Athelas – Tick Tack Tock

31. maj 2011 | Posted by | Category: athelas

Præsentation af den iscenesatte koncert Tick Tack Tock, som opføres onsdag d.1/6-2011.
Herunder interview med scenografen Jacob Schokking.

Produceret af Jesper Steen Andersen

Link til forsiden - Ministeriet for Videnskab Teknologi og Udvikling Tid: 07. juni 2011 kl. 10.00 til 15.00

Sted: KUA, bygn. 22, Aud. 22.0.11, Njalsgade 120

Arrangør: Det nationale netværk for IKT-støttet læring og Videnskabsministeriet


Audio i læring, forskning og formidling

Det nationale netværk for IKT-støttet læring inviterer alle undervisere, forskere og e-læringskonsulenter m.fl. på danske universiteter til seminaret Audio i læring, forskning og formidling – Den oversete lyd.

Om dagens program

Dagens program henvender sig til alle, som har lyst til at lade sig udfordre og høre om måder at bruge lydmediet på til undervisnings- og formidlingsopgaver.

Temaet er Den oversete lyd. Lyd er en størrelse, de færreste af os lægger mærke til, men faktisk har den afgørende betydning for, hvordan de budskaber, vi gerne vil formidle, bliver modtaget. Så det smalle emne ‘lyd’ er altså samtidig muligt at brede ud i en meget mere omfattende kontekst, der bevæger sig inden for de tre kerneopgaver: Forskning, undervisning og formidling. Temaet udmønter sig på denne måde i innovativ læring og formidling.


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Create your own announcement + Opening reminder 30.05.2011
radioCona OPEN CALL: radio art & sound art works
Radio As An Arts Space CONA Institute for Contemporary Arts Processing www.cona.si

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Reconfiguring radio – Call for Papers

PhD summer school

July 7-8

Organized by LARM Audio Research Archive and The PhD Programme in Cultural Studies, Literature and the Arts, The University of Copenhagen

No longer a young medium, radio keeps redefining itself. Today, the introduction of digital technologies alter not only the ways in which radio is distributed and received, but also the ways in which radio broadcastings are produced and perceived. New types of podcasted or streamed audio question the reach and relevance of the term radio, while at the same time realizing and re-articulating some of the visions associated with early broadcasting.

This course takes the present transformations of the medium as an opportunity to discuss new concepts of radio, while keeping in mind that radio has always been subject to reconfigurations along the lines of ideological, political, social and technological currents. Considering new forms of online radio and distribution of sound through mobile media, the course encourages consideration of cultural, social, political and aesthetic aspects of new radio. We welcome participation from PhD’s and postdocs from all areas of cultural studies, anthropology, art history, media studies, journalism, and communication studies as well as from practice fields such as art, design and architecture.


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Danmarks største festival for ny musik sætter fokus på dansk og tysk musik, teater, litteratur og lydkunst med verdensberømte ensembler og solister. Det sker på Republique i København 27. maj – 4. juni. Festivalen henvender sig til alle, som interesserer sig for partiturmusik – og for teater, improvisationskunst, lydkunst og anvendt lyddesign.

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KUNST & ÆTER / d. 25. – 29. maj

Overgaden Neden Vandet 17

Fernisering d. 24. maj kl. 17 – 20

LYDWERK og SNYK præsenterer: KUNST & ÆTER Et eksperiment hvor radio møder kunst, der finder sted på museet Overgaden på Christianshavn og Københavns Universitetsradio 95,5 fm. I fem dage vil en gruppe radioværter tilknyttet DR’s reportageredaktion og fem eksperimenterende lydkunstnere udfordre opfattelsen af og forventningen til lyd, kunst og radio. De deltagende lydkunstnere og radiomagere er: Rune Søchting, Linn Halvorsrød (NO), Morten Riis, Michael Mørkholt, Ursula Nistrup, Ole Fugl, Camille Gudmand Lange, Ida Sass, Lasse Lauridsen.

