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where music meets in brisbane

wheremusicmeets is a new hybrid arts event in Brisbane that brings together music and sound with other art forms and ideas. This month's gig features Julius Ambroisine and Aaron Hull. more info: visit http://www.explodingart.com/wheremusicmeets or contact: wheremusicmeets@yahoo.com.au

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BUTOH Workshops in Brisbane

ZEN ZEN ZO is once again offering BUTOH Workshops on Monday nights (7.30-9.30pm) at the Avalon Theatre in St Lucia, Brisbane, from July until November. Participants can join at any time, space permitting. "The passion of the Butoh dancer is an inner one. What you see on the outside is always infinitely subtle. you see a trace of the emotion, never the emotion itself. In the west we have a tendency to throw ourselves against walls as a way to indicate passion. The Japanese just show traces, not unlike their prints, their art of leaving traces on paper. They disclose only just enough to allow you to imagine an inner poetic landscape. This is much more interesting" email info@zenzenzo.com for more information

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LoveBomb : TERRE THAEMLITZ Lectures and Performances around Aus

Terre Thaemlitz (USA/Japan) is an award winning multi-media producer, writer, public speaker, educator, audio remixer, DJ and owner of the Comatonse Recordings record label. For the better part of a decade, Terre Thaemlitz has been at the beating heart of electro-acoustic and computer based musics, completing a role as one of the central figures of the ambient scene of the mid-nineties. His work critically combines themes of identity politics - including gender, sexuality, class, linguistics, ethnicity and race - with an ongoing critique of the socio-economics of commercial media production. This
diversity of themes is matched by Thaemlitz' wide range of production styles, which include electroacoustic computer music, club oriented deep house, digital jazz, ambient, and computer composed neo-expressionist piano solos. Terre Thaemlitz is in Australia to present his Lovebomb performance - read more for details on Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne lectures/performances.

New Forms Festival 2004 : TECHNOGRAPHY

The New Forms Festival is an annual festival forum highlighting emerging forms at the junction of art, culture and technology. This year's theme is 'TECHNOGRAPHY' - a hybrid word denoting the inscriptions of culture in technology. NFF04: TECHNOGRAPHY will examine the relationship of culture and technology: how culture writes technology and how technology writes culture. It will bring together practitioners and theorists from across grassroots, gallery and academic contexts and provide platforms for conversations among the diverse voices of contemporary digital regionalism. Send through your submissions by May 14th

online music tutorials via Unesco

Unesco and the University of Plymouth have sponsored an online digital music tutorials website. Topics of study include Basic Concepts of Digital Music (Author: Gianni Corino) [Digital Representation of Sound, Editing, MIDI and Sequencers, Additive Synthesis Technique, Basic Frequency Modulation Synthesis Technique, Advanced FM Synthesis] and Cellular Automata Music (Author: Eduardo Reck Miranda) [Artificial Intelligence and Music, Introduction to Cellular Automata Music Research, Chaosynth - A Cellular Automata-based Granular Synthesiser

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a n a r c o n . 0 4 : autonomous activist conference

australian anarchist & autonomous activist conference is being held in Perth_WA, invasion day long weekend, jan23-27.2004. lets spend a long weekend non-stop talking the anarchist talk: from staunch anarchist to hard autonomous activists - or those of slight anarchist politico persuasion - or just emotional anarchists or people interested in talking/listening/sharing ideas towards society based on active voluntary participation and respect. visit http://www.anarcon.org for more details

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Copyright conference in Brisbane

Copyright: Unlucky for Some? Conference will provide up-to-date information and analysis from a range of academic, judicial, government, industry, and professional perspectives. It will be of interest to copyright owners and consumers, academics, practitioners, librarians, and policy-makers. Topics to be discussed include: the attorney-General`s Digital Agenda copyright reforms review; the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement; Indigenous community moral rights; the legal regulation of digital music; as well as updates on recent Australian and international copyright cases. 13th Feb 2004

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EMP - electronic music performance symposium in Brisbane

EMP is on Saturday November 29th at the Institute of Modern Art in Fortitude Valley, Brisbane. Presentations will focus on the nature and relevance of performance in electronic music making and seek to further the development of a sense of digital musicianship. Browse through the program @ http://www.smallblackbox.com.au/emp/schedule.php

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