UNIVERSITY OF SURREY
11 NOVEMBER 2009
CALL FOR PAPERS / PRESENTATIONS
A study day bringing together people working in higher education, practitioners and academics interested in collaborative processes in music making.
Its focus is collaborative processes in music making, their role in creative practice and in teaching, and the links between. The day aims to provide an opportunity to reflect upon aspects of the music making process that have in the past received little critical attention.
Keynotes from Peter Wiegold and Paul Whitty
Presentations are currently invited (from teaching and creative practice contexts, and across them) that through examples of collaboration explore the following themes:
- Contexts for collaborative process;
- Characteristics of and procedures for collaborative process;
- The benefits and challenges (weaknesses?) of collaborative work.
The day is also interested to recognise and incorporate the richness and complexities of how particular traditions (e.g. Post-atonal, Experimental, Free and/or Idiomatic Improvisation, Post-Vernacular, etc.) relate to, describe and understand collaborative process.
Please contact Ralph Brown at email@example.com by Wednesday 30
September 2009 with proposals for a short paper/presentation of about 30
minutes duration (including time for questions).
Date: 11 Nov 09
Venue: Studio 1, Performing Arts Technology Studios Building
Department of Music & Sound Recording, University of Surrey
Email bookings to: Barbara Hargreaves firstname.lastname@example.org 01524 592614
Cost: Attendance at this event is free for colleagues in UK higher education. For people outside UK HE there is a charge of £50, though priority will be given to HE colleagues.