Inaugural multidisciplinary podcasting bootcamp - From May 8-10, a collaboration between the Library's Digital Scholarship Centre, the Sound Studies Institute and the SpokenWeb partnership co-hosted an inaugural podcasting bootcamp. Read more here!We hope to make the podcasting bootcamp available again. Please reach out to the Sound Studies Institute at email@example.com if you are interested in future events. The College of Social Sciences … Continue reading Inaugural multidisciplinary podcasting bootcamp
Sound Art Exhibitions
Two new sound art exhibitions co-sponsored by the Sound Studies Institute open this week as part of the 2023 SpokenWeb Symposium, by guest artists Dr. Rachel Epp Buller and Dr. Rémy Bocquillon. Exhibitions in the Sound Studies Institute Sound Art Gallery and in the Digital Scholarship Centre in Cameron Library.
Sound Studies Institute panels for SpokenWeb Symposium
The 2023 SpokenWeb Symposium and Institute is here! As part of the SpokenWeb Institute, the Sound Studies Institute is hosting three panel discussions on topics in sound studies and sound art on May 4 and May 5.
Director's Vision Talk - The Sound from Here: An Auditory Vision for Sound Studies at the University of Alberta. Thursday April 6th, 9am - 12noon, 3-47 Old Arts Building or online over zoom.
April 3 – 6: student works
April 3 - 6. New octophonic sound works produced by students in Media Arts classes
Guest lecture with visiting scholar Dr. Rémy Bocquillon
Guest lecture: Thinking-with Sounds in Sociology, with visiting scholar Dr. Remy Bocquillon. Tuesday, April 4th, 12:00-1:30pm, 1-62, Henry Marshall Tory Bldg.
Wed, March 8, 2023, 5:30pm Artist talk and gallery opening with Dr. Stephan Moore, sound artist. Stephan Moore is a sound artist, designer, composer, improviser, programmer, engineer, teacher, and curator based in Chicago. His creative work manifests as electronic studio compositions, improvisational outbursts, sound installations, scores for collaborative performances, algorithmic compositions, interactive art, and sound designs for unusual circumstances.
The Women of Women of Folkways
Thursday, March 2nd, 2023. "The Women of Women of Folkways", with Dana Wylie and Maria Dunn. With the annual Women of Folkways concert just around the corner, join us for an evening of discussion and reminiscences with Women of Folkways performance and curational veterans Dana Wylie and Maria Dunn.
Women of Folkways
Annual Women of Folkways Concert 2023. Saturday, March 11, 2023. Local luminaries Mallory Chipman, Audrey Ochoa, Shima Robinson (Dwennimmen), and host Dana Wylie will highlight some...
The Composer as Process
Wed, February 8, 2023, 5:30pm The Composer as Process, or, for a Music History Without Protagonists with Dr. Fabio Morabito The nineteenth-century composer has a persistent image problem: inspired, unworldly, male, writing works of genius for posterity. If it has been the project of musicologists for the last 30 years to erode this checklist, he lingers still like a bad smell.