A new symposium to celebrate the sounds and experiences of Acoustic Ecology is set to take place in Medway Friday 8th and Saturday 9th November.
There are still a few places available for this event.
The Symposium on Acoustic Ecology investigates soundscapes as complex sounding systems that change in space and time, and shape our understanding of the surrounding world. The event is proud to be endorsed by the World Forum for Acoustic Ecology (WFAE).
The event, taking place this coming Friday and Saturday daytime and evenings on 8-9th November, will be held at various locations around the University’s Medway campus and the Historic Dockyard, and consist of talks by keynote speakers, including a special guest speaker all experts in their field, 2 concerts, an array of installations and Listening Rooms, culminating in a finale concert held at the stunning Slip 3, Mezzanine building at the Historic Dockyard Chatham.
There will be a full programme during the two days of:
View the full programme here
Acoustic Ecology is a discipline studying the relationship mediated through sound, between living beings and their environment and the Symposium is first of its kind in Medway hosted by the School of Music and Fine Art, University of Kent.
Follow the event on Twitter ( @UniKentMFA ) #SOAE – if you are coming along, please join in!
Booking and Registration:
Online Registration is open now and available through the University of Kent web-storeRegister Now to secure your place.
Students of University of Kent – £10
Goldsmiths College -£10
Students – £20
Non-students – £40
For more information visit:
School of Music and Fine Art, Symposium on Acoustic Ecology
info@AcousticEcology.org.uk Tel: 01634 888 980