For the 12th edition of the School of Sound International Symposium, artists, practitioners, creatives, teachers and students will gather from around the world for four days of talks, presentations and discussions about the creative use of sound across media and the arts.
The first group of speakers for the symposium includes:
Sarah Turner, filmmaker and lecturer, director of Public House
Hans Peter Kuhn, composer and artist, creator of light and sound installations, and music and sound environments for theatre and dance
Werner Cee, sound artist
Adam Roberts and Joanna Hogg, filmmakers presenting the work of Chantal Akerman
George Home-Cook, author of Theatre and Aural Attention: Stretching Ourselves
Julian Henriques, “Thinking Through Sound – and Learning from Jamaican Bass/ Base Culture” – reggae sound systems and the embodiment of sound
Peter Middleton and James Spinney, directors of Notes on Blindness
and Piers Plowright, radio documentary and features producer.
More names will be announced in the coming weeks.
The Regency University google maps page is here.
Find out more about the event on the School of Sound website here.
This is not an ASD event and so will not be eligible for Travel Assistance.
The Sound Of Memory Symposium: Sound-Track/Sound-Scape.
The Sound of Memory presents films and presentations situated at the interface of composers working in acoustic ecologies and artists working within social ecologies where the primary engagement is a form of sonic ethnography. The symposium explores memory's resonances in shaping social space.
The Sound-Image-Space Research Centre, School of Music and Fine Art, University of Kent
The School of Sound
Goldsmiths University of London
Here is a link to the Website and the Google Maps Page.
This event is not organised by the ASD and so not eligible for Travel Assistance.
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