From: Randolph Jordan (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Jan 25 2006 - 06:11:18 PST
Hello Frameworks Folk.
I've been asked to forward this CFP to the list. As with previous
Sounding Out events, the upcoming conference welcomes papers and
presentations from those working in and around the field of experimental
Call for Papers & Presentations
SOUNDING OUT 3 - An International Symposium on Sound in the Media
7-9 September, 2006 - University of Sunderland
This event aims to promote links and dialogue between practitioners,
students and academics concerned with SOUND as communication,
entertainment and creative practice across various media: including
film, radio, television, video, audio-books, electro-acoustic music,
sonic art, new digital media and computer games. Major themes include
the relationship between theory & practice, media convergence, the
relationship between sound and image, hearing and vision (e.g., the
images of radio).
Contributions are sought from radio practitioners, media and cultural
theorists, games designers, sound artists, filmmakers, historians,
musicians & composers, music therapists, new media specialists,
broadcasters, pod-casters, writers, cultural commentators, students of
film, radio, media and broadcasting.
Keynote Speakers include:
Neil Brand, film music composer, silent film accompanist & radio
John Durham Peters, Associate Professor in Communication Studies at the
University of Iowa, USA, and author of "Speaking Into Air."
Gianluca Sergi, Film Studies Lecturer at the University of Nottingham &
author of "The Dolby Era."
Martin Spinelli, Senior Lecturer in Media & Cultural Studies at the
University of Sussex
Proposals are invited for illustrated presentations of not more than 20
mins, including c. 5 mins of audio or audio-visual material (d'line: 10
For more information on this and the previous conferences, please visit
our website at:
Please send your abstract of no more than 150 words by 10 May to
John-Paul Green, SOUNDING OUT 3, The Media Centre, Sir Tom Cowie Campus
at St Peter's, St Peter's Way, Sunderland, SR6 ODD, United Kingdom.
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.