Home Cart Listen Calendar Contact
11.jpg

Intensives

NAISA presents the annual Sound Travels Intensive in August each year which includes five days of workshops culminating in a concert at which the participants present the works they’ve created throughout the five days. NAISA also presents other intensives periodically. See below for information about upcoming NAISA Intensives.

NAISA Youth Summer Camp
July 7 - 11, 2014. Mon - Fri 10am-3pm
@ the NAISA Space, 601 Christie St #252
General $75

This sound art camp is for youth aged 12-17 to create art entirely with Sound, Radio, Electronics, and/or Performance through exploration according to their own individual interest - by building a NAISAtron, a micro-transmitter, or working with basic recording and editing software. All equipment provided and no experience is necessary. Limited spots available. Registration required.
6th annual SOUND TRAVELS INTENSIVE (5-day series of workshops)
for Sound & Media Artists

August 19-23, 2014, $175, 9am - 7pm daily with an 8pm concert on August 23
@ the NAISA Space, 601 Christie St #252
General $175
For more information go to http://naisa.ca/education/intensives/
Pre-registration required - go to https://naisa.ca/education/register/, then choose the Sound Travels Intensive

The Sound Travels Intensive is an opportunity for artists from across Canada and around the world to create and present new work in Toronto, exchange ideas with others, and hone electroacoustic skills with the guidance of a diverse group of instructors including world renown artist Pauline Oliveros, Emilie LeBel, Darren Copeland, Ian Jarvis and Hector Centeno. Five intense days of workshop sessions, private instruction and creative activity culminate in a public concert presentation at Toronto's Artscape Wychwood Barns.

New Adventures in Sound Art is a non-profit organization that presents performances and installations spanning the entire spectrum of electroacoustic and experimental sound art. NAISA is partially funded by the Department of Canadian Heritage, the Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, Canada Council for the Arts and the SOCAN Foundation.