Indigenous Improvisation: Freedom and Responsibility is an international colloquium that brings together an array of Indigenous musicians and artists from Canada, the US, Norway, and Taiwan. Keynote speakers include Navajo composer Raven Chacon and Tagish art curator Candice Hopkins as well as Hopi lawyer and composer Trevor Reed. The colloquium takes place on July 4 & 5, 2018 at the MMaP Gallery, Arts and Culture Centre, St. John's, Newfoundland. Keynote talks will be livestreamed from the MMaP Research Centre facebook page. For more information see: www.indigenousimprovisation.wordpress.com
SOCAN Foundation/MusCan Awards for Writings on Canadian Music
Dear Colleagues / Chers, chères collègues :
Deadline and address for e-mailing of submissions:
Announcements for the SOCAN Foundation/MusCan Awards are available on the MusCan website:
Date limite de réception des articles :
Les annonces pour les Prix Fondation SOCAN/MusCan sont disponibles sur le site web
University of Toronto Multidisciplinary Creative Conference
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Friday September 21st(evening) – Sunday September 23rd 2018.
Faculty of Music, University of Toronto.
The University of Toronto Music Graduate Students’ Association is pleased to announce the second annual Multidisciplinary Creative Conference. This year’s theme is Empowerment Through Art and the conference committee invites submissions by graduate students in various disciplines in the format of research papers, collaborative workshops, performances, lecture-recitals, demonstrations and the like. Submissions that exemplify cross-disciplinary collaboration (i.e. multimedia performance, music and choreography, performance art, etc.) are strongly encouraged. Each panelist will be allotted 60 minutes of presentation time, which may be used in a combination of presentation and interactive workshop formats, including a question period.
CFP: International Conference on Mixed Music Pedagogy (ICOMMP-2018)
Deadline: 15 June 2018
Conference dates: 16-19 November 2018
McGill University and Université de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec
The International Conference on Mixed Music Pedagogy 2018 (ICOMMP-2018) will be the first event of its kind: a four-day research-creation conference on the pedagogy of mixed music (music combining acoustic and electronic sound sources). Led by artist-researchers and scholars at McGill University and the Université de Montréal, the conference will include public workshops, research colloquia, and concerts featuring guest artists and lecturers from Canada, the United States, France, and Portugal.
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