Archive for funding
Apply now: PhD Studentship ‘Notating Digital Sound: Designing or Composing for Mobile Media’. Supervisors: Dr Thor Magnusson, Dr Frauke Behrendt, Prof. Jonathan Woodham (by 11th April 2013)
Applications are invited for a PhD Studentship ‘Notating Digital Sound: Designing or Composing for Mobile Media’ (valued at £58,500) at the University of Brighton, supervised by Dr Thor Magnusson, Dr Frauke Behrendt and Prof. Jonathan Woodham.
The application deadline is 4pm, 11th April 2013.
The context of music production and dissemination has drastically changed with digital media and mobile computing devices. Interactivity and screens have become an essential part of how sound is represented and controlled, and creative algorithms are used to analyse or generate sonic patterns.
We seek proposals for a PhD project that will engage with interface and interaction design in digital sonic interfaces. The ideal research proposal would intersect areas of digital sound, human-computer interaction, graphic design, data representation, and software/media studies. Of particular interest are Read the rest of this entry »
This residency call is looking for projects involving : art, mobility, culture and audience participation. This might be of interest to some mobile sound artists so here is more detail from their website:
Call for Proposals: Shared Artist-in-Residence NIMk, Kitchen Budapest, Pervasive Media Studio & 5daysoff: Deadline extended to 20 November!
5daysoff, Pervasive Media Studio, Kitchen Budapest and NIMk launch an open call for a cross-European residency program.We’re looking for interesting artists seeking time and space to research, produce and present projects at the intersection of art, mobility and culture involving audience participation. The program will support early stage ideas that utilise pervasive technologies and free/open source software. This is a valuable opportunity to explore process and develop experimental works within four unique collaborative environments to be presented in public space and/or festival environments.
More information: http://nimk.nl/eng/call-for-proposals-shared-artist-in-residence
New Deadline is 20 November 2010.
5days off 2011 will feature an exhibition that focuses on art works questioning and examining new production methods: projects that were produced using online means for production and creation of content such as crowd sourcing, that challenge the notion of Read the rest of this entry »
I’m calling all practitioners who read my blog to submit their relevant work to the new exhibition on Sonic Interaction Design that I’m involved with. The deadline is next Friday – 5th November 2010! The event will take place at the Norwegian Museum of Science, Technology & Medicine in Oslo in Summer 2011, in collaboration with NIME 2011 (New Interfaces for Musical Expression). All relevant information is at http://www.cost-sid.org/wiki/SIDExhibitionSummer2011 and in an older post.
Call: Exhibition of Sonic Interaction Design at NIME/Norwegian Museum of Science, Technology & Medicine in Summer 2011
I’m involved with a very exciting new exhibition on Sonic Interaction Design and would lie to invite all my readers to submit their relevant work (deadline is 5th November 2010!). The event will take place at the Norwegian Museum of Science, Technology & Medicine in Oslo in Summer 2011, in collaboration with NIME 2011 (New Interfaces for Musical Expression). All relevant information is at http://www.cost-sid.org/wiki/SIDExhibitionSummer2011 and some of it below:
*Deadline: 5 November 2010 (22:00 CET)*
In connection with NIME 2011 (New Interfaces for Musical Expression) an exhibition on sonic interaction design will be curated in collaboration with the EU COST IC0601 Action on Sonic Interaction Design (SID). For the exhibition we are looking for works using sonic interaction within arts, music and design as well as examples of sonification for research and artistic purposes. The exhibition will take place Read the rest of this entry »
Yes, this is advertised by the ‘New Society for VISUAL Arts’ but who knows, they might be open minded about sonic interventions on the Berlin Underground too? Let me know if you have any projects!
U10 – from here to the imaginary and back again
Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst (New Society for Visual Arts)
Deadline: 01, October 2010
Call for project proposals: The Future of ‘Public’ in Public Transport
Photo credits: http://www.flickr.com/photos/yopse/3689198477/
The organisers, the Neue Gesellschaft fuer Bildende Kunst (NGBK) in Berlin, are looking for situation specific and/or participatory ideas, visions, experiments and interventions which address the future meaning of ‘public’ in Berlin’s public Underground Network. They can range from being short, interventionistic artistic reactions to specific occurrences on the Underground to being long term collaborations aimed at creating sustainable relationships to Underground staff and/or users over a number of years. A total budget of 30.000 Euro for artist’s fees, production, Read the rest of this entry »
There is a PhD studentship in Music available at Goldsmiths, which can include their new pathway in Sonic Arts (subject to validation). If you want more info on the Sonic Arts pathway please contact Dr John Levack Drever at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note the imminent deadline (i.e. 9 August 2010)!
Some more information:
3-year full-time PhD Studentship in Music
Goldsmiths, University of London – Department of Music
The Department of Music at Goldsmiths is delighted to offer one studentship for doctoral research, for full-time studies only, commencing in October 2010 or January 2011 at the latest.
Fees will be waived, and the studentship also carries an annual stipend of GBP 13,590 for three years. Students will be expected to Read the rest of this entry »
Get some funding for your Sonic Interaction Design (SID) related works. It’s called STSM but is really worth applying for as I wrote before. Duration: Minimum one week (5 working days), maximum 3 months. Applications for this call should be sent before December 31st 2009. Notifications of decisions will be sent by January 31st 2010. For this call, STSMs should take place before June 30th 2010.
Check out all the previous missions here http://trac.sme-ccppd.org/SID/wiki/STSMs.
Recent examples include Read the rest of this entry »
This might be of interest to some mobile music computing projects:
For further information or a prospectus please call 0845 366 6034 or email the link located above.
Alternatively you can visit our website for more information at http://www.open.ac.uk/research/research-degrees.