Posts Tagged ‘Shawn Greenlee’

Greenlee Creates Audiovisual Monster at Anchorage Museum

Shawn Greenlee (Associate Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) recently gave a multi-channel audio performance at the Anchorage Museum Planetarium as part of the new Live at the Planetarium program, which will feature stars of the experimental music world through spring and summer 2017. The Alaska News Dispatch called Greenlee’s performance a “amazing audiovisual monster.” Greenlee was […]

Greenlee Concert at 356 Mission

Shawn Greenlee (Associate Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) performed with his group Dos Mega at 356 Mission (356 S. Mission Road) in Los Angeles on the 12th May 2016. Group members include long-time Landed collaborator Joel Kyack, Bjorn Copeland (Black Dice), Scott Martin (Big Business), and Matt Johnson (Vincebus Eruptum). More information on Dos Mega […]

Greenlee’s Landed at Hammer Museum

Shawn Greenlee (Associate Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) will be performing with his musical group, Landed, at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles for ALL THE INSTRUMENTS AGREE: an exhibition or a concert, September 26-27, 2015. Landed will also perform in San Francisco at The Hemlock on September 25. Known for its deconstructed rock, rhythmic noise, and physically […]

Greenlee presenting at Sounds, Images and Data conference

Shawn Greenlee (Associate Professor, Experimental & Foundation Studies) will be presenting his paper “Exploring visual data with graphic waveshaping” at the Sounds, Images and Data conference held at New York University, Steinhardt School, 23-25 July 2015. Organizing institutions and partners include NYU Steinhardt, Operational & Curatorial Research, Leonardo, Boston University, and Goldsmiths University of London. […]

Greenlee selected for Virginia Tech spatial music workshop

Shawn Greenlee (Assistant Professor, Foundation Studies) is one of five composers selected to participate in the inaugural Spatial Music Workshop at Virginia Tech in August 2015. The workshop will consist of sessions on spatialization techniques, software systems for spatialization, discussions of current research in spatialization, and listening to electronic music composed for large numbers of speakers. […]

Greenlee invited for residency in Korea

Shawn Greenlee (Assistant Professor, Foundation Studies) has been invited for a one month residency during early summer at Gyeonggi Creation Center (GCC), located on Daebu Island within the city of Ansan, South Korea. During the residency, he will focus on composing for Korean traditional music instruments in computer-mediated contexts and continue his collaboration with Kyungso […]

Graduate Studies-funded Research Assistantships

The Graduate Studies-funded Research Assistantships for Spring 2015 recently selected 5 RISD faculty members with awards totaling $14,840. Research Assistantships include compensation for the graduate student, but also are meaningful educational and research experiences and opportunities to contribute to the creation of new knowledge. Below are the faculty members with brief descriptions of their research […]

Faculty Biennial includes Faculty Forum programs

Faculty Forum This year, the Museum offers an expanded opportunity for RISD faculty to share their works of art and design in theFaculty Biennial exhibition or present their research and expertise as teaching artists in a Faculty Forum. In this new forum, faculty members offer discussions, readings, papers, and performances—creating an exciting platform for public […]

Greenlee selected for NIME 2015

A performance work by Shawn Greenlee (Assistant Professor, Foundation Studies) has passed the peer review process for presentation at New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), the premier international conference on designing human-computer interfaces and interactions for musical performance. This year the conference will be hosted by the Louisiana State University from May 31 – June […]

Greenlee awarded MacColl Johnson Fellowship

The Rhode Island Foundation has awarded $25,000 fellowships to three local composers. The fellowships, considered among the largest no-strings-attached awards in the country, can be used for professional development, creating new work or exploring new techniques and directions. The fellowships are awarded through the MacColl Johnson Fellowship Shawn Greenlee (Assistant Professor, Foundation Studies) plans to use […]