Elisa Monte Dance is excited to be apart of the City College Center for the Arts' new initiative, C3Arts Radio, a one hour global arts and culture talk show broadcast on WHCR 90.3 on the first Tuesday evening of every month from 5-6pm. Tune in to listed to Artistic Director Elisa Monte and Associate Artistic Director Tiffany Rea-Fisher speak about the company's upcoming residency and performance at CCNY's Aaron Davis Hall.
C3Arts Radio content will be curated to reflect the mission and artistic programming of the City College Center for the Arts and provide an additional platform for the artists and performers the CCCA is looking to support and present on its stages. The show will be hosted by Phillip Harvey and produced by Nat Creole Arts.
The program will offer a mix of news, interviews, commentaries, reviews, historical storytelling, offbeat features and well-researched biographical sketches of important contemporary and historical cultural figures. Content segments will be framed by the integration of an eclectic and exciting selection of music that bolsters the thematic reach of the program and introduces listeners to musical artists from around the world. From the emerging visual art industry in East Africa to local theater productions in the parks of New York City, C3Arts Radio will touch on a wide range of topics while providing practical information on arts-related happenings for the culture enthusiast and the casual participant alike.
Tune in: C3Arts Radio can be heard the first Tuesday of the month from 5-6pm starting August 5th on WHCR 90.3FM and online for national and international listeners. For more information, visit http://c3artsradio.tumblr.com/ and http://www.whcr.org/.
Show host Phillip Harvey has over 20 years of experience working in the arts. He has hosted art discussions and panels both Nationally and Internationally including key global cities Tokyo, Hong Kong, London, and New York City. His hosting work on behalf of the London Black Film Festival is enshrined in the archives of the British Museum and prior artist interviews conducted by Mr. Harvey can be found in the annals of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in New York as well.
Nat Creole Arts is a multi-platform arts programming and advocacy firm that offers event and media programming, strategic consulting and arts advocacy for artists, audiences and cultural institutions in the global arts world.
Aaron Davis Hall, the home of City College Center for the Arts, is the largest performing arts center in Manhattan north of Lincoln Center. It features two theaters that seat 630 and 267, respectively, and a studio complex. The venue showcases performances that are multicultural in focus, including classical, jazz and Latin music, dance, theater, literary readings, film, performance art and art exhibitions.
As a community radio station broadcasting from the campus of the City College of New York, WHCR seeks to empower it's listeners by providing informative, educational and cultural programming that speaks to the diverse populations of Harlem, Upper Manhattan; and some sections of the Bronx, Queens, and New Jersey.