The history of art education is full of utopian visions and creative pedagogies that have proposed new educational methodologies. At a time when art education is under threat, this symposium will celebrate and reflect upon these histories and consider how they can be re-appraised and re-imagined.
You are the Music While the Music Lasts
A series of performances, recordings and installations exploring the utilization of sound in the navigation, negotiation and construction of space.
Radar’s first project, You are the Music While the Music Lasts drew on research undertaken in the Department of Design and Technology exploring the utilization of sound in the navigation, negotiation and construction of space. Works explored immersion, the sonic politics of the stranger, sound as a means of control, and site-specific performance. Five soundworks were also commissioned in response to particular sites or journeys around Loughborough.
Mikhail Karikis and Cantamus Choir
A Stranger Here Read more
Juneau Projects and Ben Neal
Sewn to the Sky Read more
Sonic Bed_London Read more
Six artists were commissioned to create new works responding to locations across Loughborough. Read more
The Sporting Guide to the Speed of Sound Read more
The Sporting Guide to the Speed of Sound
Sun 2 December - 2007
7pm - 9pm
The performance of a musical work specially written for the David Wallace Sports Hall. Read more
A Stranger Here
Sat 26 January - 2008
7pm - 9pm
A specially curated concert exploring the sonic politics of the 'stranger', including a new work by Karikis. Read more