[PD] [PD-announce] Pure Data Focus Group, with Natacha Diels, Tuesday, July 21, 4-6pm

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Wed Jul 15 19:42:53 CEST 2009

I think they'll let non-Columbia people in if you ask nicely.  Also,  
if you have other NYC university IDs, they'll probably let you in  
without a special pass.  My NYU ID worked, for example.


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> From:"library" <library at exchange.tc.columbia.edu>
> Date:July 15, 2009 10:49:53 AM EDT
> Subject:Invitation: Pure Data Focus Group, with Natacha Diels,  
> Tuesday, July 21, 4-6pm
> The Gottesman Libraries invitesyou to attenda
>  Pure Data Workshop
> Led by Natacha Diels, Flautist & Composer
> Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 - 6:00 pm
> The Gottesman Libraries
> Room 305
> Teachers College,ColumbiaUniversity
> 525 West 120th Street
>  RSVP by Friday, July 17 tolibrary at tc.edu
> Flautist and composerNatacha Dielswas born inLos Angelesin 1981 and  
> spent most of her childhood inNew Mexico. She holds a BM in flute  
> performance fromNew YorkUniversityand a MPS from the Interactive  
> Telecommunications program atTischSchoolof the Arts,New  
> YorkUniversity.
> In 2002 Natacha founded the new music group Ensemble Pamplemousse  
> (non-profit inc. 2004), with the purpose of commissioning and  
> performing electroacoustic works for chamber ensemble. Natacha also  
> performs in contemporary, classical, and improvised contexts,  
> including such ensembles as On Stucture, Tall Brown Boots, and Red  
> Light New Music. She has participated as performer and composer in  
> new music and art festivals all over the world. Natacha is dedicated  
> to helping others incorporate technology and music and has taught  
> workshops at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago; the  
> Montessori School of Raleigh; the Upper Catskill Community Center  
> for the Arts; and Hartwick College. She is currently developing a  
> Montessori program in contemporary music with Corinne Sigel.
> This workshop is co-sponsored by the Gottesman Libraries and New  
> Blankets, a non profit organization spear-headed byJoseph Dekenof  
> theUniversityofCalifornia San Diegoto develop new collaborative  
> technologies and innovative projects. For this workshop you may  
> bring your own laptop and headphones, or use equipment provided by  
> the Gottesman Libraries. Please note that seating is limited fifteen  
> persons.
> Individuals with disabilities are invited to request reasonable  
> accommodations including, but not limited to sign language  
> interpretation, Braille or large print materials, and a campus map  
> of accessible features. Address these requests to the Office of  
> Access and Services for Individuals with Disabilities at (212)  
> 678-3689,keller at tc.edu, or Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services at  
> (212) 678-3853 V/TTY,jaech at tc.edu.
> http://library.tc.columbia.edu/news.php?id=459


"[W]e have invented the technology to eliminate scarcity, but we are  
deliberately throwing it away to benefit those who profit from  
scarcity."        -John Gilmore

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