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We Move - Session 7: Jess Bartlet, Introduction to Data Sonification / 26th April

Taught by: Jess Bartlet

When: The event will take place Tuesday 26th of April at 6pm UK, with the livestream starting at 6:30pm UK. 

Where: UAL Creative Computing Institute with limited places available. Registrations (Buy Now or Add to Cart) are ONLY for people who want to attend in person. For those who can’t make it to the event IRL, it will be livestreamed on the Music Hackspace YouTube channel (add to your calendar below).

What even IS Data Sonification? And why is it relevant?

For this session we are delighted to have acclaimed producer and Cambridge University academic Jess Bartlet to introduce you to the groundwork of Data Sonification: how to transform data into sound and why it matters to scientists and music makers alike.

The event will also be livestreamed on the Music hackspace YouTube channel for those who can't make it IRL

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Starts on: 26/04/2022 17:30 London time

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Speakers & presentations

Jess Bartlet (b. 1990) originally trained as a Pharmacist at UEA, often slipping into the music rooms to play piano between lectures. Jess now works as a Public Engagement Coordinator at The CIMR, University of Cambridge strategically traversing the space between research and public audiences, while also working as a freelance producer, engineer, and composer/songwriter, Island Fox. At the University of Cambridge, Jess is passionate about finding innovative and exciting ways to communicate and enhance groundbreaking, novel research to different audience groups. She loves exploring new fields of research through evidence-based practice, being on the precipice of new territory, and creating inspiring “discussion” spaces for thought and action.

Join Meetup

  • IRL Venue: UAL Creative Computing Institute at 6:30pm UK
Membership plan: Just Curious | Topic:
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FREE

Requirements

  • No requirements needed

Berlin Code of Conduct

We ask all participants to read and follow the Berlin Code of Conduct and contribute to creating a welcoming environment for everyone.

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About the workshop leader

Jess Bartlet (b. 1990) originally trained as a Pharmacist at UEA, often slipping into the music rooms to play piano between lectures. Jess now works as a Public Engagement Coordinator at The CIMR, University of Cambridge strategically traversing the space between research and public audiences, while also working as a freelance producer, engineer, and composer/songwriter, Island Fox. At the University of Cambridge, Jess is passionate about finding innovative and exciting ways to communicate and enhance groundbreaking, novel research to different audience groups. She loves exploring new fields of research through evidence-based practice, being on the precipice of new territory, and creating inspiring “discussion” spaces for thought and action.