Visiting Practitioners Series
CRiSAP and LCC's Sound Arts & Design Department co-run a Visiting Practitioners Series of weekly talks at the college, exploring the diverse field of sound arts practice.
Cafe Oto hosting a very special night showcasing three exceptional sound artists playing through a bespoke 8-channel / 8-speaker set-up, with Kate Carr, Tom White and Mark Vernon, who will be performing Paper Gestures.
London College of Communication presents Unfolding Narratives, the first Work-In-Progress show highlighting projects from our LCC PhD students. Featured work includes: Mapping Experiences of Inner Sounds by Victoria Karlsson, Empathic Listening/Radical Listening by Katherine McBride and Africandescence by Judah Attille amongst others.
Unpredictable series presents: PIANO, TOYS, MUSIC & NOISE - a programme of events during Steve Beresford’s residency in Cafe Oto (6,7,8 March) on the occasion of his 70th birthday.
Bristol Re:sound is a sonic exploration of the relationship between the ever-changing and diverse makeup of the city’s inhabitants and the emergence of new creative technologies. As part of the days events, CRiSAP Doctor Jono Gilmurray of BIMM Institute will be leading two Sound Walks.
A full day of programmes by women about women - generally womxn friendly womxn produced - on Sunday 8th March for International Working Women's Day. Programmed by women - team Jude Cowan Montague, Pip McKenzie & Mia Kukathasan
Constructions is an ongoing series of experimental music performance events that includes a range of musical styles and genres. The show is curated by Kate Carr and Mat Jenner, with events taking place at TACO! or in locations around Thamesmead.
Call for Participation for the first Audio Testimonies Symposium, organised in collaboration between Bournemouth University and CRiSAP, now taking place online on 2-3 July 2020. We invite responses to the following Call for Participation.
For day two of Cafe Oto's fundraising week, they present the debut trio performance from acclaimed writer and musician, David Toop, alongside experimental vocalist, composer and arranger, Yifeat Ziv and electro-acoustic composer and performer, Lucie Stepankova; plus a rare solo set from the phenomenal vocalist and movement artist, Elaine Mitchener.
This year's LCC Staff Conference theme is 'Into the Wild' and will focus on our relationship with nature and responsibilities to the planet, acknowledging the value we place on an ecology beyond the humancentric. CRiSAP staff will be leading a 'Three Forays into the Wild with Sound”.
SRU present: AURALDIVERSITY: towards a greater awareness of differences in hearing and listening. Much in the world of music and sound studies operates from the assumption that everyone hears the same, or hears in the same way. Yet this is not so. Any individuals capacities will change of the course of a life time; people may differ in regard to their physical hearing apparatuses or the cognitive functions relating to audio processing and there are also cultural sensibilities and preferences at play.
This show focuses on sonic experiments, works in progress and field recordings taken during lockdown.