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Dog Kennel Hill Project, broadcast live from Camden Arts Centre, 7pm GMT
A new performance work to mark the culmination of their project in the Artists? Studio.
Dog Kennel Hill Project are creating a collection of live and screen performance actions dealing with authenticity, fiction, tension and crisis; researching ways that this work can be presented in non- theatre settings, such as a gallery installation that has live elements happening durationally. For their project at Camden Arts Centre they will continue to investigate how these approaches can be used to frame performative actions and images.
Laure Prouvost, Wantee, broadcast live from the Royal College of Art, 25 February 2014, 6.30pm GMT
For the next Lecture of the RCA Visual Cultures Lecture Series: Current Modes of Artistic Production, Laure Prouvost will give an insight of her work Wantee, 2013, commissioned by Grizedale Arts and Tate for inclusion in the exhibition Schwitters in Britain at Tate Britain.
Introduction by Jordan Baseman, Reader and Head of Sculpture at the Royal College of Art.
For more information about the lecture click here.
The RCA Visual Cultures lectures, organised by the School of Fine Art, invites artists to talk about various aspects that contribute to the production, circulation and reception of their work. Through in-depth focus on a specific project of each guest speaker, the series aims to give an insight into the complex fabric of artistic production and explore what it means to work as an artist today. The theme for the 2013/14 lectures are artists whose work involves sculpture or moving image.
More information about the Visual Cultures Lecture Series and RCA talks can be found at
In Conversation: Dana Schutz & Dexter Dalwood, broadcast from The Hepworth Wakefield, Thursday 16 January 2014, 7pm GMT
One of America's most acclaimed young painters Dana Schutz discusses her first UK solo exhibition at The Hepworth Wakefield and the state of contemporary painting with Turner Prize-nominated artist Dexter Dalwood. 
Schutz is renowned for her riotously coloured figurative paintings and highly tactile approach, creating compelling and awkward imaginary worlds that explore hypothetical and sometimes absurd situations. 
Also primarily a painter, Dalwood's works typically draw upon historical tradition as well as current cultural and political events.
For information about Dana Schutz's current exhibition please click here.
Radio Calling: Live Radio Performances, broadcast from TENT, Rotterdam, Sunday 15 December 2013, 1-3pm GMT (2-4pm CET)
The rise of internet streaming, podcasts, and online platforms, seems to have informed a remarkable resurgence in the interest of radio for artists. The Radio Calling weekend event explores in a mini-symposium, masterclasses, and live radio performances, radio as a tool, platform, and medium for contemporary art.
Sunday's live radio performances, presented and recorded in front of an audience, include Jonas Lund, Koen Taselaar and Remco Torenbosch and proposals by Dóra Benyó & Pia Louwerens, Yoana Buzova & Max Dovey, Rosa Sijben & Bas van Wieringen, Helen Flanagan, Kathrin Grenzdörffer and Claire van Lubeek selected through the open call.
This will be followed by a performance by Rotterdam-based artist Jay Tan, broadcast live from Camden Arts Centre as part of their residency collaboration with TENT.
On Friday 13 December Radio Calling began with an afternoon symposium on current radio projects in art and concluded with the premiere of artist Jeremy Evans?s radio adaptation of his performance on the impact of the Internet on the persistence of myths and the way we tell stories. Evans is in Rotterdam as part of the TENT and Camden Arts Centre collaboration.
Full details about the Radio Calling weekend hereTo play the recordings from Friday's live events please click on the button with three horizontal bars on the bottom left of the player above to open the full list.

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Adam Chodzko In-Conversation with Rob Young, live from Wysing Arts Centre, Saturday 7 December 3pm GMT
Screening of Adam Chodzko?s Plan for a Spell (2001) followed by an in-conversation with the artist and Rob Young, author of Electric Eden: Unearthing Britain's Visionary Music.
Introduced by Steven Bode, Director Film and Video Umbrella.
This event is part of Film and Video Umbrella's 25 frames programme.
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Warhol's LA: with Gary Needham and guests, live from Nottingham Contemporary, 6pm GMT
Gary Needham (Nottingham Trent University), James Boaden (University of York) and Lucy Bradnock (University of Nottingham) present the story of Warhol?s LA via his attraction to its culture and his interest in manufactured fame, through his connection with the Ferus Gallery, to the Velvet Underground?s disastrous 1966 West Coast tour.
