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From: SuperCollider Symposium London
Subject: SuperCollider Symposium, London April 2012: deadline extended
to 30th Oct
The SuperCollider Symposium 2012 is going to be fantastic. To make
sure you have a chance to get involved, we're extending the deadline
by two weeks - to 30TH OCTOBER.
That's almost three weeks from now, so get your ideas for talks,
music, exhibits, workshops polished up! The full call follows:
The SuperCollider Symposium is an international event for musicians,
artists, researchers and coders working with the SuperCollider
software. It features a technical conference, introductory workshops,
and a diverse programme of music and art.
The next SuperCollider Symposium will be April 12th–19th 2012, in London.
We invite submissions of music, artistic works, talks, and workshops.
Submissions will be peer-reviewed, and should be submitted by:
* Submission date: 16th Oct 2011 -- EXTENDED TO 30TH OCT
* Notification of acceptance: 2nd Dec 2011
The Symposium will be hosted at various venues across East London, by
QMUL Centre for Digital Music, Goldsmiths Digital Studios, City
University Centre for Music Studies, and other partners. All concerts,
performances and exhibitions will be open to the public.
Further details for submissions (plus submission instructions, at the end):
Conference talks are invited on topics of SuperCollider-related
research, technical development, or artistic/musical practice. (Note
that submission is by abstract only, there are no full papers.) Some
examples of subject areas include:
* Audio/music synthesis
* Interactive sound and music
* Machine listening
* Generative sound and music
* Artistic developments
* Teaching and Learning
* Creative Collaborations
* Extending SuperCollider
* Using SuperCollider with other environments
// CLUB MUSIC
The symposium will feature a club night in an East London venue.
Therefore we’re calling for submissions of music for dancing to. Acts
can be any style, but must include some substantial use of
// MUSICAL/SOUND WORKS
City University London in partnership with Plus-Minus ensemble
(http://www.plusminusensemble.com) will host an evening concert of
musical/sound works in City University Performance Space.
Works may fall into two categories: 1. purely
electronic/electroacoustic/acousmatic, or 2. instrument/s plus live
electronics. Available instruments are clarinet (doubling bass
clarinet), violin, and piano (doubling accordion). All works must
include some substantial use of SuperCollider.
8-channel loudspeaker ring with subs, plus on-stage stereo pair.
Alternative loudspeaker configurations may be possible.
// WORKS FOR EXHIBITION
The exhibition programme at the Symposium will be hosted at the Art
Pavilion gallery (Mile End Park, London E3 4QY) and in the adjoining
Arts Park, which features a small lake island. We seek proposals for
works small or large, which may be exhibited in the gallery space
and/or the outside space (lake, island, bridges). Proposals which make
use of the outside area are particularly encouraged. Works must
include some substantial use of SuperCollider.
Exhibition venue information:
* Webpage for the Art Pavilion (inc floor-plans):
* Map showing the building, the lake and the island:
* Photo inside gallery:
* Photo of the lake+island, with the gallery behind:
Please ensure that you include information of the space and materials
required for the work.
// WORKSHOP LEADERS
Workshops will be held Sat 14th & Sun 15th April (at Goldsmiths), for
beginner/intermediate-level users. We seek people who would like to
lead a workshop – workshop leaders will be given free admission to the
Symposium. Workshop themes can be general (e.g. Introduction to
SuperCollider) or can cover specific topics, but please target the
beginner/intermediate level. Examples of workshop topics:
* Sound synthesis
* Live coding
* GUI programming
* Interaction with live instruments
* SuperCollider for research
If you would like to propose some other event or feature of the
symposium, please do – giving as much information as possible.
// SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS (for all types):
Please email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org and include the
* The type of submission (concert / talk / club / installation /
workshop / other)
* Title (of piece, of talk, etc)
* A description or abstract (no more than 500 words).
* Any specific resources requested (e.g. materials, performers)
* For music/audio, an audio recording can be submitted to soundcloud
dropbox , or you can provide
a link to an online recording. It is not compulsory to send a media
file, but it will help your submission.
Any questions? please contact email@example.com or tweet @scsymposium.
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