Wave Farm Archive : Site-wide Organizational Archive Search
Use the form below to search the entire wavefarm.org site and archive. See also: Wave Farm's Transmission Art Archive, a specialized online resource of artists' experiments with the electromagnetic spectrum in form or concept. The Wave Farm Broadcast Radio Art Archive, an online resource and broadcast series that aims to identify, coalesce, and celebrate historical and contemporary international radio artworks created specifically for terrestrial AM/FM broadcast.
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Upstate Films to debut Hudson Valley Picture Show news
Apr 30, 2021
Cloey Callahan is reporting for the Times Union independent movie theater Upstate Films will debut the Hudson Valley Picture Show, a combination of live entertainment and film screenings, region-wide...
Five candidates looking to fill three seats on ICC board news
May 13, 2021
Raymond Pignone is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media voters in the Ichabod Crane School District will vote Tue., May 18, on a proposed $43.8 million spending plan for the 2021-22 school year, reflec...
East Durham dance school vandalized news
May 13, 2021
Andrea Macko is reporting for Porcupine Soup the Farrell School of Irish Dance in East Durham was vandalized sometime this week. Teacher-owner Michael Farrell arrived at the studio to find significant...
Olana, Columbia-Greene announce collaboration news
May 26, 2021
Andrea Macko is reporting for Porcupine Soup officials at the Olana State Historic Site and Columbia-Greene Community College announced this week they would collaborate to provide workforce developmen...
Sign between Ancram and Copake defaced news
Jun 05, 2021
Natasha Vaughn reports for Columbia-Greene Media that a Black Lives Matter sign on the side of Route 7A between Copake and Ancram was changed to say "White Lives Matter." “I think it’s unfortunate,” A...
Bear brouhaha dominates Cairo Town Board meeting news
Jun 10, 2021
Andrea Macko is reporting for Porcupine Soup the June 7, meeting of the Cairo Town Board was standing room only and the conversation got a bit heated when the subject turned to the annual Cairo Bears...
Ancram Town Board agrees to support local food program news
Jun 28, 2021
Diane Valden is reporting for The Columbia Paper the Ancram Town Board has agreed to provide annual financial assistance to a local not-for-profit group of volunteers who help feed hungry people in th...
Hunter space where everything is free news
Jul 29, 2021
Pearl Cadigan reports in the Times Union that Mars Abrahamsen has started a free market in Hunter. Phoenix Web Collective, at 7947 Main Street in Hunter, isn't a store, but has items available for giv...
Business growth in Greene County on the upswing news
Aug 02, 2021
Sam Raudins is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media that the creation of new businesses in Greene County is on the rise, growing by nearly 18 percent from 2019 to 2020, according to a study by the Cent...
Ancram gets no help from state about intersection news
Sep 09, 2021
Diane Valden reports in the Columbia Paper that she's been reporting on battles between the state Department of Transportation and Ancram officials about the intersection of County Route 7 and State R...
Opus 40 receives $300K to repair, reserve sculpture news
Sep 26, 2021
The Daily Freeman is reporting Opus 40 in Saugerties has been awarded a National Parks Service, Save America’s Treasure multiyear $300,000 grant to repair and preserve the 6.5-acre bluestone sculpture...
North Adams looking to sell historic Mohawk Theater news
Sep 27, 2021
Greta Jochem is reporting for The Berkshire Eagle the city of North Adams is again trying to sell the long-vacant Mohawk Theater, located on Marshall Street, a short distance from the Massachusetts Mu...
Doris Duke Foundation awards $500K for the preservation of 77 acres in Round Top news
Oct 10, 2021
Andrea Macko is reporting for Porcupine Soup the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation announced October 7, a gift of $500,000 to the Stephen Petronio Company for the preservation of a 77-acre parcel in Ro...