XX Files Radio
The XX Files is the Studio’s weekly radio show exploring all aspects of the digital world from the perspective of the women living it.
Tune in to CKUT 90.3 FM every Wednesdays from 11:30am to 12:00 pm, for the scoop on women and technology.
Originally conceived by Deborah VanSlet and Kathy Kennedy, The XX Files first aired in 1996. Past hosts Anita Cotic, Bérengère Marin-Dubuard and current host and longtime producer Valérie d. Walker and co-host Maia Iotzova have kept the show as current as ever.
Infos : xxfiles(at)ckut.ca
XX Files Radio Project
Created over the past year with support from the Department of Canadian Heritage through the Canadian Culture Online Strategy, CKUT 90.3 FM, F.A.C.E., Koumbit and Urbanink, The XX Files Radio Project consists of the digitizing and online publishing of The XX Files radio show, the production of commissioned thematic podcasts and workshops enabling youth groups to create electronic art.
Listen to commissioned thematic podcast by media artists Guylaine Bertrand, Valérie d. Walker and Britt Wray.
See Unstrument Workshop tutorial and documentation at F.A.C.E. School.
Subscribe to our podcast to receive our latest shows or listen to online archives :
1May 22 XX Files Radio show
2May 15 XX Files Radio show
3May 8 XX Files Radio show
4April 17 XX Files Radio show in particular about the exhibition “The five elements” of the Les Ville-Laines collective, presented at the TRAMES gallery.
5April 3 XX Files Radio show about the evolution of yarn bombing with les Ville-Laines and Tricot Pirate with PixieKnit and MaiaGreenDream.
6March 27 XX Files Radio show about the relationship between nature and culture.
7March 20 XX Files Radio show about Beyond Bloodlines.
8March 13 XX Files Radio show about Nuit Blanche, with Pascal Girardin, the live sound installation of Choeur Maha, as well as many other events.
9March 6 XX Files Radio show with Raissa Paes, student in art history at Concordia university, and founder of the feminist art magazine Yiara.
10February 27 XX Files Radio show with Angela Davis about slavery and Nuit Blanche favorites.
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This project was made possible with the support of the Department of Canadian Heritage through Canadian Culture Online.