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DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS JULY 1, 2011 11:59pm (EST) digitalculture [at] newschool.edu MobilityShifts When: October 10-16, 2011 Where: The New School, New York City http://mobilityshifts.org MOBILITYSHIFTS IS: provocative conversations, original ideas, engaging performances, workshops and art projects about digital learning. Where, when, how, and even what we are learning is changing. Digital learning is not only taking place online or in the university classroom but is also situated in museums, after school programs, living rooms, public libraries and peer-to-peer universities. The future of learning will not be solely

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“Media History and Cultural Memory” (XXIV International Conference on History and Media), University of Copenhagen, July 6-9, 2011, organized by the International Association for Media and History (IAMHIST) in conjunction with the Department for Media, Cognition & Communication, Faculty of Humanities, the Centre for Bible and Cultural Memory, Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen, and the Historical Journal of Film, Radio & Television. LARM Audio Research Archive will participate in two Panels: Radio and Sound History

  • Bente Larsen (Copenhagen), Radio and Auditory Cultural Heritage Archivesas Memory Systems: the Case of LARM Audio Research Archive.
  • Heidi Svømmekjær (Roskilde), Filling the Gaps. Radio Archives and the Lost Sounds.
  • Torsten Andreasen (Copenhagen), Productive and Constitutive Aspects of Cultural Memory Media.
Sound and Memory
  • Christian Hviid Mortensen (Odense), Radio in a Museological Context.
  • Jan-Phillipp Holzapfel (Freiburg), The Most Trustworthy First-hand Knowledge of the Past’: the Foundation of a Danish National Historical Archive of Voices and the Politics of Memory.
  • Joelle Neulander (South Carolina), Commercial Radio in the Aftermath of World War Two: Marcel Bleustein Blanchet, Autobiography, and the Shaping of the Memory of Early French Radio.

For more information: http://www.iamhist.dk/

Seminar: Monday 6 June 2011, 10.30-4.00, University of Leeds Please note that funds are available to support PhD students wishing to attend this seminar. This will take the form of a contribution to travel expenses. To apply, please send your contact details and an estimate of your total travel costs to ics-conferences@leeds.ac.uk. ++++++++++++ The emergence of digital radio in the UK has been described, at different times, as hugely successful and as utterly disastrous. Certainly, in comparison with other countries, digital radio is well developed in the UK; however, in marked contrast with digital television, more than a decade after its launch digital radio still accounts for a small percentage of overall listening, and its growth is slower than most had forecast. Government policy is that most analogue radio stations should follow their TV counterparts and switch to digital-only operation in the near rather than distant future, suggesting 2015 as a target date – a date widely regarded as over ambitious.

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Recognizing the increasing significance of media art for our culture, this conference series on the Histories of Media Art will discuss for the first time the history of media art within the interdisciplinary and intercultural contexts of the histories of art. Numerous individuals and institutions collaborate to produce the international art history conference series covering art and new media, art and technology, art-science interaction, and the history of media as pertinent to contemporary art.

Conference Series on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology – Mission

The fourth International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology, Rewire, will be hosted by FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) and held in Liverpool, UK, from 28th September to 1st October 2011, In collaboration with academic partners: Liverpool John Moores University, CRUMB at the University of Sunderland, the Universities of the West of Scotland and Lancaster, and the Database of Virtual Art at the Dept. for Image Science. A new widespread condition of sociability invites a questioning of the role of media art practice and new media histories in the context of wider cultural and technological developments, and Rewire aspires to do just that. Thank you for submitting your proposals and for your continued interest in Rewire 2011. The co-chairs, advisors and Media Art History board are delighted by the level of interest and the number of submissions that have been received this year. Applicants who have submitted proposals to the conference should expect to hear if their paper has been accepted into the conference programme by the end of April 2011. For more information: http://www.mediaarthistory.org/