Interviews Recorded & Broadcast by ArtSound FM
ArtSound broadcasts many interviews with Canberra arts practitioners and arts and culture organisers.
Below we have the best interviews ArtSound’s volunteers have recorded in our studios or in the field. The interviews are heard on such programs as Arts Café, heard Monday to Friday from noon to 1:30pm, and In the Foyer, heard Mondays and Wednesdays at 3:30pm.
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A longer version of an interview that ran on Arts Café on 20 July 2020 of Patrick Mullins, author of The Trials of Portnoy: how Penguin brought down Australia’s censorship system (Scribe). Interview conducted by ArtSound’s Peter Monaghan.
Aishah Kenton and Sean Davey
Aishah Kenton and Sean Davey talk about being accepted into Oculi, an Australian collective of award-winning storytellers offering a narrative of contemporary life. Sean also speaks about his recent 2nd place award in the World Press Photo contest. Interview conducted at ArtSound FM by Neil Doody.
Anne Masters & Kylie Fogarty
Anne Masters & Kylie Fogarty talk about their new gallery collaboration “Small and Humble” running at Humble House Gallery in Fyshwick. Interview conducted at ArtSound FM by Neil Doody.