About

Something Else, your weekly slice of alternative arts, is broadcast live on Eastside 89.7fm in Sydney every Thursday from 6pm to 6.30pm.

What do we mean by alternative arts?
Art is inclusive and everyone has different ideas on what it means. Something Else offers a weekly half-hour slice of alternative arts, where definitions are thrown to the wind, and the creativity of folk is explored. The show facilitates conversations with artists at all stages and experiences of their work with a particular interest in new ways of engaging audiences.

We hope to use this blog as a way of extending the conversations happening on the show so that the audience can get more information about the artists we talk to. The guests can come on to see what other people are doing around Sydney as well and connect with each other. Please feel free to leave comments on your thoughts about the show or anything else to do with arts. Let us know what you think, how you engage with art as an audience, as a practitioner.

For even more events and news, feel free to follow us on twitter @SomethingElse89 and like us on facebook @SomethingElse897. Please feel free to contact us if you’d like to pitch a show or slot!

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Live Streaming is available at: http://eastsidefm.org/listen-online/ and podcasts of the previous four weeks are easily streamed here eastsidefm.org/arts/somethingelse/

You can subscribe to downloading the free podcast of the show by pasting this link into iTunes: http://www.cpod.org.au/feed.php?id=308. For more detailed directions see our podcast page.

Pre June 2011 shows can still be found at http://www.mixcloud.com/somethingelse
Please give this some love if you are ever finding yourself longing for some excellent arts listening. Includes interviews with Archibald Prize winner Ben Quilty, Nathan Curnow, Rae Desmond Jones, Kathy Yae, Be Jones, Westside Publications and Adrian Wiggins and more!


Thanks for listening!

The posts and comments of this blog are the views of the individuals who express them and do not reflect the views of the radio station.