Ecomusicologies 2013: Schedule

Friday 22 November (Queensland Conservatorium, room 1.39)
9.00-9.30: Registration, Welcome
9.30-11.00: Session 1: Ecology, Expression and Mediation
1. Jennifer C. Post Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Mobile Pastoralism and Musical Expression in Mongolia
2. Raj Shobha Singh Katajjaq: Between Vocal Games, Place and Identity
3. Gabriele Hadl Eco Media Literacy: Sound Recording and Video Production in Media Education for Sustainability

11.00-11.15: Coffee Break

11.15-12.45: Session 2: Perspectives on Composition
1. Robert W B Burrell Becoming, Interspecies-consciousness-transfer, live performance with electro-acoustics and music composition.
2. Jane Hammond A Cuckoo in Tamworth: Eco-composition in Regional Australia
3. Toby Gifford, Vanessa Tomlinson and Nora Farrell Sounding the Con

12.45-2.00 Lunch break (includes time for exploring the sound garden installation)

2.00-3.30: Session 3: Theories and Methodologies
1. Ely Rosenblum Music in The Medium: An Ecomusicological Analysis of Field Recordings
2. Philip van Hout Uncaging Sonic Rhizomes: Finding a Methodology for Sound Ecology Research
3. Keith Johnson ‘Our climate quickens our sensibility…’: Montesquieu’s Contribution to a Theory of Listening in Eighteenth-Century England

4.00-5.00: Coffee break, Shifting Nature installation (Leah Barclay)

5.00-6.00: Session 4: Musicking and Deep Ecology
1. Michael Golden The Music In and Of Ecology
2. Donna Weston The Deep Ecology of Music Festivals

Evening: Various activities offered in the wider IMC World Forum program
See for current program details

Saturday 23 November (Boardroom, room 3.46)
9.30-11.00: Session 5: Virtual Presentations
1. Matt DelCiampo A Place to Call Home: Broad Resonances from Local Places within Contemporary Popular Music
2. Alex Smith From the Planet to the Marimba: The Self-sustainability and Artistic Voice of Matt Kazmierski and Planet Marimba
3. Mark Pedelty Environmentalist Music Video and the Thoreauvian Singularity

11.00-11.15: Coffee break

11.15-12.15: Session 6: Ecomusicology and Performance
1. Julie Rickwood Harmony to the Earth: A critical examination of the repertoire of Ecopella
2. Kirsty Gillespie Musical Landscapes of Lihir: Exploring the Relationship of Performance and Place in a Museum Exhibit

12.15-12.30: Closing, future planning