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Matt Rogalsky: Rainforest V (Variation 1) at MOMA

From October 2019, The Museum of Modern Art in New York City will be exhibiting a large-scale sound sculpture work Rainforest V (Variation 1) created by Prof. Matt Rogalsky in collaboration with sound artists John Driscoll and Phil Edelstein. The piece was acquired by MoMA for its permanent collection

Golam Rabbani: The Comparative Media Arts Journal

Dan School Teaching Fellow Golam Rabbani has had an article entitled “Heterogeneity and Baul Spirituality: The Songs of Baul Taskir Ali in Bangladesh” published in The Comparative Media Arts Journal available online through Simon Fraser University. http://www.sfu.ca/cmajournal/issues/issue-six–aesthetics-of-heterogeneity/golam-rabbani.html

Julia Brook: Using Photo Elicitation

Using Photo Elicitation to Examine Students’ Perceptions of a Sistema-Inspired Program by Julia Brook and Regina-Veronicka Kalaydina. A paper presented at the International Society for Music Education (ISME) Research Commission at the Canadian University Dubai. Dubai, UAE. 9 July. http://isme.cud.ac.ae/

John Burge: Twenty-four Preludes

Twenty-four Preludes composed by John Burge and presented in lecture-recital; Ten Approaches to Creativity: A Canadian Composers Works with a Snowdrift presentation by Burge; and Preparing Your Students for Careers in Music. All part of the Royal Conservatory of Music’s Summer Summit, Toronto, 11-12 August,

Kelsey Jacobson: Through the Fictive to the Real(ish)

Through the Fictive to the Real(ish): Affective Time and the Representation of ‘Real Newfoundland’ in Rising Tide Theatre’s Trinity Pageant.” By Kelsey Jacobson. 2018. Theatre Research in Canada/Recherches théâtrales au Canada, 39:1, 43-58. “Accuracy and Ethics, Feelings and Failures: Youth experimenting with documentary practices of

Triggering Our Collective Memory

Dr. Stephanie Lind is the recipient of a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Development Grant for “Triggering Our Collective Memory: How Tropes in Video Game Music Create Immersion”. The research project will map “game culture” references and how they are perceived by players

Good Fences’s Scripted Truths

“Good Fences’s Scripted Truths: Cultivating Dialogue in Post-Real Times.” By Kelsey Jacobson.  2018. Canadian Theatre Review Post-Truth edited by Matt Jones and Barry Freeman, 175, 8-12, DOI: 10.3138/ctr.175.002