BEEP, Blops, and Bloops -
Concert and Demo for Philly Tech Week 2016
Join BEEP in our last (FREE!) performance of the semester for Philly Tech Week 2016 #ptw16! BEEP will play a set of 5 pieces, including two premiere performances of pieces by Michael McDermott and Ryan Olivier; afterwards, there will be a really exciting music technology demo! Bring your music and tech loving friends!
The Boyer Electroacoustic Ensemble Project (BEEP) and the Center for the Performing and Cinematic Arts at Temple University will present an afternoon of innovative music, dance, and music technology in the lobby of the Temple Performing Arts Center (TPAC). This event will feature a concert performance by BEEP of some of the most creative Philadelphia composers working with emerging digital technology for music performance and production. There will be a fun hands-on demonstration of analog modular synthesizers. Participants can learn more about physical computing— including the opportunity to collaboratively play video games on a giant multi-screen array using sensor-embedded glove controllers designed by Temple students. Please join us for and an afternoon of fun with emerging art and music technology! All ages are welcome! (from the PTW website)
Founded in 1984, The Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS) is a non-profit national organization of composers, performers, and teachers of electro-acoustic music representing every part of the country and virtually every musical style. Electro-Acoustic music is a term used to describe those musics which are dependent on electronic technology for their creation and/or performance.
SEAMUS is committed to facilitating member interaction and the dissemination of their work through an annual national conference, juried recording projects, and the publication of Journal SEAMUS.
BEEP will perform an improvisation set on the Nowhere Festival of Free Improvisation in Sound and Movement, following at panel discussion on free improv at Temple University.
The Impermanent Society of Philadelphia (ISOP) presents the NowHere Festival of Free Improvisation in Sound and Movement, October 19 - October 25 2015 to be held at the Mascher Space Cooperative (155 Cecil B Moore Avenue, Philadelphia)
Dedicated to promoting the Free Improvisation artform, the festival will include world-class movement and sound artists from across the US and Philadelphia.
The week long festival includes a wide range of programming:
• 3 days/ 4 shows of Performance *Schedule Now Available*
• Week long Adult Master Classes
• Youth education
• Panel Discussion at Temple University Friday 10/23 1PM - 3PM
• Scholarly presentation throughout the festival
Individual Performances: $15, $10 Artist/ Student/ Senior discount*
Festival Pass (Includes all performances): $35
Advanced Tickets Now Available via Artful.ly, click below
• Friday Evening October 23 - Individual Performance
• Saturday Matinee October 24 - Individual Performance
• Saturday Evening October 24 - Individual Performance
• Sunday Evening October 25 - Individual Performance
• Festival Pass - All Performance 10/23 - 10/25
* Please note - Artist/ Student/ Senior discount tickets are only available at the door
BEEP will perform an improvised set at the H-O-T series!
The H-O-T Series of Philadelphia is a series curated by dance artist Loren Groenendaal and experimental percussionist flandrew fleisenberg that features improvisational dance and music from local and touring artists. The series highlights the playful interaction between movement and sound artists as live composition. H-O-T happens about once every two months and usually takes place at Mascher Space Co-operative.
Friday, October 9, 2015
Doors open at 7:30, Performance starts at 8:00pm
Mascher Space Co-operative
155 Cecil B. Moore Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19122
Tickets at the door: $5-10 sliding scale
ARTISTS this MONTH:
Daniel Fishkin (aka Daniel Prince), Daxophone, PHL
Wayne Junction (aka David M. Hilbert), electronics, PHL
Connor Przybyszewski, trombone, PHL
Stanley Schumacher, trombone, PA
BEEP (Temple University EAI group), PHL
JAmes Wadsworth Strong, stuff, PA
Adam Kerbel, PHL
Megan Stern, PHL
Julie Verdone, PHL
Haylee Warner, PHL
becca weber, UK/PHL
In addition to awesome performances, learn more about the new Impermanent Society of Philadelphia and the inaugural upcoming NowHere Festival October 19-25.
BEEP will perform a concert of works using live computer processing. The music will feature found objects, video games, and the sounds of NASA.
NEW YORK ELECTRONIC ART FESTIVAL 2015:
NYEAF aims to provide a discursive public context for the appreciation of cutting-edge electronic artwork, a showcase of exciting interdisciplinary work and technological virtuosity. Attendees get an overview of how technology is being used in various artistic disciplines, and will have the opportunity to take part in a discussion about how these technologies will continue to shape contemporary art practice.
The American Museum of the Moving Image
Alwan Center for the Arts
Made in NY Media Center by IFP
Two years have passed since the last New York Electronic Arts Festival, and we find ourselves in a world that is at once familiar and foreign. As we embrace the ethos of the 21st century, we see in technology that which is ubiquitous, indispensable, fun, terrifying, perplexing, astounding, frustrating and mysterious. Its rapid progress inspires, in each generation, a renewed desire to understand, use and develop technology in all its forms.
NYEAF 2015 was programmed with this in mind. Technology can play a role that is both daunting and exhilarating, and art is the most vital tool we have for realizing the potential of our technologies. We have organized this year’s festival around the theme of Plausible Worlds, a challenge to artists to define his/her/their relationship to art and technology and, through this, explore the limits of human agency and imagination.
For more information: http://www.harvestworks.org/new-york-electronic-art-festival/