Volume 1, Issue 1, 2021 openwork-1: Listening openwork is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes research into experimental music, art, and scholarship. Interdisciplinary in scope, our journal promotes new modes of interaction between scholars and practitioners whose work critically re-listens, through and across, boundaries and constraints. CALL FOR PROPOSALS: ESSAYS, CREATIVE TEXTS, ARTWORKS Listening as a concept…
The McGill Music Graduate Students’ Society is pleased to announce its 34rd annual Symposium on March 12–14, 2021 – abstracts must be received by Friday, January 1, 2021.
CSI/ECI seeks contributions for a special issue relating to all aspects of music-making and music consumption in the COVID-19 pandemic and post-pandemic era for a Fall 2020 publication.
The Centre d’Expérimentation Musicale invites creators to apply for a creative music production residency. Along with musicians which are CEM members, the guest artists will be asked to perform one or many works in front of an audience. Those works will be shot with multiple cameras and multitrack recorded. This broadcast-quality recording will be available on the Web.
The Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences at Simon Fraser University (SFU) is pleased to announce five Jack and Doris Shadbolt Fellowships in the Humanities for the 2020-21 academic year.
The SpokenWeb research network seeks proposals for the interdisciplinary symposium Listening, Sound, Agency, to be held at Concordia University in Montreal, 17-18 July 2020.
Scholars and artists to submit proposals for research articles, reviews, and oral histories for upcoming issues of Jazz and Culture.
Sonorities invites submissions of proposals for talks, demos and panel sessions for a symposium in April 2020 in Belfast Ireland.
The Polish Journal of Aesthetics invites submissions for the volume ‘Improvisation in contemporary art’ devoted to the contemporary approach to improvisation.
They invite submissions from theoreticians in all areas of art, and researchers studying models of activity, as well as from practitioners – artists who are actively involved in improvisation within the framework of their activities.
The IICSI and Coastal Jazz invite proposals for papers and presentations for our eleventh colloquium in Vancouver, British Columbia—Agile Futures: Approaching Improvisation.