Facebook discussion group for intentional applications of
music and sound
Upcoming! Soundwork 21 Zoom Gathering 2
Dec. 13, 2020, 11:00 am/pst-2:00 pm/pst
7:00 pm UK/Ireland and 8:00 pm Europe (Please confirm times from UK/EU)
Expanding the Role of Music
in the Age of Covid & Climate
• Goal: To share, discuss, and inspire sonic activism.
• Date: Sunday, 12/13/20. 11:00 am/PST - 2:00 pm/PST.
• Asia/AU: Video recording will be available. See below.
• Format: Intro, break-out discussions, group dialogue, guest demos.
• Facilitator: Joshua Leeds.
• Registration fee: $5 per registration to cover expenses. Thank you.
• Further information: contact here.
1. Limited online participation. Please reserve early.
2. Register below with Email fill-in and PayPal. Both are required.
3. Zoom invitation will be sent to you a few days before event.
4. Zoom requires you sign-in previously. Sign-in 10-15 min before event.
5. Please do not share this presentation with others without permission.
6. This is a non-refundable event.
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Video Recording of 11/8/20 Zoom Event
• Available for registered attendees.
• Non- registered attendees contact Olivia (email@example.com).
https://vimeo.com/477049978 Passcode: SonicActivism
For these Zoom gatherings, kindly consider:
1. Globally, we are living in an unparalleled time of multiple and coincident challenges.
2. Forward! There is no going back because collectively we have all shifted, peri-Covid.
3. Isolation has become a psychological by-product of these times.
4. Artistic expression has an opportunity to play a major role in community healing.
5. Music is historically known for rebuilding social cohesion.
6. A redefining of the healing role of musicians in disrupted culture is called for.
7. Therapeutic/concert/folk musicians and educated soundworkers evolve into sonic activists.
8. The new audience/listener/patient emerges: society writ large.
9. Renaissance is at hand.