CFP: Trailblazers – Women’s Impact on Organ, Harpsichord, Carillon, and Sacred Music. Presentations, performances, lectures, lecture-recitals welcome.
Program and abstracts of 2017 Interdisciplinary Campanology Symposium (3/31-4/2)
Spencer Haney and Karl Ronneburg have won the $1,000 Hack The Bells 2017 prize to realize their proposal, “Reclaim,” for the U-M Bicentennial this fall.
Zackery Belanger, Carolyn Chen, Linda Walker Pointer, Frank Steijns, and Jeff Treviño
Keynote speaker Steven Feld: “Inspired by Bateson’s playful excursions into knowledge production, my foray into the material and affective “what-ness” of bells–their relational ontologies– starts with a series of listening conversations with my daughter, Clochanda, and two of her good friends, Mikhail Bakhtin and Michel Foucault.”
Students, what would you do with a bell tower? Tell us!
2017 Interdisciplinary Campanology Symposium, 3/31-4/2
Free Lurie Carillon samples for download under open license.