies” by Chantal Dumas, Christian Calon and Don
Sinclair.

Now in its fourth year, New Adventures in Sound Art has once again produced the Deep Wireless commissioning/residency, co-produced with CBC
Radio’s “Outfront” and Charles Street Video. This year’s artists include Yves Daoust, Milena Droumeva, Geoff Siskind and Todorovic.

The 2005 commissions will be broadcast on CBC Radio’s “Outfront” (99.1-FM). To help celebrate radio art there will also be special Deep Wireless radio/net broadcasts on Resonance-FM, CKLN-FM,
Free103pointp and others.

NAISA will launch its 2-CD set Deep Wireless II Radio Art Compilation CD that includes radio art collected in response to the September 30, 2004
call for submissions on the theme “Belonging.” This radio art compilation was created out of a small portion of these submissions and represent the many talented radio and sound artists world-side.

New Adventures in Sound Art is a non-profit organization that produces performances and installations spanning the entire spectrum of
electroacoustic and experimental sound art. Included in its Toronto productions are: Deep Wireless, Sound Travels, Sign Waves and SOUNDplay.

Contact: Nadene Thériault-Copeland
401 Richmond Street West #358 Toronto, ON M5V 3A8
Tel: 416-910-7231

website
http://www.deepwireless.ca
email
nais@soundtravels.ca

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Everything is ok now @ IFC2005- Daniel Onea

Incorrect and correct information I have to let you know about an error that we unfortunately skipped. … … There is a misleading information on the registration form the participants at the conference can download to make their registra
Incorrect and correct information 

I have to let you know about an error that we unfortunately skipped. …

… There is a misleading information on the registration form the participants at the conference can download to make their registration (last two pages of the document). Â

‘Fax: 01 416 205 6025  Email: ifc@rornet.ro‘ – Incorrect information

‘Fax: 004021 312 1057 E-mail: ifc2005@rornet.ro‘ – Correct Information

Kindest regards,
Daniel Onea
Romanian Radio Broadcasting Corporation

registration form ok too now

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grt  Willem
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