Event - Year of Uncertainty Broadcast on Montez Press Radio

Year of Uncertainty Broadcast on Montez Press Radio

01.25.22, 12:00 pm

Tune in for an online radio broadcast produced in collaboration with Year of Uncertainty Program Partner Montez Press Radio! As part of their collaboration with Queens Museum, Montez Press Radio presents newly commissioned segments both in response to the Year of Uncertainty themes and highlighting the work and research of Year of Uncertainty Artists-In-Residence, Community Partners, and Co-Thinkers.


This live broadcast will feature an afternoon of segments produced in collaboration with the Queens Museum on the occasion of the Year of Uncertainty (YoU) exhibitions and initiatives. The broadcast includes conversations, soundtracks, and audio research from YoU Artists-In-Residence and Program Partners; interviews with QM’s New New Yorkers’ community members; and a playlist with reflections from QM’s Front of House team.


Listen to each segment as they air by clicking the title links in the schedule.


Full broadcast schedule:

1:00pm: Utsa Hazarika:
Living As A Nation
Presented in conjunction with Living As A Nation

New New Yorkers: Cruzando Fronteras/Crossing Borders with Marco Andrade
Presented in conjunction with QM’s New New Yorkers program

3:00pm: QM’s Front of House Team:
In Times of Uncertainty
QM’s Front of House Team listens to and discusses tracks that relate to the five themes of the Year of Uncertainty (YoU): Care, Repair, Play, Justice, and the Future, as well as reflecting on works currently on view in the YoU exhibitions and how cultural institutions can better care for their communities.
In order of appearance: Charlie Fischetti, Jasmine R. Castillo, Erica-Ashley, Lorryn, Caro Varela, Sophia Delacruz, Denise M. Flynch, and Mayisha Hassan

4:00pm: Julian Louis Phillips and Jacob R. Moore: The Spatial Politics of Policing: Archives and Counter-Narratives
Presented in conjunction artist Julian Louis Phillips exhibition The Strategic Response Group (TSRG) and the Unbroken Windows project by Program Partner, Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture at Columbia University