China Blue, Co-Chair Person with Margaret Schedel, Stony Brook University at:
College Arts Association, 103rd Annual Conference will be held at the Hilton New York, on February 13, 2015.
Session Title: Four Perspectives on Sound Art: History, Practice, Structure & Perception
Participants: Janet Kraynak, New School, NY; Charles Eppley, Stony Brook University; Ken Ueno, University of California Berkeley; Seth Cluett, Ramapo College of New Jersey; Michael Maizels, Davis Museum at Wellsley College; Dr. Melissa Warak University of Texas at El Paso.
Event: MACT Salon 1: Sound Art Presentation
When: Saturday, February 14th, 8:00pm
Where: Stony Brook University-Manhattan, 387 Park Avenue South on the third floor, between 27th and 28th Streets
Speakers: China Blue, Seth Cluett, Margaret Schedel and Ken Ueno.
This MACT Salon inaugurates a monthly event series presented by Stony Brook University on the topics of media arts, culture and technology.
MACT Graduate Certificate Program in Media, Art, Culture, and Technology at Stony Brook University, offers graduate students an interdisciplinary grounding in the historical and theoretical study of media, art, culture, and technology. It is designed to complement a graduate student’s primary degree by supporting research that traverses traditional academic methods and objects of inquiry. Combining faculty with diverse expertise in media, art, culture, and technology, the MACT certificate supports work at the dynamic intersections of these evolving fields.