[microsound] New York in the 80's (was Rhys Chatham)
jasonw22 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 9 11:00:45 EST 2009
Does the classroom need to be physical? So much is possible with
free/open-source software these days...
On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 7:35 AM, Bruce Tovsky <bruce at skeletonhome.com> wrote:
> interesting thought, and somewhat parallels an idea i've been having
> lately regarding teaching and the current paradigm of teaching
> multimedia at the college level. the more i speak with friends and
> associates who teach the more i feel drawn to setting up something
> similar to this "microclassroom" idea, though more spun off of a
> mentor/apprenticeship model that a teaching model. more about
> inspiration and problem solving than an environment of data input and
> On Feb 6, 2009, at 10:17 PM, Kim Cascone wrote:
> >>> WOW, imagine that! Having microsound clusters in towns across the
> >>> US, each with small production studios!
> > ah micro-soviets! warms my heart to think of it! :)
> > but also an interesting idea -- we should explore this some on the
> > list
> > anyone have any ideas w/r/t what John is describing?
> > I'll write more about it later when I've had some time to think
> > about it
> > :)
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