Chicago Wildsounds is proud to present “Rooted in Sound: A Night of Soundscapes” at DePaul Art Museum 5:30pm on Thursday, March 5, 2015. Featuring lecture by Dr. Bryan Pijanowski, one of today’s leading acoustic ecologists, and sound performances by Zach Moore and Owen Davis.
5PM Sunday, April 28, 2013 The New England Forum for Acoustic Ecology (NEFAE) present talks, a reception, and concert featuring special guest Eric Leonardson and members of NEFAE. The event will be held at Studio Soto, 10 Channel Center St., Boston. For more information visit our Facebook Event at https://www.facebook.com/events/643741188986200/
The ASAE is a membership organization dedicated to exploring the role of sound in natural habitats and human societies and promoting public dialogue concerning the identification, preservation, and restoration of natural and cultural sound environments.
My colleagues Gary Kolb, Dr. Peter Lemish and Megan Lotts and I have been busy over the past several months preparing a large scale initiative here in Carbondale centering on Antarctica. The initiative features lectures, films, panel discussions an installation and a concert event. […]
Listen and look at Steve Jones’s November 12, 2001 Presentation and Soundwalk at UIC Behavioral Sciences Building: Steve Jones, Ph.D. – Walter Netsch: Education, Sound, Urban Space & Mobility Download Steve Jones’s slideshow for his talk: NetschSoundwalk2011 [PDF 1.3 MB] Listen to Alison Cuddy’s 1-minute […]
Listen to “What If Sound Matters Too?: Revisiting the Potential for Healthy Soundscape,” Scott Bernstein’s talk at the Midwest Society for Acoustic Ecology meeting on Wednesday, September 21.
Scott Bernstein suggests that both reduced noise exposure and increased intentional soundscape enhancement is achievable, affordable, and even good for the economy, providing agendas for research, demonstration, and local policies that can make healthy soundscapes attainable.
News of the results of the American Society for Acoustic Ecology’s first-ever national symposium and Board of Directors’ retreat is spreading. Hosted by the Midwest Society for Acoustic Ecology and World Listening Project, Listening for the Future helped raise awareness of acoustic ecology in Chicago, and it is hoped, positions the ASAE for a more active role in building awareness about acoustic ecology, and helping individuals who seek to actively engage and apply its ideas and practices through more effective leadership.
Eric Leonardson’s report about Listening for the Future was published in the September/October 2010 World Forum for Acoustic Ecology (WFAE) Newsletter. New York Society for Acoustic Ecology member and ASAE Treasurer, Edmund Mooney reported on Listening for the Future for the 2010 issue of Soundscape, The Journal of Acoustic Ecology.
Visit the ASAE “Listening for the Future” symposium page to see the variety and sequence of the symposium’s events. Check back to mwsae.org for the conference proceedings to be published on this website.
Also, see photos and listen to some of the sounds from our symposium on our Facebook page.
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 […]