I’ve known Matthias Krebs for a couple of years now. He’s been doing some really excellent work in education and research in our world. Now he’s organising this event which I’m really happy to be involved with.
Here are the details of the event, it would be great if you could make it along …
International Symposium “Mobile Music in the Making 2017” #mmm2017
Mobile Music in the Making is the first of what could be a regular annual event for mobile music in art, education, technology, science and social & cultural institutions.
Already the event has had more than 100 registrations and is almost full.
The main idea of the event is to bring people together who are deeply involved in the innovative development of the diverse practices of mobile music making. Eventually it should become a specific meeting point to discus and reflect on projects and work that is ongoing in the field of mobile music.
The goal is to have a place for deep discussions, find new collaborations and to meet new people. The event will be a creative space for enthusiasts, sound artists, music technologists, professional musicians, scientists, educators and developers exploring inspiration and creativity for their work in the field of music and mobile apps.
The symposium takes place between 10th and 11th March 2017 at the Berlin University of the Arts and is organised by the Research Centre for Mobile Music Making & App Music (RCAM). Since 2014, the RCAM has been developing a training regarding music with apps in the cultural education within the joint project (Touch:Music) with the Federal Academy Wolfenbüttel which is supported by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
A 2-day conference on music making with mobile music apps including sessions, talks, discussions and a keynote, a BarCamp, an openLINKjam and a performance.
The #MMM2017 is for those who are seeking an interactive exchange with others with regard to new musical forms, new apps, new hardware technology and innovative, expressive methods of sound making, performance and collaboration, musical and cultural education and many more. Interested parties of all disciplines are encouraged to participate; diverse and varied backgrounds often bring valuable eclectic elements into the collaborative mix.
You can find out more by checking out the MMM2017 web site.
I hope to see you there.