[linux-audio-user] FAVE 2005 - Call for presentations and Workshops
rtp405 at yahoo.com
Sun Feb 27 15:24:09 EST 2005
--- tim hall <tech at glastonburymusic.org.uk> wrote:
> Apologies for the crossposting, I won't make a habit
> of this.
> We're organising a User-oriented Free Audio Visual
> Event to be held in
> Bristol, UK on August 13th 2005. This is the first
> event of its kind, so
> there's all to play for.
This sounds like a great time. I really wish it were
possible for me to make this event. If it were, I'd be
there in a minute and maybe I'd perform or demonstrate
something but the opportunity I see is to produce a
high quality multichannel audio and multi camera video
production of the event.
During January I produced an audio/video production of
an Ardour session with a song writer, hired players,
engineers and producers. The same type of production
for FAVE would rule. Maybe we could make it happen for
a future annual occurence.
Best of luck with the event and I hope you have a
Mirror Image Studios
2428 Dupont Ave. S.
MPLS, MN 55405
If you would like to be
> involved, now would be a
> really good time to get in touch. ;-)
> The plan so far:
> FAVE 2005
> Open source creativity
> Call for Presentations, Workshops and Artists
> FAVE is a get-together for creative people who are
> interested in free
> and open source software on Linux and other
> computer platforms. It's
> taking place on Saturday August 13th 2005 at the
> Trinity Community &
> Arts Centre in Bristol, UK. Everyone is welcome,
> especially if you've never
> used this kind of software before.
> This is no dry, dull conference! It will be an
> accessible festival of
> fun with performances, installations and workshops.
> Topics will
> * Music production
> * Sound recording
> * Community radio and media
> * Video art and VJ's
> * 2D and 3D graphics
> * Game design
> * Creative Commons licensing
> * Software in the Welsh language
> There will also be an evening gig featuring
> performances from
> artists who use Linux and free software. The
> Trinity Centre is a large
> converted church, and a legendary music venue. It
> features a main
> stage area, room for stalls, a cafe, bar and kids'
> If you would like to make a presentation, hold a
> workshop, or perform
> at this event, please contact the organisers via
> this address:
> fave2005 at fave.org.uk
> or via our website:
> tim hall
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