Listening and Making (APA2340.01)

Sal Randolph

This class, for makers in any discipline, explores sound as a resource for creative practice. In our sessions we will engage in specific listening protocols and respond through writing, drawing, recording, moving, and experimental forms of notation. We will gather a wide variety of sounds as source material: reading texts aloud to each other, listening to field recordings, industrial sounds, household sounds, and a range of musics. Together we will explore different listening modalities in a collective study of aural attention. The class focus will be on making as practice—as an ongoing activity done for its own sake—and the goal will be for each student to forge a sustainable method for individual practice. We will share what we make together and individually, and work towards final projects.

Learning Outcomes:

Delivery Method: Entirely remote (synchronous)
Course Level: 2000-level
Credits: 2
W 10:00AM - 11:50AM (1st seven weeks)
Maximum Enrollment: 18
Course Frequency: One time only

Categories: Advancement of Public Action , All courses , Entirely Remote