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Date
Fri April 5th 2024, 11:00am - 5:00pm
Event Sponsor
Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics
Department of Art & Art History
Department of Music
Location
McMurtry Building
355 Roth Way, Stanford, CA 94305

Graduate students from the music composition DMA and CCRMA PhD programs present installation works involving sonic, musical, sculptural, visual, and other interactive elements. The installations will be open to the public between April 1st and April 5th, 11am - 5pm at the McMurtry Building. Join us for a reception on Wednesday, April 3rd at 3:30pm. 

Laura Arroyave Penagos is a plastic artist from Colombia. Her work focuses on topics such as motherhood, nest and home.

Celeste Betancur Gutierrez is a Ph.D. candidate at CCRMA - Stanford University, developer of Pandora's Dream and other HCI platforms for the arts.

Anna Golubkova is a composer and sound artist currently pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts degree at Stanford, where her academic focus extends to theatre and performance studies. With a distinctive emphasis on morphing auditory and visual elements in her works, Anna has showcased her compositions at various international platforms, spanning countries such as Russia, Germany, Turkey, and the US.

Mike Mulshine is a composer-songwriter-performer and music technologist whose work questions traditional musical relationships and centrally values the expressive and cathartic aspects of creation. He produces interactive audiovisual works that aim to expose accessible, engaging, and empowering new modes of experiencing or (co-) creating media. He is currently pursuing a PhD at CCRMA, Stanford University. 

VISITOR INFORMATION: The McMurtry Building is located at 355 Roth Way on Stanford campus. Visitor parking is free all day on weekends and after 4pm on weekdays, except by the Oval. Alternatively, take the Caltrain to Palo Alto Transit Center and hop on the free Stanford Marguerite Shuttle. This show is open Monday through Friday, 11am to 5pm. Admission is free and open to Stanford affiliates and the general public. 

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