The University of Guelph is hosting the 2019 meeting of the Canadian Society for Women in Philosophy
Born with the brain of a robot and the heart of a bull, Dr. Megabyte stretches technology to its limits in the pursuit of sound as sensation, emotion, and introspection. In his performances, you will hear found sounds mixed with synthesized sounds and noise, then transformed through time and frequency manipulation. Matthew James Borland (a.k.a. Dr. Megabyte) is also giving open lectures and demonstrations in ALEX 071 on October 22-24 from 10:00 am to 11:20 am.
Join us for the exciting MacKinnon groundbreaking for the imminent north end renovation! Light refreshments, music, and excitement guaranteed. www.uoguelph.ca/arts/mcknreno
Rural History Roundtable: Speaker Series Fall 2019 presents Airing out the Quilt & the Quilting Bee with Catherine Wilson: Redelmeier Professor in Rural History, University of Guelph.
William Engelen is a visual artist and composer, born in the Netherlands, living and working in Berlin. His work traverses the spectrum between visual arts and music, poaching strategies from each field to test the boundaries between image and sound. The output includes installations, performances, videos, musical scores, and even models.
What would it mean for higher level ecologcial units such as communities or ecosystems to be units of evolutionary change? Join us for a small workshop on on Theoretical Approaches to Ecosystem Evolution, featuring W. Ford Doolittle (Dalhousie) and Kevin S. McCann (U of Guelph). To register please email Stefan Linquist: email@example.com