Music

event: Pschokinetic noise, rhythmajik and possession-trance performance

28/10/2010 19:00
28/10/2010 19:00

noise=noise, Radical Sound Practices, and The Woodmill present....

an evening of psychokinetic noise, rhythmajik,

possession-trance, distant folk and chamber music,

telepathic sculptures, decomposition and consultation.

The Woodmill
Neckinger, Bermondsey
London, United Kingdom, SE16 3QN

Thursday 28th October 2010
7pm-1am
£7

KK.NULL & JULIEN OTTAVI
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http://www.kknull.com/
http://noiser.org/

Z'EV & RYAN JORDAN
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http://www.rhythmajik.com/
http://ryanjordan.org/

JACQUES BELOEIL [read more...]

Location

The Woodmill
Neckinger Bermondsey
London SE16 3QN
United Kingdom

project: Children's playground games and songs in the new media age

This project will update, analyse and re-present three important collections of children's playground songs and rhymes: the Opie Collection of Children's Games and Songs, and selections from collections at the National Centre for English Cultural Tradition (NATCECT) and the Leeds Archive of Vernacular Culture (LAVC). [read more]

project: "Admission All Classes": Entertainment for the Masses 1850 - 1950

This project was a Knowledge Transfer Award, held between the University of Sheffield and Blackpool Council. "Admission All Classes" aimed to disseminate the history of fairground, music hall, circus and sea-side entertainments at the UK's premier entertainment resort and thereby revitalise its entertainment and cultural industry quarter. The project hosted ten themed events over a series of themed weekends between July 2007 and October 2008 including film, dance and acrobatics, theatre, and circus. [read more]

job: Fellowships at Cornell Society for the Humanities

Application Deadline: 
01/10/2010

CORNELL SOCIETY FOR THE HUMANITIES FELLOWSHIPS 2011-2012
SOUND: CULTURE, THEORY, PRACTICE, POLITICS

Timothy Murray, Director of the Society for the Humanities, is pleased to announce the 2011-2012 research focal theme: "Sound: Culture, Theory, Practice, Politics." Six to eight Fellows will be appointed.

CALL FOR FELLOWSHIP APPLICATIONS [read more...]

job: Humanities Research Associate

Application Deadline: 
20/09/2010

The Research Computing unit at UNC-Chapel Hill is seeking a Humanities Research Associate to provide technical leadership to spearhead our engagement with faculty researchers in the humanities. This position will be a technical contributor and a partner in defining, implementing and supporting technologies to advance humanities research at UNC-Chapel Hill. The research associate will provide programming and technical expertise in areas such as text encoding and metadata standards, database design and queries, software development, web programming, and digital project design. [read more...]

event: Two Thousand + TEN Symposium on improvisation

06/11/2010 09:30
06/11/2010 09:30

The Two Thousand + symposium (http://twothousand.wordpress.com) is an annual one day research event, which has been running alongside the Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music in Belfast since 2006. It is a day during which performance practitioners from diverse areas such as music, sonic arts, dance, theater, new media, as well as theorists come together to cover a wide variety of topics on performance informed by new technologies.

During the symposium day on the 6th of November, we will have selected papers, two keynote talks plus concerts. [read more...]

Location

Sonic Arts Research Centre
4 Cloreen Park
Belfast BT7 1NN
United Kingdom

project: Sudamih (Supporting Data Management Infrastructure for the Humanities)

The Supporting Data Management Infrastructure for the Humanities (Sudamih) Project aims to address a coherent range of requirements for the more effective management of data (broadly defined) within the Humanities at an institutional level. Whilst the project is fully embedded within the institutional context of Oxford University, the methodologies, outputs and outcomes will be of relevance to other research-led universities, especially but not only, in their support of research within the humanities. [read more]

video: Launch of CHARM – AHRC Research Centre for the History & Analysis of Recorded Music at DH2010

Launch of CHARM (http://www.charm.rhul.ac.uk/) at the DH2010 conference, Wednesday 7th July 2010.

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project: The Music of Gustav Mahler: a Catalogue of Manuscript and Printed Sources

This catalogue will list and describe all surviving manuscript sources and will offer full bibliographic descriptions of the early printed sources of Mahler's music (i.e. all those that published during the composer’s lifetime, and first or other important editions that appeared after his death). [read more]
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