Monday, 18 November 2013
Monday, 21 October 2013
Saturday, 30 March 2013
A series of free hands-on workshops as part of UNDERCONSTRUCTION, a collaborative exhibition taking place at Catalyst Arts throughout April.
Saturday, 1 December 2012
Sound On A String
8-11/12/12, Sonic Arts Research Centre.
Installation launch party:
Saturday 8th December @ 19.00
Live DJ set
QUBe, featuring works for the installation
Tuesday 11th December @ 20.00
Sound on a String is a new interactive sound installation that brings the tin can telephone into the digital age. Visitors are invited to explore the installation and interact with the bespoke digital tin can telephones in the unique environment of the Sonic Arts Research Centre’s Sonic Lab. Sound on a String augments the tin can telephone experience allowing visitors to capture, manipulate, transform and move their voice in the three-dimensional space of the Sonic Lab as they collaborate with other visitors in creating a longitudinal soundscape of tin can messages. Welcoming audiences of all ages, the installation provides a captivating and fun multi-sensory experience.
Sound On A String is created by members of SARC’s Sound and Interactivity Group: Adnan Marquez-Borbon, Cavan Fyans, Javier Jaimovich and Paul Stapleton.
Sound On A String is Funded by Dublin City of Science and Sponsored by EARS (Electronic Arts Research Society)
Thursday, 12 May 2011
Monday, 11 April 2011
OPEN EARS - Open Call for Innovative Technology Enhanced Performance
Open Ears is a student led initiative whose motivation is to provide an opportunity for local artists to perform in the Sonic Arts Research Centre’s (SARC) ‘Sonic Lab’, providing the public with a free showcase of the best local talent in a prestigious venue. In keeping with the SARC ethos, we aim to showcase performers creatively utilising technology in their work.
We seek submissions from Northern Ireland based musicians and multi-media artists whose work lies in-between categories: the academic, popular, experimental and traditional, and who make inspirational use of technology in their performance practice.
While we unfortunately cannot pay performers, we will pay travel expenses and provide food and drinks on the night. PA and projection equipment will be provided, any special requirements must be sourced by successful applicants.
Submission guidelines (email links to: email@example.com):
1. Live performance
One audio or video example that is most representative of the artist’s work.
Short artist bio.
2. Audiovisual presentation
One video example that is most representative of the artists work.
Short artist bio.
Submissions MUST be received by Friday the 22nd of April 2011, with successful applicants notified at the beginning of May.
The concert is to take place in the Sonic Lab, Sonic Art Research Centre, Belfast on the evening of 21st May 2011.
The selection committee will consist of selected faculty from SARC and committee members of the QUB Electronic Arts Research Society (EARS).
The decision of the selection committee is final, correspondence will not be entered into with applicants.
Thursday, 3 March 2011
Limited spaces - Booking / enquiry: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Open Jack is analogue to common “open mic” events.
- Open Jack is a free stage for noisemakers and audiences.
- Bring any sound-making device or musical instrument & plug in / use a mic.