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Main Gallery Exhibition: Intuitive Drawing Clive King Workshop

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All work created will be on display in the Main gallery from August 28, 2017- October 27, 2017

This type of workshop isn’t an end itself but it is generally an opening up process and does allow the person engaged to consider option/directions and media connections that might not have been apparent before. Drawing is the engine that drives the workshop but many of the works turn into paintings, collages or even 3 D constructions.

Although the groups are mainly fine art students, many graphic design, architect, time based media and photography students have found the experience highly worthwhile. The workshop works well on the BA, BFA and MFA levels or a mixture of all levels.

New Music Miami ISCM Festival: The Amernet String Quartet & Martin Kuuskmann

Amernet and Martin Kuuskmann

New Music Miami ISCM Festival: The Amernet String Quartet & Martin Kuuskmann

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Forum with Martin Kuuskmann and Amernet String Quartet at 6:30PM

Concert 7:30PM

Guest bassoonist Martin Kusskmann joins FIU’s Ensemble-in-Residence the Amernet String Quartet for an evening of works by Tulve, Berio, Dougherty, Kim, Koonce, Rolle, and others.

Students and guests are invited to the free composers forum with on March 30, time and location to be announced. 

FLEA (FIU Laptop & Electro-Acoustic) Ensemble Concert

FLEA

FLEA (FIU Laptop & Electro-Acoustic) Ensemble, is FIU’s newest musical group. The group performs exciting new work and reinterprets classics of the avant-garde by combining hi-fi and lo-fi technologies. Each piece offers new ways of (re)interpreting technology with or without the aid of acoustic instruments or objects. Directed by composer Jacob Sudol.

 

For more information, contact the New Music Director, Jason Calloway, at jason.calloway@fiu.edu.

“Social Practice Art: Brown Bag Talks” featuring Marisa Jahn

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“Social Practice Art: Brown Bag Talks” featuring Marisa Jahn

Friday, March 10 a Skype talk at 12pm

Of Chinese and Ecuadorian descent Marisa Morán Jahn is an artist, multimedia designer, educator, and the founder of Studio REV-, a nonprofit organization whose public art projects and tools impact the lives of low-wage workers, immigrants, women, and youth.

New Music Miami ISCM Festival: Music from Spain and South Florida

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New Music Miami ISCM Festival: Music from Spain and South Florida

Thursday, March 9, 2016

Spanish clarinetist Oskar Espina-Ruiz joins the NODUS Ensemble, FIU’s contemporary ensemble, in a program of works by composers from Spain and South Florida in collaboration with the Spanish Cultural Center. Directed by Orlando Jacinto Garcia.

Students and guests are invited to the free Composers Forum with our featured composers at MBUS on March 10 at 12:00 PM.

“Social Practice Art: Brown Bag Talks” featuring Mel Day

Mel-Day-lecture

“Social Practice Art: Brown Bag Talks” featuring Mel Day

Friday, March 3 a webcast live at 12pm

Mel Day is an interdisciplinary artist working across a range of media including video, photography, experimental design, participatory and new media projects. Her works typically have multiple iterations as they evolve across multiple years. She is known for her video installations in which the role of doubt and the unknown complicate and illuminate our ideas of truth. Through recent hybrid media work, as revealed through state-of-the art turbulence simulations and collaborations with computational scientist Frank Ham, Day explores the unstable and ungraspable edge of visual intelligibility, the technologically sublime structure of chaos. In the multi-channel video and audio installation Doxology, she shares footage of her family humming the same hymn at decade-long intervals. Since 2010, Day has been generating layered versions of an experimental group study guide that investigates the instability of belief systems of all kinds. The Study Guide invites the viewer to draw on their own experiences and lays groundwork for dialogue among potentially insular groups.

New Music Miami ISCM Festival: Fidelio Trio Concert

New Music Fidelo Trio

New Music Miami ISCM Festival: Fidelio Trio

Thursday, March 2, 2017 at 7:30PM

Members of the UK-based Fidelio Trio, violinist Darragh Morgan, cellist Adi Tal & pianist Mary Dullea, perform works by Hersch, Gosfield, Dennehy, Garcia, among others.

Shortlisted for the 2016 Royal Philharmonic Society Music Awards, the Fidelio Trio are enthusiastic champions of the piano trio genre, performing the widest possible range of repertoire on concert stages across the world; they are broadcast regularly on BBC Radio 3, RTÉ Lyric FM, WNYC, NPR and featured on Sky Arts documentaries; they have a impressive list of commissions and first performances from the leading and newest composers and have a large discography of highly acclaimed recordings.

Their extensive discography includes Korngold and Schoenberg (Verklärte Nacht arr. Steuermann) for Naxos; the complete Michael Nyman Piano Trios for MN Records; multiple releases on NMC, Delphian Records and Convivium including portrait CDs for composers such as Luke Bedford and Michael Zev Gordon.  Their next release this year will be the Ravel and Saint-Saëns trios for Resonus Classics.

Keen to ensure the future of the piano trio, The Fidelio Trio work closely with composition and performance students at institutions across the UK and all over the world including the Peabody Conservatory, Curtis Institute, Stellenbosch Conservatorium and WITS Johannesburg and have been artists-in-residence at St. Patrick’s College Dublin City University, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, and the State University of New York, SUNY.

They are constantly commissioning new works, giving first performances and, importantly, further performances to introduce them into the repertory. Composers that the Trio has worked closely with include Toshio Hosokawa, Charles Wuorinen, Johannes Maria Staud, Michael Nyman, Gerald Barry, Donnacha Dennehy, Evan Ziporyn, Simon Bainbridge, Judith Weir … to name but few.

Inspirational musicians The Fidelio Trio have collaborated with include Nicholas Daniel (oboe), Richard Watkins (horn), Joan Rodgers and Patricia Rozario (soprano), and with spoken word, author Alexander McCall Smith and poet, Sinéad Morrissey.

The 2015-16 season has included a series of French Piano Trios at St. John’s Smith Square, a residency at University of Birmingham, a tour of India, the ‘Beyond Borders’ PRS for Music Foundation tour of UK and Ireland with composer Piers Hellawell and T.S. Eliot Prize-winning poet Sinéad Morrissey, many festival appearances and an extensive tour of Asia.  They continue as Artistic Directors of their annual Winter Chamber Music  Festival St. Patrick’s College, Dublin and continue to be passionate in their advocacy for the piano trio across the world.

Students and guests are invited to the free Composers Forum on March 2 at 12:00pm at MBUS.