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Got Culture?



Directed by Kelly Ford - Kaminski

Chaffey College theatre department is proud to present the 1940s "Golden Age of Radio".  Come celebrate the 100 year Anniversary of Radio by tuning in to the likes of George and Gracie, Jackie “Moms” Mabley, Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, commercials and Jingles from the past. Let the comedy, music and mystery of 1940s era, entertain you at home.

 But wait…………. there's more! (Cue Foley sound fx of wood creaking by twisting celery sticks)

What's that creeping behind you?
Can you hear the door creak open? (Cue Foley sound fx by opening squeaky door prop)
Are you lost in a dark unfamiliar place? (Cue Foley sound fx wind by blowing into the mic)
Or have you entered into (Cue Spooky Organ music) the "Inner Sanctum".

Set your Radio dial and tune in Wednesday night, April 14, 21, 28 and May 5, 2021, at 5:00pm to find out if you have made it out……. ALIVE!! (Cue Spooky Organ music)

Episodes will be posted here the day of the performance​. Stay tuned! 

Episode 1: Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at 5:00pm

The GOLDEN AGE OF RADIO - Episode 1 - Audio Video Description

Episode 2: Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at 5:00pm

The GOLDEN AGE OF RADIO - Episode 2 - Audio Video Description

Episode 3: Wednesday, April 28, 2021 at 5:00pm

The GOLDEN AGE OF RADIO - Episode 3 - Audio Video Description

Episode 4: Wednesday, May 5, 2021 at 5:00pm

The GOLDEN AGE OF RADIO - Episode 4 - Audio Video Description



 image: Leonardo Santamaria, "Parasite" Explores What Lies Beneath, client: The New Yorker.

Home EditionHome Edition

The Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art have curated a series of virtual programs including artists talks, tutorials, and other collaborative programs called Home Edition. Please join us at the museum, from home!! All programs are free and open to the public. To see the schedule and learn more, please visit us at www.chaffey.edu/wignall

Due to the ongoing impacts of COVID-19, most of the courses at Chaffey College will be held online during the fall 2020 semester. In response, the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art physical space will also be closed to the public. While we remain closed during fall semester, we remain committed to engaging, inspiring, and educating our community through experiences with contemporary art and culture. #museumfromhome