The newsletter features reports on the Sound Megalopolis conference held in March in Mexico City
In this article by Michael Miner, published in the Chicago Reader, it’s hard to understand how the author, Michael Miner, can be “agnostic” about the debate when plenty of evidence exists to prove that infrasound (very low frequency vibration) can and does cause significant health problems.
Monday, April 20 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Conaway Center, 11 S. Wabash Ave., 1st floor
Columbia College, Chicago, IL 60605.
Listening to Our Planet is a daylong event that celebrates the Earth and its natural beauty and resources, and raises awareness about environmental issues. This multi-disciplinary event is a part of Columbia College’s Critical Encounters Earth Week 2009 program, organized under the theme of “Human / Nature” http://www.colum.edu/criticalencounters/
Listening to Our Planet will showcase art works by individuals and community groups, including the World Listening Project. Participating departments and programs include the Columbia College English Department and New Millennium Studies program.
For more info contact Daniel Godston email@example.com
Wednesday, April 15, 2009 (6:30 p.m.) Ferguson Theater at Columbia College Chicago 600 S. Michigan Ave. free and open to the public Founding members of the World Listening Project, Brett Balogh, Chad Clark, Daniel Godston, Eric Leonardson, and Jesse Seay will hold a panel discussion […]
announcement of the founding of the Midwest Society for Acoustic Ecology (MSAE), an affiliate of the American Society for Acoustic Ecology and the World Forum of Acoustic Ecology.