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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NEH awards Shaker Museum $550K for Chatham collections storage facility news
Dec 30, 2020
Natasha Vaughn is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the Shaker Museum in New Lebanon has been awarded a $550,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The funds will be used for a cl...
C-GCC to start spring semester one week late news
Jan 04, 2021
Natasha Vaughn is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media Columbia-Greene Community College will delay the start of its spring semester by one week. The college announced last week it will begin the sprin...
ICC BoE gets construction update, starts 2021-22 budget planning news
Jan 26, 2021
Emilia Teasdale is reporting for The Columbia Paper at its January 12 meeting, the Ichabod Crane Board of Education reviewed the district rollover budget as they prepare to begin work on the 2021-22 s...
NY to begin vaccinating older imprisoned people news
Feb 05, 2021
Nick Reisman is reporting for State of Politics the state of New York will begin to vaccinate older people incarcerated in the state's prison system, officials announced February 4, hours after advoca...
Hudson BoE moves budget process forward; announces 11 retirements as of June 30 news
Mar 16, 2021
Jeannette Wolfberg is reporting for The Columbia Paper that the Hudson Board of Education met March 2, in person for the first time in several weeks, without any online video feed. The agenda included...
Claverack Democrats announce candidates news
Mar 26, 2021
The Claverack Democrats Fri, Mar. 26, announced its selection of candidates for town board and clerk, as well as its endorsement of incumbent Columbia County Judge Richard Koweek. According to a press...
Cairo considering purchasing three plow trucks news
Apr 03, 2021
Andrea Macko reports for Porcupine Soup that the Cairo Town Board may vote April 5 on buying three new trucks for the highway department. “Our fleet is aging to the point it is costing us tens of thou...
Mass MoCA employees vote to join union news
Apr 29, 2021
Larry Parnass reports in the Bennington Banner that employees of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art voted 53-15 to affiliate with UAW Local 2110, AFL-CIO, an April 28 National Labor Relation...
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...