A partnership between the Department of Theatre and the MA in Sound Arts and Industries program created unique audience experiences during October’s Open House: A Weekend for the Arts.
Founded in 2013, the Sound Studies Listening Group is still going strong and holding virtual collaborative listening sessions in 2020 and beyond.
Jellyvision Senior Sound Designer George Hufnagl’s Northwestern masterclass illustrates how sound enhances interactivity.
Northwestern University offers the public a free, front-row seat for Making Waves—an entertaining new documentary about the art, practice, and history of movie sound design—on Thursday, March 12, at the Block Museum of Art.
Faculty member Olivia Block and Andy Slater ’20 received invitations to participate in a Smart Museum of Art exhibit.
Longtime voiceover pro Donna Jay Fulks shares how she got her start—and what it’s like working in the industry today
Northwestern Sound Arts and Industries students and professor reflect on their trip to a non-traditional audio festival.
Chicago sound artist and educator Olivia Block previews her November 19 workshop about working with archival sound.
Conference Preview: Music Therapy at the Intersection of Medicine, Society and Our Personal Lives.
Jennifer Stoever, author of The Sonic Color Line: Race and the Cultural Politics of Listening, discusses how sound studies, race and gender intersect.