Celebrating 40 years of 2SER
An interactive exhibition on display outside the UTS Library explores the station's four decades of broadcasting.
The '40 YEARS OF 2SER' exhibit celebrates the rich and vibrant history of 2SER with a plethora of stories and events from the last four decades, using images, audio, and artefacts from 2SER’s eccentric archives. It's free and open to the public from 2 - 27 March.
And the exhibit is interactive. Bring headphones and listen to audio accessible via QR code on your phone or device. Pieces are also available online.
2SER has provided Sydney with specialist music, news, opinion and current affairs programs since it first hit the airwaves in 1979. It was among Sydney’s very first FM stations, broadcasting to the greater Sydney area on 107.3 FM, via digital radio and now online through 2ser.com.
2SER brought the city’s unique cultural history to the ears of devoted listeners with one of the world's earliest queer radio programs; pioneering underground 90s dance music; and broadcasting news from one of Sydney’s only local and independent newsrooms.
The 2SER team has worked tirelessly to bring Sydneysiders a wide variety of stories, ideas and music. Over the past four decades, thousands of volunteers have created hundreds of programs for millions of listeners.
Head to Level 7 of UTS Central to find out more about 2SER’s people, guests, technical achievements, and at least some of its trouble-making past, and to dig into the music scenes and social movements that 2SER helped shape and propel.
Can't make it? No worries! Take a look through the 2SER archive with our ‘Deep Dive in the 2SER Archive’ segment, hosted by Dr Liz Guiffre and Jess Klajman.