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
October 2015 By Erik Summerville Borderbend Arts Collective, Pullman National Monument and State Historic Site, Outdoor Afro, and Midwest Society for Acoustic Ecology (MSAE) co-presented a multi-faceted community engagement sound event at Chicago’s Pullman National Monument and State Historic Site on Saturday, October 3rd. Eric […]
Sound experts make art of the noise all around us – Chicago Tribune… http://t.co/2sbgJ4PINK — MSAE (@MidwestSocAE) January 19, 2015
All are invited to a soundwalk in Ryerson Woods, Riverwoods, IL, followed by a performance by Chicago Phonography at the Brushwood Center, 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Sunday, January 25, 2015. This event is free and open to the public, and co-presented by the Midwest Society for Acoustic Ecology and the World Listening Project.
2-5 PM Sunday, September 7
At the beach next to The Waterfront Cafe, in Berger Park
This series of live performances responds to and highlights Chicago’s proximity to water. The compositions and scores – involving multiple performers and solo performances – reflect, react to, or personify the sounds of water.
MSAE Member, Eric Leonardson is the “Acoustic Ecology MC”
Organized by 6018NORTH
This musical series responds to and highlights Chicago’s location next to water. From compositions and scores involving multiple performers to solo performances, this series highlights music that reflects, reacts to, or personifies the sounds of water. Essential to existence yet abundant, water is both profoundly symbolic and an elemental material. The performances – sited near water – draw metaphorically and/or actually from the sounds of water.
The 2011 Sound Art Theories Symposium happens November 5 and 6, in the Columbus Drive Auditorium at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Meetings, radio broadcasts, exhibitions, soundwalks
October MSAE Meeting
7:30 pm Thursday, October 7, Star Lounge Coffee Bar 2521 W. Chicago Ave., Chicago, IL 60622. 773-384-7827 (Star Lounge closes at 9:00, so this won’t last long unless we decide to continue across the street at The Beetle.) World Listening Project activities will be discussed. An agenda will be posted soon to MSAE list.
Aural Architecture broadcast on WNUR
7:30 pm Thursday, October 7, WNUR 89.3 FM, 1877 Campus Drive, Evanston, IL 60208. 847-866-9687 Admission: $5 suggested donation for those attending the event. Listen on 89.3FM or the live-stream on http://www.wnur.org. This event is part of the Fifth Annual Chicago Calling Arts Festival.
The Corpse – MSAE Soundwalk
2–4:00 pm Saturday, October 16. Beginning at The Corpse Performance Space | The Green Lantern gallery, this soundwalk engages participants a important facet of the Ukrainian Village/Humboldt Park neighborhood that’s often ignored: its soundscape. The Corpse | The Green Lantern, 2542 W. Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60622 E-mail: email@example.com Soundwalkposter
World Listening Project – framework:afield – Episode 3
World Listening Project’s framework:afield mini-series aired on September 26. “Collected Ear” was curated by Chicago artist Andy Armstrong. This episode focuses on “…a somewhat diverse array of raw, relatively unprocessed recordings, calling to attention more personal/unique interpretations of field recording, regardless of fidelity…to provide you with a seamless conversation between people, objects, and places.”
Deborah Stratman’s “Tactical Uses of a Belief in the Unseen”
Sound installation on exhibit until Saturday, Oct. 16, 2010 Gahlberg Gallery, College of DuPage, Glen Ellyn IL 60137. Tel.: 630-942-4000 (The exhibit was reviewed by Peter Margasak in the Chicago Reader, and a “critics’ picks” in Artforum.)
Giant Ear))) ASAE “Listening for the Future” wrap-up, plus Chicago Phonography
Return here for further information when available, we will post it here.
The proceedings of “Listening for the Future” the American Society for Acoustic Ecology’s first-ever national symposium and retreat are to be published soon. Read a conference report published in the Sept/Oct WFAE Online Newsletter.