WGXC-90.7 FM

Echolocation: Environmental art radio show.

Produced by Elizabeth LoGiudice.
5th Thursday of the month from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.; 5th Monday of the month from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Echolocation Show Image

Echolocation Show Image. Created by Elizabeth LoGiudice. (Mar 20, 2016)

Echolocation: Music of the Spheres Broadcast Image

Echolocation: Music of the Spheres Broadcast Image. Courtesy the artist. (Mar 31, 2022)

Echolocation: A Hoot & A Holler Broadcast Image

Echolocation: A Hoot & A Holler Broadcast Image. Courtesy the artist. (Dec 30, 2021)

Echolocation: Talking Trees Broadcast Image

Echolocation: Talking Trees Broadcast Image. Courtesy of Elizabeth LoGiudice. (Dec 30, 2020)

Echolocation: Deep Dark Silence Broadcast Image

Echolocation: Deep Dark Silence Broadcast Image. Courtesy Elizabeth LoGiudice. (Nov 30, 2019)

Echolocation: Music to Move You Image

Echolocation: Music to Move You Image. (Jun 26, 2019)

Echolocation Natural Radio Image

Echolocation Natural Radio Image. Courtesy Elizabeth LoGiudice. (Dec 18, 2018)

Think Spring? Image

Think Spring? Image. Courtesy Elizabeth LoGiudice. (Mar 31, 2018)

Echolocation: Earstone Epiphanies Image

Echolocation: Earstone Epiphanies Image. Created by Elizabeth LoGiudice. (Dec 30, 2017)

Echolocation: Soniferous Aquatic Cacophony

Echolocation: Soniferous Aquatic Cacophony. Courtesy Elizabeth LoGiudice. (Jul 29, 2017)

Echolocation: Animal Magnetism Image

Echolocation: Animal Magnetism Image. Courtesy Elizabeth LoGiudice. (Apr 20, 2017)

Echolocation: Long Night Image

Echolocation: Long Night Image. Image courtesy Elizabeth LoGiudice. (Feb 10, 2017)

Echolocation: Does Fall Make A Sound?

Echolocation: Does Fall Make A Sound?. Courtesy Elizabeth LoGiudice. (Dec 10, 2016)

Echolocation: Catch the Wave Image

Echolocation: Catch the Wave Image. Courtesy the artist. (Jul 24, 2016)

Echolocation: Broken Silence Broadcast Image

Echolocation: Broken Silence Broadcast Image. Courtesy Elizabeth LoGiudice.

Echolocation: Ringing Rocks Broadcast Image

Echolocation: Ringing Rocks Broadcast Image. Courtesy the artist.

Echolocation explores aspects of environmental art, especially the use of bioacoustics in sound art and musical composition. The show dwells at the junction between art, science and natural sound, and features works by artists working in the fields of soundscape studies, deep listening and acoustic ecology. Featured composers include R. Murray Schaffer, Doug Quin, Lisa Walker, Hildegard Westerkamp, Pauline Oliveros, and others. Each quarterly program includes news and updates from fields related to scientific and artistic studies of environmental sound. Submissions of locally recorded and produced pieces are encouraged. https://www.facebook.com/EcholocationWGXC