Invisible Places 2017 Call For Submissions

The deadline for the 2017 Invisible Places is November 30, 2016. Its focus is sound, urbanism, sense of place, and acoustic ecology. Submit your papers, proposals for artistic residencies, workshops and soundwalks via EasyChair.

The conference dates are April 7–9, and location is Sao Miguel Island, Azores.

Keynote speakers are Hildegard Westerkamp and Sam Auinger.

Along with meeting wonderful artists and architects, engaging science and society, in the first iteration of Invisible Places in 2014, I served on the international scientific committee and performed solo in the medieval cathedral in Viseu, Portugal, itself a charming place. It was an moving experience and expect the same next year. I hope you will come and participate, too!

“Sounds You Might Have Heard” World Listening Project radio series on framework:afield

The first of a 4-part radio series produced by the World Listening Project aired on framework:afield on Sunday, May 23rd. Framework is a weekly radio program produced by Patrick McGinley “consecrated to field recording and its use in composition.” Framework:afield is a special sub-series curated and produced by guest artists from around the world. The theme for this edition #285 is “Sounds You Might Have Heard” and has been produced by Dave Armstrong.

Visit frameworkradio.net to listen, subscribe, and submit your own work to framework.

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