Wednesday, 22 July 2009

[creative-radio] New Adventures in Sound Art workshops and opportunities

 



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Subject: [ncralist] NAISA workshops and opportunities
From: "New Adventures in Sound Art" <naisa@naisa.ca>
Date: Wed, July 22, 2009 22:32
To: ncralist@ncra.ca
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Apologies for x-postings

Below are many many opportunities for artists of all ages during July
and August as part of our Sound Travels Festival of Sound Art.
Please pass this onto anyone you think might be interested (note the
deadline for scholarship applications for the Sound Travels 3-day
Intensive is July 23rd!). Check out
http://www.soundtravels.ca
for more information.

August 4-6, 2009, 9-5pm each day, $150 for this 3-day intensive
(includes admission to concerts in the evenings)
SOUND TRAVELS INTENSIVE
The Loop Studio Centre for Lively Arts, 601 Christie St #170

The first ever Sound Travels Intensive is a 3-day series of workshops
for artists offering the opportunity to hone their craft with world
renown artists Benjamin Thigpen, Annette Vande Gorne, David Ogborn,
Eldad Tsabary, Darren Copeland, Ken Gregory and Nicolas Bernier. Some
scholarships and billeting available. Must apply by Thursday July 23
at 12 noon Toronto time to qualify. Full schedule here
<http://www.naisa.ca/soundtravels/Residency.html#rs2>.
Go to http://www.naisa.ca
and click on on-line registration to register.

July 25, 2009, 1-4pm, FREE
Artist Talk by Viv Corringham on her Shadow-walks
The NAISA Space, 601 Christie St #252

James Joyce wrote that places remember events, and Sound Travels
resident artist Viv Corringham found that idea very interesting -
that everything that happens leaves traces that people might be able
to sense. During this artist talk Viv Corringham will explain her
concept of the Shadow-walk, which is the basis for the installation
she will make for Sound Travels in August. If you are interested in
participating in a Shadow-walk, please contact info@naisa.ca or
naisa@naisa.ca. More info here
<http://www.naisa.ca/soundtravels/Residency.html#rs1>

August 7-8, 9-5pm, $35
TORONTO ELECTROACOUSTIC SYMPOSIUM (TES)
the Loop Studio Centre for Lively Arts, 601 Christie #170

The Canadian Electroacoustic Community and New Adventures in Sound
Art are pleased to announce the 2009 Toronto Electroacoustic
Symposium. The symposium presents a selection of refereed papers and
presentations as well as a keynote lecture by internationally
acclaimed scholar Annette Vande Gorne. This is your opportunity to
find out the latest in sound art activity around the world. The
proceedings of the symposium will be published in a forthcoming issue
of the CEC's online journal, eContact! More info here <http://
www.naisa.ca/soundtravels/Residency.html#rs3>. Go to
http://www.naisa.ca
and click on on-line registration to register.

NAISA Youth Summer week-long Workshops @ the NAISA Space, 601
Christie St #252, $50/week
MAKING ART WITH SOUND Week 1 (August 10-14) and Week 2 (August 17-21)

NAISA is inviting youth aged 15-18 to create art entirely with Sound,
Radio, Electronics, and/or Performance through exploration according
to their own individual interest. All equipment provided by NAISA. No
experience necessary. Limited spots available. Go to http://www.naisa.ca
and click on on-line registration to register.

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NAISA launches its 11th annual Sound Travels Festival of Sound Art
June 14 - October 31, 2009

NAISA Inquiries & general information:

Nadene Thériault-Copeland
Managing Director
New Adventures in Sound Art
Address: Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie St #252, Toronto, ON
M6G 4C7
Tel 416 652 5115
http://www.naisa.ca

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