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Research

EarthOp_Blog

18 Apr Smithsonian Earth Optimism, DC

Leah Barclay is giving a plenary presentation at the Earth Optimism Summit in Washington at the Smithsonian in April 2017. Earth Optimism celebrates a change in focus from problem to solution in the area of global conservation with an unprecedented gathering of international thought leaders,...

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WSFB_blog

31 Mar World Science Festival 2017

100 WAYS TO LISTEN is a new project exploring the art and science of sound and documenting a decade of innovative music-making at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University. The project launched at the 2017 World Science Festival Brisbane, with performances, interactive installations, immersive sonic environments and augmented reality...

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China

18 Oct HUANGSHAN DIALOGUE, CHINA

There are over 1,800 UNESCO designated sites around the world – World Heritage sites, biosphere reserves and UNESCO Global Geoparks – which are facing the impacts of ecological crisis, and can play a significant role in climate change mitigation and adaptation. These were the key messages...

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rivlis

26 Aug ENVIRONMENTAL SOUND ARTISTS, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Leah Barclay’s chapter on River Listening has just been published in ‘Environmental Sound Artists: In Their Own Words’ a new book published by Oxford University Press. Environmental Sound Artists: In Their Own Words is an incisive and imaginative look at the international environmental sound art movement,...

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Sonic environments

15 Jul Sonic Environments 2016

In July 2016, the Australasian Computer Music Association joined forces with the Australian Forum for Acoustic Ecology and NIME 2016 (New Interfaces for Musical Expression) to host an interdisciplinary conference at the Queensland Conservatorium on the theme of Sonic Environments. Leah Barclay is the...

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