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Saturday, May 21 • 1:00pm - 1:30pm
Soundwalk FULL

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This excursion asks participants to become mindful to their sonic environment (or soundscape), whether indoors or out. The small group walks together while listening closely to their surroundings, considering all sounds as phenomena worthy of attention. As historian Emily Thompson notes, the soundscape is “simultaneously a physical environment and a way of perceiving that environment.” The walk lasts 30 minutes, with 15 minutes of discussion at the end.

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Talent
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Anna Friz

Anna Friz got her start in campus/community radio at CiTR Vancouver in 1993. Since then she has created audio art and radiophonic works for extensive international broadcast, installation, or performance in more than 25 countries. She also creates dynamic, atmospheric compositions for theatre, dance, film, and solo performance equally able to reflect upon public media culture or to reveal expressive interior landscapes. Anna holds a Ph.D. in... Read More →

Program Themes
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Radio & the Radiophonic

“Radio” today describes an idea as much as any particular communications technology. It has been almost one hundred years since the first wireless broadcasts for entertainment, and radio seems livelier than ever: from AM, to FM, to HAM, to satellite, with internet streaming, apps and podcasts, this sound medium knows no bounds. So, what is radio today? And how has this technology sustained so much... Read More →



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