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Canadian Association for Sound Ecology (CASE): Haliburton Soundscape Retreat
 
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Haliburton Soundscape Retreat
October 8-11, 2004
produced by the Canadian Association for Sound Ecology (CASE)
The Canadian Association for Sound Ecology invites you to participate in its 2nd Haliburton Soundscape Retreat.
The weekend long retreat will take place at the Haliburton Wildlife Reserve on the Canadian Thanksgiving weekend, October 8 - 11, 2004 and will include two day-time workshops, show-and-tell times for participants, and the opportunity to propose and discuss possible soundscape projects small and large that can take place in the various regions of Canada in the years ahead.


Day one: Exploring the ecology in sound ecology will include ear cleaning exercises and soundwalks around the Haliburton site by R. Murray Schafer and discussion sessions moderated by a group of researchers from the University of Concordia Communications department. In short, this will be a search for more clear ties between the study of acoustic environments and the study of ecology and will strive to provide participants with concrete tools for improving the acoustic environments in their communities.
Day two: The design of acoustic environments in public spaces Led by Australian guest Nigel Frayne, President of the World Forum for Acoustic Ecology. Nigel will present a number of project examples from his work as an acoustic designer that integrate the discipline of acoustic design first formulated by the World Soundscape Project in the 1970?s with the design of museums, zoo?s, and large public architectural projects.
Registrations should be submitted to The Canadian Association for Sound Ecology, c/o Musicworks, 401 Richmond Street West #358, Toronto, ON, M5V 3A8, Canada.

Registration fees for the retreat are $195 (CDN) for CASE/WFAE members and $225 for non-CASE/WFAE members. Payment can be made by cheque, money order or visa. Please make cheques and money orders payable to the Canadian Association for Sound Ecology. The registration fee covers meals and accommodation for the retreat. The non-CASE/WFAE rate provides the participant with membership in CASE or WFAE for one year. To register, please fill out the back of this form and include it with your cheque.
For info e-mail naisa@soundtravels.ca or call 416-910-7231
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Haliburton Soundscape Retreat
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Please provide on a separate sheet of paper a 50-word summary of your "show and tell" presentation, if you wish to do one and/or a 50-word summary of any project ideas you would like to propose.
Registrations should be submitted to: The Canadian Association for Sound Ecology, c/o Musicworks, 401 Richmond Street West #358, Toronto, ON, M5V 3A8, Canada. Registration fees for the retreat are $195 (CDN) for CASE/WFAE members and $225 for non-CASE/WFAE members.
Payment can be made by cheque, money order or visa. Please make cheques and money orders payable to the Canadian Association for Sound





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