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NAISA Sound Channel
Newsletter for February 2018 (Vol.13; Iss.2)
Produced by New Adventures in Sound Art
www.naisa.ca

1) ARTS MEETUPS in February
2) Deep Wireless Festival of Radio & Transmission Art 2018
3) Deep Wireless Performances February 3 & 10, 2018
4) Deep Wireless Exhibitions continues to April 16, 2018
5) Sound Camp Soundscape Workshop Intensive May 4-6, 2018

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1) ARTS MEETUPS
     Friday nights @ 7 pm, FREE
     NAISA North Media Arts Centre
     106 Ottawa Avenue, South River, ON
     http://naisa.ca/festivals/arts-meetups/

Join us Friday nights for a chance hear artist talks from our guest speakers or participate in an open sound art jam or a DIY workshop. Each week offers something different.

Feb 2: Artist Talk with Andrew O’Connor
Feb 9: Re-Collect / Re-Told Your Stories of New and Old - come add your voice to the mix
Feb 16: Artist Talk by Alexis O’Hara and opening of her Installation Exhibition Squeeeeque - The Improbable Igloo
Feb 23: Re-Collect / Re-Told Your Stories of New and Old - come add your voice to the mix

2) Deep Wireless Festival of Radio & Transmission Art
     January 17 - April 16, 2018
     http://naisa.ca/festivals/deep-wireless

New Adventures in Sound Art is pleased to launch the 17th edition of the Deep Wireless Festival of Radio & Transmission Art. Deep Wireless 2018 opens with Art’s Birthday celebration activities on January 17th and continues with performances, special radio broadcasts, workshops and interactive installations.

The Deep Wireless festival has been celebrating the art of the aural imagination since 2002 with annual performances, broadcasts, workshops and many special events. This year's theme is Sonic Reflections. Reflections of South River that are broadcast out into the world and reflections of the world resonating in our memories and imagination — Darren Copeland, NAISA Artistic Director

3) Remaining Deep Wireless Performances
     February 3 & 10, 2018
     NAISA North Media Arts Centre
     106 Ottawa Avenue, South River, ON
     http://naisa.ca/performances/upcoming-performances/

Concert - Sonic Reflections: People and Place
February 3, 7 pm $10

Featured in this concert is a performance by Andrew O’Connor of his piece RavenSpeak along with radio art works by Jenni Schine and Sarah Dew. The works in this show reflect on people and their relationship to place - the mythologies and the stories people tell about themselves and about the other creatures that inhabit their world.

Concert - Sound Memories
February 10, 8 pm $10

Photographs trigger memories of places we have visited. Sound recordings of those same places often give us a chance to relive those moments and even re-experience them on an emotional and visceral level. The artists included on this concert use sound recordings from across Europe and eastern North America to re-live experiences from their past while introducing us - the listening audience - to a new world that might resonate with our own. Included are works by James Andean, Stefana Fratila, Daniel Linn-Pearl, and the duo Guillaume Côté and Guillaume Campion.

4) Deep Wireless Exhibitions
     NAISA North Media Arts Centre
     106 Ottawa Avenue, South River, ON
     Thurs-Sun 10-4 pm PWYC

Re-Collect / Re-Told Your Stories of New and Old
January 4 – April 16, 2018

NAISA is presenting a collection of stories as told by children, parents and grandparents in the region in this interactive exhibit matched with historic photos of South River to tell the story of our community and our place in the Near North. Come add your voice to the mix!

Squeeeeque - The Improbable Igloo by Alexis O’Hara
February 16 – April 16, 2018

Squeeeeque - The Improbable Igloo is a sound installation that encourages collaborative sound making between strangers. Its intimate space encourages the loss of inhibition. With mics in hand, strangers collaborate in song, their voices enhanced by sonic embellishments. Inspired by the architectural marvel that is the igloo, this installation also pays homage to the geodesic domes of the great thinker and architect, Buckminster Fuller.

5) Sound Camp Soundscape Workshop Intensive
     May 4 - 6, 2018
     NAISA North Media Arts Centre
     106 Ottawa Avenue, South River, ON
     $200 including accommodation / $100 without accommodation
     For Info and Registration: http://naisa.ca/education/intensives/

After the stillness of winter, springtime in the Almaguin Highlands awakens the ears to a suddenly active soundscape of birds, frogs and the drumming of the ruffed grouse. The first weekend of May provides an exciting opportunity for nature-lovers, soundscape recordists and birders a chance to enjoy this awakening of the soundscape. Events include a Friday night Arts Meetup artist talk about soundscape recording, a Saturday “dawn chorus” soundwalk, a hands-on workshop on soundscape recording, editing and mixing, and for those not able to travel to the Almaguin Highlands, a 24-hour online broadcast of the soundscape from Warbler’s Roost in Lount Township on NAISA Radio. Listeners can also enjoy a 24-hour sequence of dawn chorus live broadcasts from around the world courtesy of Réveil / Sound Camp broadcasts at this link: http://www.soundtent.org/soundcamp_listen.html


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New Adventures in Sound Art is a non-profit organization that presents performances and installations spanning the entire spectrum of sound art. NAISA is partially funded by the Department of Canadian Heritage, Ontario Arts Council, Canada Council for the Arts and the SOCAN Foundation.

NAISA North Media Arts Centre is Partially Accessible

Inquiries & general information:
Nadene Thériault-Copeland
Executive Director
New Adventures in Sound Art

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