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MusDig @ NIME 2014

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We’re thrilled to have participated in a MusDig-related workshop at the 14th International Conference on New Instruments for Musical Expression (NIME). The workshop – ‘Gender, Education, Creativity in Digital Music and Sound Art’ – took place on 04 July, 10am–1pm, and was open to the public. To our knowledge, this was the first ever panel on gender at one of the main electronic / computer music conferences. The discussion was accordingly lively and engaging. We’d like to thank the workshop participants and all those in attendance for a really successful day.

For further details, please see the archived Events page.

Participants:

Freida Abtan, Goldsmiths, University of London
Georgina Born, University of Oxford
Kyle Devine, City University London
Holly Ingleton, City University London
Cathy Lane, CRiSAP, University of the Arts, London
Sally-Jane Norman, University of Sussex
John Richards, De Montfort University
Laetitia Sonami, sound artist
Mark Taylor, University of Manchester
Marie Thompson, Newcastle University
Simon Waters, Queen’s University Belfast

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