Sound Education Experience

Work presentation

Programme:
10:00 – 18:00 Open exhibitions of soundworks across two listening room in The EMS, featuring 30+ women from across the UK & Europe.
10:30 – 12:30 Synth building workshop in RHB 167, led by Ewa Justka & Tara Pattenden.
13:30 – 18:00 Afternoon programme of talks and discussion in RHB 274
13:30 Welcome and Opening Comments [Lisa Busby]
13:45 Performance of three scores by Catherine Clover
14:00 Keynote presentation by Liz Dobson
14:30 – 15:30 Papers
• Magz Hall – Radio art and pushing against gender assumptions of electronic ‘tinkering’ as a male preserve
• Cláudia Martinho – The sonic space as vibration
• Julia Eckhardt – Q-O2 research on the influence on gender and sex on a sounding practice
16:00 – 16:45 Shared Autoethnographic Perspectives [Chair – Annie Goh]
• Lydia Luke – ‘All the times I was told no’
• Emma Winston – ‘Don’t Make Me Go Outside: Feminine melancholy, recovery, and rejecting resilience through electronic music’.
16:45 – 17:30 ‘Women, grassroots, and DIY’ Panel Discussion [Chair – Lisa Busby] Panel guests Rose Dagul, Vera Vidal, Ingrid Plum, and Cristina Ramos González
17:30 – 18:00 Closing Comments and Discussion: Feminist technological utopias [Chair Patricia Alessandrini]
18:30 – 20:30 Evening Concert Programme in RHB 167 Featuring Una Lee, Leanne Cunningham, Ellie Rusbridge, Lydia Luke, Lia Mice and Nour Emam [Host – Steph Horak]

More info:
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