Computer Music Seminar

  • Wed
    10
    Sep
    2014
    6:00 pmRoom 314C

    Hardcore digital noise music with a joystick, a gamer keypad, and an array of strobe lights.

     

  • Wed
    17
    Sep
    2014
    6:00 pmRoom 314C

    Dr. McGregor Boyle teaches Computer Music at Peabody Conservatory.

  • Wed
    24
    Sep
    2014
    6:00 pmRoom 314C

    Making Presentations in Peabody Computer Music Seminar

  • Wed
    24
    Sep
    2014
    6:00 pmRoom 314C

    "Harnessing the power of failure"

  • Wed
    01
    Oct
    2014
    6:00 pmRoom 314C

    International Computer Music Conference (ICMC2014): Report 1--The Event

  • Wed
    08
    Oct
    2014
    6:00 pmRoom 314C

    International Computer Music Conference (ICMC2014): Report 2--The Music

  • Wed
    15
    Oct
    2014
    6:30 pmMaryland Historical Society

    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts and the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance invite all to attend the Mayor’s Cultural Town Meeting.  The bi-annual event takes place on Wednesday, October 15.   Doors open at 6pm at the Maryland Historical Society, located at 201 W. Monument Street.  Mayor Rawlings-Blake, city officials, arts community leaders and residents gather to discuss the state of the arts in Baltimore City.  Guest speaker Jamie Hand, Director of Research Strategies for ArtPlace America, will addressCreative Placemaking: Arts and Culture Driving Baltimore’s Success.   Ms. Hand’s remarks and comments from the Mayor are followed by an open forum during which attendees may ask questions.  The Mayor’s Cultural Town Meeting is produced by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts in partnership with the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance.

    Jamie Hand was a design specialist at the National Endowment for the Arts, she launched and managed Our Town, the agency’s signature creative placemaking grant program, and oversaw the Mayors’ Institute on City Design and the Citizens’ Institute on Rural Design programs.  Hand holds an undergraduate degree in architecture from Princeton University and a Master of Design Studies in landscape urbanism from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design.

    The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization, serves as the official Baltimore City Arts Council, produces events and arts programs and manages several city-owned facilities.  Events and programs coordinated by BOPA include Creative Baltimore Fund, School 33 Art Center’s Open Studio Tour, Free Fall Baltimore, Baltimore Mural Program, Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower Studios, New Year's Eve and July 4th celebrations at the Inner Harbor, Artscape, Baltimore Book Festival and the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar.

    The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance nurtures and promotes the arts and cultural community, which is essential to quality of life in the region.  GBCA has more than 450 members including arts, culture, history, heritage, colleges, universities, sites, and attractions, and individual artists in Baltimore City and its five surrounding counties.  GBCA advocates for the arts and culture community and manages programs and services that support and grow the sector.

  • Wed
    22
    Oct
    2014
    6:00 pm314C

    "Modern Modular Synthesizers"

  • Wed
    29
    Oct
    2014
    6:00 pm314C

    "Spooky Beats"

     

  • Wed
    05
    Nov
    2014
    6:00 pm314C

    Joo Won Park is Visiting Assistant Professor at Oberlin Conservatory.

    100 Strange Sounds" (www.100strangesounds.com) is a collection of live electronic pieces for instruments and non-instruments. Each piece puts familiar sounds in a strange and beautiful sonic context.

     

  • Wed
    12
    Nov
    2014
  • Wed
    19
    Nov
    2014
  • Wed
    03
    Dec
    2014
    6:00 pmRoom 314C

    Guest Alumna Lecture
    "Handmade Concert/Conference collaboration with
    牯嶺街小劇場 Guling Street Avant-Garde Theatre, Taipai, Taiwan"

  • Wed
    10
    Dec
    2014

Over 45 Years of Looking to the Future