ISATMA 2017 invites papers, workshops, and performances by scholars/practitioners who use adaptive technologies and music and media arts, to celebrate the playful and experimental memory of Pauline Oliveros and connect creatively across abilities, bodies, and cultures.
Professional and emerging artists from the Yukon, northern neighbours and circumpolar countries are encouraged to the Jenni House Artist Residency.
The Koumaria Residency 2017 is looking for sound artists, dancers / performers, photographers, video artists, programmers and DIY makers to work on a multidisciplinary projectSoundscapes/Landscapes_Rizome III – Sparta and its environs. This involves a sound walk application together with DIY wearables and DIY electronics.
The IICSI and Coastal Jazz invite proposals for papers and presentations for our ninth colloquium in Vancouver, British Columbia— Lines of Flight: Improvisation, Hope and Refuge.
CFP: 2017 Guelph Jazz Festival Colloquium – Partnering for Change: Learning Outwards from Jazz and Improvisation
The IICSI, in partnership with the Guelph Jazz Festival and the University of Guelph, invites proposals for presentations at our annual interdisciplinary international conference taking place in September 2017.
Deadline April 30, 2017.
This year’s McGill-IICSI conference (in association with IPLAI) is focused on improvisation and listening, with a particular emphasis on Pauline Oliveros. We encourage proposals on any aspect of Oliveros’ myriad practices —or on topics that she has helped formulate. Deadline Feb. 1, 2017
IICSI invites interdisciplinary contributions to the 2017 IICSI conference and festival at the University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, on the theme of “Improvisation and Mobility”.
“Re/Sounding Jazz” Aug 31-Sep 3, 2017 The Fifth International Rhythm Changes Conference ‒ “Re/Sounding Jazz” ‒ will take place at the Conservatory of Amsterdam from August 31 to September 3,…
OPIRG-Guelph welcomes proposals for the symposium Crackdowns and Creativity Organizing and Resistance in 2017 and Beyond
The third international Dalcroze Studies conference, ‘The living moment: Exploring improvisational practice,’ is seeking presentations on improvisation, as it relates to Dalcroze Eurhythmics and music, movement and the mindful body more broadly.