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Announcement - Acoustic Ecology Symposium 2003

Subject: Announcement - Acoustic Ecology Symposium 2003
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Date: Fri, 09 Aug 2002 10:55:22 -0700
Apologies for any cross/multiple posting<br>
 World Forum for Acoustic Ecology (WFAE)<br>
 ?... Acoustic Ecology ...?<br>
 an International Symposium<br>
 hosted by<br>
 Australian Forum for Acoustic Ecology (AFAE)<br>
 Victorian College of the Arts<br>
 and partners<br>
 Melbourne, Australia  19 - 23 March 2003.<br>
 Presenting a unique event which brings together the full range of issues <br>
 and disciplines within the field of acoustic ecology:  the relationship <br>
 between living organisms and the sonic environment.<br>
 Main themes:<br>
 ENVIRONMENT  - bioacoustics, national parks, field recording  <br>
 - natural soundscape<br>
 TECHNOLOGY - audio industry, digital media, virtual reality <br>
 - constructed soundscape<br>
 EDUCATION - pedagogy, resources, public programmes <br>
 - considered soundscape<br>
 CULTURE - history, sound art, language,  indigenous people <br>
 - human soundscape<br>
 DESIGN  - architecture, urban design, sound design <br>
 - designed soundscape<br>
 International and local guests include:<br>
 R. Murray Schafer (Canada) - Composer/Author/Teacher (confirmed)<br>
 Hildegard Westerkamp (Canada) - Composer/Researcher/Teacher (confirmed)<br>
 Elliott Berger (USA) - E.A.R. manufacturer hearing protection (EoI)<br>
 Bruce Johnson (Sydney)  - Musician and Cultural Historian (EoI)<br>
 Preliminary programme:<br>
 Invited presentations<br>
 Limited paper sessions (call for papers TBA)<br>
 Workshops and Forums<br>
 Sound Installations<br>
 Soundwalks and social events<br>
 Federation Hall<br>
 Victorian College of the Arts<br>
 Melbourne, Australia<br>
 Workshops, Paper Sessions: 19 - 20 March 2003<br>
 Presentations, Forums: 21 - 23 March 2003<br>
 More Details:<br>
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