The Theory of Zappa, with Paul Carr, live from Nottingham Contemporary 6:30pm GMTThis event introduces Frank Zappa?s theories of time, space, narrative and the artwork, and unpacks their relationship to Geoffrey Farmer?s sculpture play Lets Make the Water Turn BlackPaul Carr, editor of Frank Zappa and the And (2013) is joined by Professor of Theatre and Media Drama Richard Hand, and musician and researcher Richard Hemmings.
Grace Schwindt : Clean Air, broadcast live from Museum M, Leuven Clean Air is an estranging live performance that investigates how meaning is given to land-scapes. For instance, the Alps are linked with power, purity and cleanness, terms that were also used to describe the German identity in the 1920?s. Two female performers of different generations react to this mental construction with a choreography of dance, folk music, costumes, milk and knitting. The scenery also serves as an unusual installation.
Grace Schwindt (Germany, °1979) lives in London and often works with film and video. in 2012 she had a residency at Wiels, and she collaborates with Antwerp?s Zeno X Gallery.
Convention T: Residency Closing Event, broadcast live from Wysing Arts Centre, Saturday 9 November, 2-6pm GMT
James Beckett, Cécile B. Evans, Michael Dean, Rupert Norfolk and Seb Patane bring their autumn residencies to a conclusion with presentations of new work and work in progress developed at Wysing. 2.00pm: Introduction to the day by Wysing Curators Gareth Bell-Jones and Kathy Noble 2.10-3.10pm: Presentation - Aubrey de Grey, followed by a Q & A with Aubrey de Grey, Cécile B Evans and Kathy Noble. 3.20pm: Screening - The Brightness (10 mins), Cécile B. Evans (no broadcast) 3.45 ? 4.00pm: Performative Talk - Michael Dean and Gareth-Bell Jones 4.00 ? 4.20pm: : Soundwork - Seb Patane, followed by an in-conversation with Kathy Noble 4.20 ? 4.40pm: Screening - Rupert Norfolk, followed by an in-conversation with Gareth Bell-Jones 5.05?6pm: Presentation - James Beckett, A History of Anesthesia, followed by an in-conversation with Gareth Bell-Jones. For more information and a detailed shecdule of the event please click here.
Speaking through Masks Jan Verwoert, live from Nottingham Contemporary, 6:30 GMT Writer and critic Jan Verwoert has frequently written on the work of Geoffrey Farmer, most recently contributing an essay to the catalogue for Let?s Make the Water Turn Black. In this talk Verwoert peels back the many layers of Farmer?s 'sculpture play', questioning the role of the audience and the presence of material animism in the work. Jan Verwoert is a contributing editor to frieze magazine and has held position of guest professor of Contemporary Art and Theory at the Academy of Umeå, Sweden, and the Royal College of Art, London and is the author of Animal Spirits ? Fables in the Parlance of Our Time, Christoph Keller Editions, JRP, Zurich 2013.
Paper Fashions. An Evening with Patssi Valdez, live from Nottingham Contemporary 6:30 BST
A conversation with Patssi Valdez, Asco?s only regular female member, addresses the importance of her critical attitude toward style and dress. The evening culminates in a fashion show
No Movie for Asco: Harry Gamboa Jr & Rita Gonzalez, broadcast live from Nottingham Contemporary 6:30 BST
An opportunity to reveal both the original context of Asco's production and its current place within a history of contemporary art practice in Los Angles and beyond. The evening will opens with a presentation by Rita Gonzalez, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art at the Los Angles County Museum of Art, and Co-Curator of the landmark 2011-12 survey of Asco's work, Elite of the Obscure. Asco member Harry Gamboa Jr. will then discuss the group?s formation, their strategic use of the photographic image, and the social dynamics involved in producing works in East LA in the period 1972-85.
Serena Korda: Aping the Beast, live from Arnolfini, Bristol 
Aping the Beast is Serena Korda's ambitious, theatrical rendering of animal symbolism and folklore - as creation story. The central spectacle is a towering monster puppet handmade in latex, reminiscent of early B-movies such as Godzilla or The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms. 
Both acts are accompanied by Alexander Tucker and Daniel O'Sullivan's musical project Grumbling Fur, who perform an original score live on stage.  Choreography is devised by Serena Korda and Rosie Heafford, whilst the characters the ?Boggarts? will be performed by children from Colstons Primary School in Bristol.
Aping the Beast sees the portentous beast roused to its full terror in a ritual performed featuring wizened old men known as ?Boggarts? ? characters from Lancashire folklore, believed to malevolently wield destructive powers. The performance convenes the human agency of the local community to bring the inanimate creature to life, exorcising its menacing tyranny.