1. In this excerpt, Minette Seate, the host of Filmmakers Corner, interviews artist T. Foley about her original ringtone creation project, Locally Toned.

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  2. Hark! The herald cell phones sing with songs of sugar gliders, mechanical musical instruments and throat singers!

    Stop by this store front video installation (933 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15222) to get the sounds of Pittsburgh as free ringtones for your cellular phone. Made specially for First Night (December 31st) 2010, this audio-visual montage features Pittsburgh ringtone contributions from T. Foley's public art project, Locally Toned. On the spot, viewers may utilize special codes within the video to send tones directly to their cell phones. The ringtones are free, but standard rates for receiving MMS/picture messages apply. Visit http://www.locallytoned.org for more information.

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  3. A brief introduction to artist T. Foley's public art/original ringtone creation project. This video includes excerpts from an interview with the artist on WQED (a PBS affiliate station), documentation of the live recording of a ringtone, Foley's *Mobile* Ringtone Performance, and an excerpt from a video montage/installation of sounds and images from the Pittsburgh, PA tone series.

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  4. Artist and curator Paul Clabby of New Haven, CT, hits a tennis ball against a wall while artist T. Foley records audio during a Locally Toned community-based Ringtone Recording Session at the Housatonic Muesum of Art. The workshop was part of the exhibition entitled, "IT'S FOR YOU: Conceptual Art and the Telephone," curated by Terri C Smith. Clabby's original ringtone was recorded on March 24, 2011 by curator Terri C Smith.

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  5. Yotisse Williams of Bridgeport, CT, sings and plays a Rover guitar during a Locally Toned community-based Ringtone Recording Session at the Housatonic Muesum of Art. The workshop was part of the exhibition entitled, "IT'S FOR YOU: Conceptual Art and the Telephone," curated by Terri C Smith. Williams' original ringtone was recorded on March 24, 2011 by T. Foley.

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Locally Toned TV

T. Foley

A selection of short videos excerpted from Locally Toned TV, a show about artist T. Foley's public art/original ringtone creation project (recorded live at the Waffle Shop on July 9, 2010).

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