June 30, 2007

NYSAE members at Tune (Out)))side 07

Tune (Out)))side 2007

Sat. July 7, 2007, 3 p.m. – 9 p.m., $5 admission
Doors open at 2 p.m.

No amplified sound. 32 performers on five radio frequencies.

Featuring live performances from:

( ), Scott Allison, Gill Arno, Mara Barenbaum, Blues Control,
Matt Bua, Bunnybrains, Michael Farley, Jonny Farrow,
Chris Forsyth, Richard Garet, Andy Graydon,
Sarah Margaret Halpern, Andy Hayleck, Koen Holtkamp,
Tianna Kennedy, Marievel Knievel, Todd Merrell,
Edmund Mooney, Ilya Monosov, Mudboy, Oh My F***ing God,
Marisa Olson, ben owen, QXW, Radio Ruido, Tom Roe,
Marina Rosenfeld, Elliot Sharp, Thick Wisps, Bruce Tovsky,
Shou Wang, Andrea Williams.

This outdoors variation of free103point9’s Tune(In))) event
features artists playing directly into five FM transmitters at
free103point9’s Wave Farm. No sound is amplified. Attendees
tune in with radio headphones (provided) as they explore
30 acres of meadows, forests, and ponds. Bring your own radio
with headphones if you want; if not one will be provided with
admission and returned at the end of the show.

also featuring:

*Opening of Wave Farm Transmission Sculpture Garden.
First work: Matt Bua’s “Sing Sun Room”

*Special Wave Farm installations for 2007:
LoVid, “7105″
Douglas Repetto, “puff bang reverb”
Michelle Rosenberg, “Auricle”
“free103point9: Selected Works” DVD
Tianna Kennedy and Tarikh Korula,
“Restored Archeoacoustic Recording Kit and Documentation”

*special water installation

at Wave Farm
5622 Route 23, Acra, New York 12405
2.5 hrs north of NYC
45 mins south of Albany
20 mins west of Hudson
in Greene County, New York

Four channels streamed live on free103point9 Online Radio.
www.free103point9.org.

WAVE FARM INFORMATION

PARKING: Park in the large field near the road. Enter along
the Study Center to pay admission and receive your loaned
radio and program notes. You may also bring your own radio
with headphones.

FOOD: Food and beverages sold at Wave Farm Study Center.
Diner within walking distance.

SERVICES: Port-a-let on property, Study Center and
parking field.

ANIMALS: You may want to bring bug spray/sauce.
Definitely check for ticks. Be alert in the woods for the bear.
(These bears are not aggressive, but of course close encounters
should be avoided. Please keep an eye out if you are exploring
paths in the forest.) Dogs are allowed (no biters, please).

BRING: Balls (soccer field for playing), grills, bug spray, shoes
that can get wet/muddy, flashlights, fishing poles
(catch and release bass), etc.

PROPERTY BOUNDARIES: Please respect the Wave Farm
property boundaries (refer to the map in your program notes),
so that these summer events may continue for years to come.

KEEP WAVE FARM BEAUTIFUL: Please use the ample trash and
recycling cans so we can keep the Wave Farm beautiful.

DO NOT: Move tiki torches (fire hazard).

RIDESHARE INFO: http://www.free103point9.org/rideshare.php

DIRECTIONS BY CAR
From the either North or South, take the New York State Thruway
(I-87) or the Taconic Parkway, to Route 23 West.

From the New York State Thruway (I-87), take exit 21 (Catskill/Cairo)
and head West on Route 23 for about 11 miles. Keep left and stay on
Route 23 at the fork with Route 145. Wave Farm is 3.6 miles from
the stop sign at the fork, (about 1/4 mile, or the third entrance on
the right after John Holzlman Road and the Cera’s Restaurant sign.)
free103point9’s Wave Farm is the black top driveway on the right
across from a bright blue house. If you pass the Gilded Grape store
or Edison Timmerman Road you’ve gone too far.

From the Taconic Parkway, take the exit Route 82 (which becomes
Route 23). Continue towards Hudson and then go over the
Rip Van Winkle Bridge. Approximately 15 minutes after crossing
the bridge, keep left and stay on Route 23 at the fork with Route 145.
Wave Farm is 3.6 miles from the stop sign at the fork, (about 1/4 mile,
or the third entrance on the right after John Holzlman Road and the
Cera’s Restaurant sign.) free103point9’s Wave Farm is the black top
driveway on the right across from a bright blue house. If you pass the
Gilded Grape store or Edison Timmerman Road you’ve gone too far.

BY TRAIN
The closest Amtrak station is in Hudson, 15 miles east of Wave Farm.
A taxi from the Hudson train station to Wave Farm costs
approximately $35. 1-800-USA-RAIL
http://www.amtrak.com

Call Hudson Riverview Taxi (518) 828-3355 to have a taxi
waiting for you at the station.

BY BUS
Adirondack Trailways runs two buses a day from New York’s
Port Authority to Cairo, 5 miles southeast of Wave Farm. The
bus drives right by the Wave Farm drive way after Cairo on the
way to Windham. We are also told that at the drivers discretion
he or she may stop the bus anywhere on route that is safe, so
you may be able to have them stop right at Wave Farm’s entrance.
1-800-858-8555
http://www.trailwaysny.com

free103point9’s Wave Farm
5662 Route 23
Acra, NY 12405-1026
(518) 622-2598
info@free103point9.org