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The SpokenWeb Podcast: Student Podcasting Workshop — Jun 22, 2022 (Events)

Virtual Participation

Hey, students! Did you know that as an undergraduate or graduate Research Assistant for SpokenWeb, you can pitch and produce podcast episodes for The SpokenWeb Podcast? On Wednesday, 22 June 2022, the two graduate students who make up the supervising production team—Kate Moffatt, supervising producer and project manager, and Miranda Eastwood, sound designer and audio […]

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Listening Together While Apart: Revisiting the SpokenWeb Collective Soundwalk — Jan 26, 2022 (Events)

Virtual Participation - Concordia University - https://concordia-ca.zoom.us/j/86592174159

This followup Listening Practice session will provide an opportunity for those who took part in the symposium activities to reconnect and discuss the experience as part of an open roundtable discussion

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Deep Listening®: extreme slow walk and the sonic art of breath: Pauline Oliveros text scores with Anne Bourne — Sep 29, 2021 (Events)

Virtual Participation - Concordia University

An extreme slow walk through the sound field where you live; the stimulation of the neurobiology of listening through Taoist Qi Gong practice and meridians; humming intimately the resonance of the body; a microtonal palette of vowels for slow breath song; a memory of sounds from footprints on a landscape.

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VIRTUAL LISTENING PRACTICE GUIDED BY Emma Telaro — Mar 17, 2021 (Events)

Virtual Participation - https://concordia-ca.zoom.us/j/9445298041

In this session, we will listen and read together, to reflect on the transformative potential of the letters. As we engage them in dialogic exchange, we will consider their aesthetic and political aims, their affective prowess, and their radical status as poetry.

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VIRTUAL LISTENING PRACTICE GUIDED BY Al Filreis — Feb 17, 2021 (Events)

Virtual Participation - https://concordia-ca.zoom.us/j/9445298041

SpokenWeb Co-Investigator Al Filreis (University of Pennsylvania) will play performances of two poems, Anne Waldman’s “Rogue State” and Erica Hunt’s “Broken English,” for participants. Following the poems, Al will guide participants through an open discussion of the performances and how we can talk about sound when the text being discussed isn’t a sound poem. 

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