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Festival: “Sonification – Audible Data Streams” by the Berlin Society of New Music.

Open call for performances, compositions in the context of Sonification (extendet) For the Festival “Sonification – Audible Data Streams”  27 – 29th  October 2017 by the Berlin Society of New Music. Selected works will be premiered at the festival in Berlin (Villa Elizabeth). •   For percussion/objects, with or without live electronics. •   Live electronic equipment with maximum of 8 loudspeakers. …Read more »

Event: Stand-Up Politics? Populism, comedy and popular culture.

1-6pm, 19th May, LSB 01.21 University of East Anglia, Norwich Research Park, Norwich NR4 7TJ To mark the publication of Russell Brand: Comedy, Celebrity, Politics (Arthurs and Little, 2016), this half-day symposium will bring together a wide range of thinkers for an interdisciplinary exploration of the contemporary relationship between stand-up comedy, politics and protest movements. While there has always been …Read more »

Festival: Sonification – Audible Data Streams

Open call for performances, compositions in the context of Sonification (extendet)For the Festival “Sonification – Audible Data Streams”  27 – 29th  October 2017 by the Berlin Society of New Music. Selected works will be premiered at the festival in Berlin (Villa Elizabeth).    •   For percussion/objects, with or without live electronics. •   Live electronic equipment with maximum of 8 loudspeakers.•   For the implementation …Read more »

Summer school for doctoral candidates, Music Archive Finland, Helsinki

Music, Multiculturalism and the Postcolonial Condition Summer school for doctoral candidates, Music Archive Finland, Helsinki 3–4 July 2017 As global migration alters societal and cultural conditions, musical practices and environments transmute. The global postcolonial condition is indeed clearly visible and audible in myriad forms of music that evince the pervasiveness of racialisation, parochialism and banal nationalism, while at the same …Read more »

CfA: Summer Institute Cologne

[sic!] Summer Institute Cologne – 29 Aug to 9 Sept 2017 – belief/believe Deadline for applications: 1 March 2017 We invite graduate and postgraduate students from Area Studies, Art History, Classics, Communication, Cultural Studies, Dance, English, Film, German, Japanese literature, History, Literary Studies, Media, Music, Performance, Sound, Theatre, and related fields to apply for this international interdisciplinary program. (All sessions …Read more »

CfP – ISA Summer School Wien

Transdiciplinary PhD-Day at ISA-Science 2017 MOTION – EMOTION – MOVEMENT 11 August 2017, Semmering, Austria   Organized by the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna Grants for travel and accommodation are available   The University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna invites PhD-candidates from the humanities, social sciences and cultural studies to participate in a transdisciplinary one-day Session specially designed …Read more »

Sonic Arts Waterford Festival

„Sonic Arts Waterford (SAW) are pleased to announce that the 2017 open call for artists will commence on St. Valentine’s Day (14 Feb.) and end on 14 May. The fifth edition of our Sonic Dreams experimental electronic music and arts festival takes place in GOMA Gallery of Modern Art Waterford <https://www.facebook.com/SomaIreland/> on the 29 and 30 September. We will be …Read more »

Summer Workshops Stanford CCRMA (Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics)

Stanford’s CCRMA (Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics) has announced the lineup of summer workshops for 2017! Many of the workshops will offer tuition scholarships for women! Check it out: General information and a full list can be accessed via https://ccrma.stanford.edu/workshops. Questions or comments, please reach out to Nette Worthey <mailto:networth @ ccrma.stanford.edu>. CCRMA SUMMER WORKSHOPS 2017 6/19 …Read more »

Dortmunder Techno-Tagung

Dortmunder Techno-Tagung: http://www.ordnung-in-und-als-bewegung.de/ Diese Veranstaltung stellt sozialwissenschaftliche, d.h. in diesem Rahmen soziologische sowie kultur- und sozialanthropologische, Perspektivnahmen auf die Subkultur bzw. Szene elektronischer Tanzmusik öffentlich zur Diskussion; diese Podiumsdiskussion soll eine Art der Darstellungs- bzw. Kommunikationsform, eine Art der Bedeutungsgebung sozialwissenschaftlichen Forschens und Wissens erproben. Zeit: Samstag, 18.02.2017, 15.30 bis 22.30 Uhr Ort: Tanzcafé Oma Doris, Reinoldistraße 2-4, 44135 Dortmund

CFP: “Music, Queer, Intersections“, Edge Hill University

Please find attached the CFP for the 1st Symposium of the LGBTQ+ Music Study Group “Music, Queer, Intersections“ to be held on 26th-27th May 2017 at Edge Hill University. click-> LGBTQ-CFP http://www.liverpoolsoundcity.co.uk/2017 https://lgbtqmusicsg.wordpress.com/

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