Parhelion Pemmican Pack-Ice Pancake

May 30th, 2008 andrea

Check out fellow artist-grantee Chris Kannen’s blog about his experiences in the Dry Valleys during winfly, with videos
Parhelion Pemmican Pack-Ice Pancake

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Sunday, June 1st 7-9PM live Web Radio Broadcast of Sonic Antarctica

May 26th, 2008 andrea

Sonic Antarctica will be broadcast on Giant Ear))), the New York Society for Acoustic Ecology’s monthly web radio program, hosted by Andrea Polli with Jonny Farrow and Edmund Mooney. Listen live Sunday, June 1st from 7-9PM EST on www.free103point9.org

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Whitney Biennial Live Radio Thursday, May 30th 12-1PM

May 26th, 2008 andrea

how's the weather?
Neighborhood Public Radio – live radio stream
How’s the Weather? Listen to sonifications of hurricanes and future climate in New York City, and of international air quality and changing weather at the North Pole. Also hear soundscape recordings and excerpts from interviews with scientists studying climate in Antarctica this season. Then I take it to the streets and asks New Yorkers how the changing climate affects their lives.
C’MON BY THE NPR Storefront! Your participation is encouraged!
941 Madison Ave (between 74th and 75th) New York, New York
Streaming here: http://www.neighborhoodpublicradio.org

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NPR/Studio 360 interview airs nationally this Sunday

April 19th, 2008 admin

Trey Kay talks with Andrea Polli about sonification and weather, and also interviews fellow eco-artist Brandon Ballengee in an episode called “Creative Minds Go Green”
http://www.studio360.org/episodes/2008/04/18

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Storm Peak Air with NCAR’s Dr. Christine Wiedinmyer

April 15th, 2008 admin

storm peak lab Christine Wiedinmyer
Yesterday I took an amazing trip out to Storm Peak lab with Dr. Christine Wiedinmyer, the only mountaintop air monitoring and research lab in North America. Christine and two CU graduate students were completing a short term study of particulates in the upper troposphere, with special instruments that allow very sensitive detection in order to study various organic, inorganic, natural and anthropogenic compounds, some coming from as far as Asia. In addition to interviewing Christine, Kelly and Eszter on video, I had the opportunity to talk to our DRI (Desert Research Institute) hosts, Gannet Hallar Ian McCubbin.

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