Radiophrenia - Open Call for Sound and Radio Works

Alex Noble

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Radiophrenia announce an open call for sound and transmission artworks for their upcoming broadcasts in February 2022. Radiophrenia is an artist run FM radio station broadcasting in Glasgow and online.

We are seeking soundscapes, spoken word pieces, radio experiments, found sound, innovative approaches to drama and documentary, and radical and challenging new programme ideas. The station will be housed in Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts with a broadcast schedule including live shows, pre-recorded features and a series of in-studio performances (Covid restrictions permitting).

Radiophrenia aims to promote the medium of radio as an art form and encourage experimental approaches to making radio that are not catered for by mainstream stations. We want to hear from radio makers who are seeking a platform for their work to reach new audiences. The call is open to artists, musicians and producers at any career stage. It is intended primarily for existing works. Local artists may also propose live shows or performances that will take place in the studio (Covid restrictions permitting). Please note that there are no fees available for selected works.

Examples of the range of work broadcast in previous years can be heard here:

We are able to programme works of any duration from shorts to full length features and longform works. However shorter works will be compiled into longer shows.

Please note that this project is intended to feature material and approaches that are not already catered for by mainstream programming. We are therefore unlikely to consider DJ mixes, music shows or other conventional genres unless there is a clear and distinctive conceptual basis that differentiates them from broadcasting available elsewhere.

For more information and details on how to submit please visit:

https://radiophrenia.scot

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