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WRVT 88.7 FM

City of License:
Rutland, VT

Public Radio

Vermont Public Co.

WRVT is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.7 MHz. The station is licensed to Rutland, VT. The station broadcasts Public Radio programming.

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Cold Hollow Sculpture Park 2018 Public Programs FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - 6/07/2018 Contact: Margaret Coleman, Program Director Cold Hollow Sculpture Park, 4280 Boston Post Road, Enosburg Falls, VT; 1+ (917) 232-9205 COLD HOLLOW SCULPTURE PARK ANNOUNCES 2018 PUBLIC PROGRAMS OUR THEME: “VOYAGE AND ADVENTURE: PUSHING AND CROSSING BOUNDARIES” To shape our inquiry into the processes of finding new areas of imaginative exploration, we metaphorically cast artists and scientists as adventuresome travelers, and the paths that their work takes, a journey. Each presenter has devoted years to such journeying — in a studio, a laboratory, a writing room, behind a camera, — crossing boundaries and blending disciplines. At CHSP we are fascinated to learn what their journeys can reveal about stepping into the unknown and learning to see anew. Where: Cold Hollow Sculpture Park, 4280 Boston Post Road, Enosburg Falls, VT Saturday, June 23, 2 pm: Opening Day: “Jazz in the Meadows” with saxophonists Christopher Peterman (of Kilimanjaro) and Luke Laplant. Improvisational music is an adventure of discovery in melody. Chris, on tenor, and Luke, on baritone, will improvise a musical dialog using the landscape of the sculpture park. Saturday, July 21, 2 pm: Dr. Donna Rizzo, computer scientist and environmental engineer at the University of Vermont, will share with us how new computational tools improve our understanding of human-induced changes on natural systems. Saturday, August 25, 2 pm: Our First Artist-in-Residence from August 11-26, Phil Acimovic, composer and performer, comes to us from Davis, CA. Among his interests, Phil explores layers of sound, creates sound installations, and draws on his study of Javanese gamelan, having lived in Central Java. He will present work developed from his chosen focus here. Saturday, September 8, double header: 2 pm: Alison Hawthorne Deming, noted poet, nature writer, (ten books), and founder of the Field Studies in Writing Program at the University of Arizona, comes to us from Tucson, and Grand Manan, New Brunswick, Canada. Her keen interest in the intersection of Art and Science drives her work. She will be interviewed by David Stromeyer, at CHSP. 7 pm: Austin Piazzolla Quintet: Back by popular demand. This Austin Texas-based nuevo tango band tours the U.S. and Canada, performing their own compositions plus the music of Astor Piazzolla. Concert is at The Meeting House on the Green, E. Fairfield VT. (nearby CHSP). Saturday, October 6, 2 pm: Orly Yadin, filmmaker and Executive Director of the Vermont International Film Foundation, screens her short film Silence, presents previews of the Vermont International Film Festival, and discusses the process of curating. Events are free and open to everyone. Light refreshments and conversation follow. See for links to presenter’s bios.
By: Cold Hollow Sculpture Park on June 8, 2018

I would like to hear some Clay Walker on your station. Songs by such as, I can't sleep, when she's good she good, where do I go from you, love me like you love me, holding her and loving you.
By: Lesley Bienvenue on April 8, 2019

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By: Michael Henry on January 24, 2020

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