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RIJKSAKADEMIE RADIO
(in collaboration with Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee)

Live daily, Rijksakademie Radio provides in-depth and background information about the work of artists, through interviews, sound art, readings and other contributions. Listen to the broadcasts in the radio studio or at jajajaneeneenee.com.
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PROGRAMME SUNDAY 25 NOVEMBER

10.00- 13.00

SOUND ART PROGRAMME
(in collaboration with Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee,
initiated by Ana María Gómez López)

A selection of sound art from the Rijksakademie’s permanent collection, together with contributions from current and previous resident artists, advisors, and staff. Pieces include sound art, found sound, mu­sical compositions, and spoken word,  and will be broadcast 24/7 so that listeners around the world can take part in the OPEN from afar.
 
13.00 - 14.00 

Conversation with Josse Pyl, Marina Xenofontos and Femke Herregraven. Presented by Femke Dekker & Arif Kornweitz

15.00 – 16.00

Conversation with Vincent van Velsen, Maan Jitski, Maurice van Es and Emily Pethick. Presented by Arif Kornweitz & Radna Rumping
 
17.00 – 19.00

SOUND ART PROGRAMME (online 24/7 available)
(in collaboration with Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee, initiated by Ana María Gómez López)
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SOUND ART PROGRAMME
(organized by Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee and Ana María Gómez López, with contributions from alumni and current residents)

A selection of sound art from the Rijksakademie's permanent collection, together with contributions from current and previous resident artists, advisors, and staff. Pieces include sound art, found sound, musical compositions, and spoken word, and will be broadcast 24/7 so that listeners around the world can take part in RijksakadmieOPEN from afar.

On Friday, November 23 between ca. 13:00-14:00 and 16:00-17:00, the sound art programme will start off broadcasting pieces from the Rijksakademie's collection. Sixty contributions from current and past residents, advisors, and staff will follow.

See pdf for programme:
Sound Art programme