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Heather Frasch (Ph.D. 2011)

Joins the team at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology NTNU as Associate Professor in Music Technology. Along with her commitment to creating dynamic and inclusive courses in Sound Art and Music Technology, she will be pursuing interdisciplinary research into the design of textural sonic environments and collaborating with colleagues to explore unstable performance systems.

 

LINK TO PERSONAL WEBSITE

 

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The Human Experience Within Art, Technology and Data

Collaborative Research Seminar HI 295

 

Carmine Cella

Music; Center for New Music and Audio Technologies

Lisa Wymore

Theater, Dance & Performance Studies

Greg Niemeyer

Art Practice; Berkeley Center for New Media

WHAT ROLE WILL THE ARTS & HUMANITIES PLAY IN THE FUTURE OF OUR

TECHNOLOGICALLY DRIVEN WORLD? What does data feel like, how does it touch us, and how do we

touch it? Who is influencing our machines with regard to how they see and understand the human

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CNMAT is hiring a new Program Officer

See below for details on the open position for a new Program Officer at CNMAT:

LINK TO POSITION ONLINE AT UC BERKELEY

 

Job Title

Program Officer (7377U) #17326

Job ID

17326

Location

Main Campus-Berkeley

 

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CNMAT Fall 2020 newsletter

The CNMAT Fall 2020 Newsletter is availabe for download here.

 

The CNMAT Users Group (CUG) have teamed with CNMAT's Associate Director, Richard Andrews, to conceive and produce this first edition of the CNMAT Newsletter.  CNMAT strives to be an open community of users and dedicated staff who work together. We continue to thrive both on-line and in person -- where allowed.  WOW, what a year!!!

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Ken Ueno

Ken Ueno, is a composer, vocalist, improviser, and sound artist.  His music celebrates artistic possibilities which are liberated through a Whitmanesque consideration of the embodied practice of unique musical personalities.

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Cindy Cox

Transparent yet richly multifaceted, Cindy Cox’s compositions synthesize old and new musical designs.  The natural world inspires many of the special harmonies and textural colorations in her compositions, as in her piano trio la mar amarga, the octet Cañon, and the string quartet Patagón.  As Robert Carl notes in Fanfare, “Cox writes music that demonstrates an extremely refined and imaginative sens

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Myra Melford

The pianist, composer, bandleader and professor Myra Melford—whom the New Yorker called “a stalwart of the new-jazz movement”—has spent the last three decades making brilliant original music that is equally challenging and engaging.