Registration with Hélène Laurin.
Andra McCartney and Owen Chapman waiting to register.
Conference attendees filing in - Caitlin Loney waves 'Hi.'
Will Straw says he attended his first IASPM conference about 30 years ago.
Line Grenier greets conference goers.
Andrew Mark's presentation, "CoHearing Ecomusicology: Placing Music Research within the Academy of Environmental Studies and the Environmental Movement."
Christopher Driver's presentation, "In the Pit: Unraveling the Economy of a Hard-Core Place Event."
Owen Chapman opens our Friday night event.
Michael Drews performs at Il Motore on Friday night. His piece "Noir" seeks to draw out that which might be hidden beneath the surface.
From Michael Drews' "Noir."
The crowd at Il Motore.
Sam Thulin introduces a short clip from his piece "From There to Hear: Placing Mobile Music."
A scene from Andra McCartney's experimental audio/video piece which is based on LIz Miller's documentary "The Water Front."
Randolph Jordan's piece captures a sense of place through sounds. This piece is based on a walk through NYC with his newborn.
Randolph Jordan's work.
Owen Chapman and Rae Staseson's Conversation with a Sunflower."
DJ Claire begins her set with one of her favourite tracks, "Bird, Lake, Object" by Jan Jelnek and Fujita.
Sam Thulin and The Wilderness.
Owen Chapman performs a solo piece. Clara Furey watches from stage left.
Clara Furey, Tomas Furey and Owen Chapman perform.