Category: Arts & culture
The No Outsides Polymorphous Radio Station (NOPRS FM) will present a stream of audio content to conference attendees (and other local radio tuners) through the creation of mini-FM broadcast zones during the three days of the event.
Category: Arts & culture
Please join us for the 2023 ISMMS keynote address as we imagine and explore themes of "Indigenous outsider" punk and metal as the soundtrack to a life on the street; how much punk, heavy metal, and rock meant to the author's street-savvy generation; Indigenous interpretations and applications of such music; the meaning of it all with the passing of time, and in the author's case, some modern applications as a result of the book.
During this moderated discussion panel, we will think through the multiplicities of representation in metal across different venues such as music, film and visual art. Panelists will explore the connections, contradictions and paradoxes that emerge when we bring to the forefront people, topics and issues that society at large aims to discard and ignore.
Join abstract turntablist, sound artist and DJ, Maria Chávez as she leads this hands-on workshop using turntables and vinyl records as instruments in their own right. This workshop includes a demonstration from the artist followed by opportunities for participants to try their hand and some abstract turntablism of their own!
Drawing on her latest body of sono-sculptural work and her practice as an abstract turntablist, Maria Chávez will explore the topographical parallels that exist between marble and vinyl.
This workshop will engage participants in a process of re-thinking, queering, remixing, reconfiguring what corpsepaint can do. Utilizing a mix of images, sound and interactive participation, including the opportunity to paint your own faces with provided face paints, "Rainbow Corpsepaint" will bring together artists, musicians, scholars, fans, in a moment of critical reflection and active re-evaluation of the classic black metal practice of corpsepaint design and application.
This roundtable examines five unique ways to teach Metal Studies in the college classroom. Presenters will examine the Metal Studies classroom from a variety of perspectives.
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