This soundwalk, led by artist and educator Eric Leonardson, will focus on night sounds around the Wauconda Area Library — a blend of forest and wetland soundscapes.
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We have filled all of our spots! If you would like to be added to our waitlist please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your interest!
We are thrilled to announce a very special opportunity for a field recording workshop in collaboration with Inferno Mobile Recording Studio, Experimental Sound Studio and West Ridge Nature Preserve. This is a one day workshop that will take you outside to record the soundscapes at West Ridge Nature Preserve and learn studio processing techniques at Experimental Sound Studio. Space is limited to ensure everyone has equipment. If you are interested do not delay on registration, we will only be able to take six people!
Registration opens Friday, 6/30 at 11am and closes Friday, 7/7 at 6pm.
Join us at sunrise on Make Music Day in a public, participatory performance of Dean Rosenthal: Stones/Water/Time/Breath led by MSAE founder Eric Leonardson
On April 6, 2017 Amanda Gutierrez, Norman W. Long, and Eric Leonardson provide a workshop on public engagement in urban soundscape awareness based on their recent experience collaborating in the Night Out In The Parks soundwalk series and The 606 Soundscape Project. All three are […]
On April 26 the Illinois News Bureau published Jodi Heckel’s feature with MSAE founder and co-chair Eric Leonardson on the benefits of soundwalks. On April 27 and 28 Leonardson is a guest of the Sonified Sustainability Festival at University of Illinois, in Champaign-Urbana where he […]
March 16, 2017: We are pleased to announce DNAinfo Chicago’s Rogers Park & Edgewater correspondent, Justin Breen posted an article about MSAE founder, Eric Leonardson and our second annual ‘Soundwalks In the Parks Series.’
Breen notes that support of the Chicago Park District’s Night Out In the Parks (NOITP) program helps Chicago teaching artists plan and lead our soundwalks. The schedule will be announced in early spring. Parks proposed for soundwalks this year include Ping Tom Park, Big Marsh, and West Ridge Nature Reserve, among others.
Also mentioned, Friday, March 17, Leonardson will present in the Shapiro Research Symposium with architect, Linda Nelson Keane, and artist, Lindsey M. French, at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s LeRoy Neiman Center.
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We are working to schedule a time to meet and discuss the Calling Frog Survey winter workshops before they start on February 11, 2017.