Music 286R Listening, Creativity, and ImaginationMain MenuAbstract - Jenny WangPsychology of Horror RadioAbstract: Referentiality and Temporality in Netflix’s Dark (2017)Abstract: reunderstanding the wandering minda guided meditationAudio Clip for AbstractAn Intro into Horror Radio Project"Derision"Final Project — Ryen Bani-HashemiMind the Gap - Project AbstractMind The GapA sound story listening to the idea of refugees in BritainRyen Bani-Hashemi, Untitled Project AbstractSonic Referentiality and Temporality in Netflix’s Dark (2017)The introductory paragraphs to the full paperThe Psychology of Horror RadioA meta audio drama examining the chill-inducing features of horror radioThe Psychology of Horror RadioA meta look at the golden age of radio and what its horrific themes tell us about relationships & identityInvitations (GP Rose)Abstract - Michiko TheurerTELLYvette Janine Jackson030235ad1ed9f19506f8e5f4e9cbe7d51f5dd7ab
Listening, Creativity, and Imagination
12022-05-02T17:49:21-04:00Yvette Janine Jackson030235ad1ed9f19506f8e5f4e9cbe7d51f5dd7ab1693Projects from Music 286Rplain2022-05-02T17:50:32-04:00Yvette Janine Jackson030235ad1ed9f19506f8e5f4e9cbe7d51f5dd7abThe pages feature projects created for Music 286R Listening, Creativity, and Imagination taught during Fall 2021 by Yvette Janine Jackson.
Music 286R seminar joins theories from sound studies, music composition, sonic arts, and psychoacoustics by engaging multimodal listening practices as a means of discovery. The art of listening will be exemplified and explored through the writing and creative works of practitioners from various disciplines such as Hildegard Westerkamp, Pauline Oliveros, Rick Altman, Neil Verma, Karen Collins, and Dylan Robinson. Analysis of audio fiction, film soundtracks, interactive and audio/video game music, installation, performance, and ritual will guide us in (re)contextualizing the affective and narrative impacts of our objects of study. Students will focus on listening, interpreting, writing, and creating in order to synthesize and build on course concepts.