Communication often focuses on the sender, but what is possible when we consider our role as a receiver? What kind of communication is sense-based? Drawing on biological modes of communication, visitors will be invited to engage in practices of active and sensual listening.
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 MSAE members and teaching artists who use/explore/engage soundwalks in their socially engaged art practices.
Through listening exercises and dialogue participants will learn soundwalking as an ecological practice in a 3-hour workshop on the practical, sustainable implementation of artist-run organizations serving local communities based on recent experiences in Chicago and New York; Gutierrez, Long, and Leonardson will address these fundamental questions: (more…)