Friday, May 21, 2010
Thursday, May 13, 2010
everglade records and the Florida International University-Wolfsonian Museum announce a call for audio works related to the theme of speed. Slated for release to coincide with a forthcoming multi-museum exhibition entitled Speed Limits sponsored by the FIU-Wolfsonian Museum (Miami Beach) and the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA, Montreal), works submitted for publication consideration to the audio Speed Limits project can address one or more of the following issues with respect to speed: pace, traffic, construction, efficiency, motion, and mind+body.
To submit a composition for consideration, please upload a single zip file containing a brief biography, program notes, and a stereo mix/downmix (MP3 format preferred) to everglade.org/speed by June 1, 2010. Please name your zip file LastnameFirstname.zip. The composers of winning submissions will be asked to send uncompressed data files of their audio works at a later date. Works from 0.1–16 channels will be considered. There are no restrictions on the duration of compositions.
For more information, please contact us.
The submission of audio or audiovisual pieces is invited for consideration at this exciting conference. The 2010 event aims to maintain and enhance the Sounding Out’s already impressive reputation as a major forum for discussion and interaction between practitioners, artists and academics working in the field of sound.
We are planning to base the conference on the overall theme of Soundworlds – Sonic Arts, Film and Radio and are willing to include audio or audiovisual works relating to the theme of the conference.
The works will be played continuously in a dedicated space, The Atrium Gallery, before, during and after the conference. The gallery will be equipped to accommodate multi-channel pieces (up to eight channels) as well as video projection.
Submit your works
Please send your submission along with a one-page description (including technical requirements) to:
Dr Alain Renaud
Alternatively you may submit your works online by sending an email by 1 June, 2010 to Alexandra Peirce along with your one page description (including technical requirements) and a link to the contents of your work.
We look forward to welcoming you to Bournemouth in September
ALL FOR NEW WORKS FROM YOUNG AND / OR EMERGING SOUND ARTISTS / COMPOSERS
Deadline for submissions: June 1, 2010 (postmarked)
- The CEC is pleased to announce that ACMA (Australasian Computer Music Association) has accepted our invitation to collaborate on JTTP 2010. This year’s edition is therefore open to young and/or emerging sound artists/composers from (or living in) Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
- Exceptionally for the 2010 edition, the deadline has been moved to June 1.
- As of the 2010 edition, multichannel submissions and videomusic works may be submitted to JTTP. Due to recent changes in arts council funding programmes, the CD component of JTTP, Cache, may no longer be produced. The remainder of the project remains however intact.