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ArtSound FM is a volunteer–powered community radio station in Canberra, Australia. We promote and nurture the full spectrum of visual and performing artists, and broadcast a unique mix of arts, jazz, blues, folk, world and classical music.

Come and work for ArtSound!

ArtSound FM is growing and looking to hire an Administrative Assistant and a Broadcast Production Assistant. If you are keen to support development of the arts in the Canberra region and have the skills and attributes we are looking for, please consider applying for one of these positions.

If you have proven broadcast program and production skills, technical competence, excellent communication skills and are able to work effectively with our volunteers, stakeholders and members, we would encourage you to apply for the part-time Broadcast Production Assistant position. The Duty Statement and Selection Criteria are available on our website. Please apply by email to president@artsound.fm

ArtSound FM is also looking for a full-time Administrative Assistant with proven office and software skills, money receipting skills and the ability to work effectively with our volunteers, stakeholders and members. The Duty Statement and Selection Criteria are available on our website. Please apply by email to president@artsound.fm

Consider joining our team and help great arts radio happen!

Notices and upcoming events

 

The new ArtSound FM T-shirt is now available!model wearing t-shirt

Featuring a graphic celebration of Canberra’s iconic buildings by a celebrated local artist, only two thousand T-shirts will be available for purchase! You can order yours at the RedBubble ArtSound site

Local arts and concert recordings

or see our full program schedule

Feb
16
Sat
At the National
Feb 16 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm
At the National

Concerts recorded by ArtSoundFM at the National Folk Festival, held each Easter at Exhibition Park in Canberra.

Feb
17
Sun
Concert Hall
Feb 17 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Concert Hall

Four Seasons — Selby & Friends play works by de Falla, Debussy, Piazzolla and Mendelssohn at the National Gallery of Australia.

Selby & Friends            https://www.selbyandfriends.com.au/what-s-on/past-seasons/2018-season-overview/

Concert Hall is repeated on Wednesdays at 1.30pm

Feb
18
Mon
At The National (repeat)
Feb 18 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
At The National (repeat)

A repeat of Saturday night’s program featuring concerts recorded by ArtSoundFM at the National Folk Festival, held each Easter at Exhibition Park in Canberra.

Arts Cafe
Feb 18 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Arts Cafe

Every weekday at noon, straight after the news, the “Arts Café” opens its doors to bring you a delectable smorgasbord of bright music,interviews,arts stories from the region, Arts Diary plus The World, our summary of the day’s world events.

On Stage
Feb 18 @ 3:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Photo of Paris OperaLen Power presents an exciting performing arts program with  topical reviews, interviews, announcements and related music from the performing arts in and around Canberra. 

Long-time Artsound producer and presenter, Bill Stephens, provides insightful interviews with artists about their upcoming shows.

Len has been involved with Artsound since 2007.  He has produced The Gershwin Project and produced and presents The Broadway Musicals Yearbook, currently running on Artsound on Sundays at 5pm. 

Len has also been Artsound’s theatre reviewer since 2011.He has worked both as a theatre performer and director with his knowledge of theatre generally, we can expect a unique and informative program.

Feb
19
Tue
Arts Cafe
Feb 19 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Arts Cafe

Every weekday at noon, straight after the news, the “Arts Café” opens its doors to bring you a delectable smorgasbord of bright music,interviews,arts stories from the region, Arts Diary plus The World, our summary of the day’s world events.

Feb
20
Wed
Arts Cafe
Feb 20 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Arts Cafe

Every weekday at noon, straight after the news, the “Arts Café” opens its doors to bring you a delectable smorgasbord of bright music,interviews,arts stories from the region, Arts Diary plus The World, our summary of the day’s world events.