2005-06 New Media Gallery Exhibits and Artists
An array of old and contemporary technology and musical instruments arranged on a wall.

Trimpin | Archival Investigations READ MORE >

A coil of thorned vines suspended in a room with white walls. Brown images are mounted on the walls in a line.

Richard Lerman | Fences - Borders READ MORE >

A microphone on a wooden slatted surface, with a sculptural form extending below it.

Kichul Kim | Rapport READ MORE >

S. Lyn Goeringer | Huldre READ MORE >

A microphone rests on the floor, with a circle of reflected light around it.

Joe Colley | Lonely Microphone READ MORE >

Trimpin's Hear & Now

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Richard Lerman standing at a table with a computer and other electronic equipment on it.

Richard Lerman READ MORE >

Kichul Kim speaks into a microphone connected to his kinetic sculpture Rapport.

Kichul Kim READ MORE >

Photo of S. Lyn Goeringer

S. Lyn Goeringer READ MORE >

Joe Colley, illuminated with red, controlling a sound mixing board.

Joe Colley READ MORE >

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Jack Straw Artist Residencies
Jack Straw Artist Support Program, Writers Program, and New Media Gallery Program

The Jack Straw Writers Program, Artist Support Program, and New Media Gallery Program offer established and emerging artists in diverse disciplines an opportunity to explore the creative use of sound in a professional atmosphere through residencies in our recording studios and participation in our various presentation programs.

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Jack Straw Writers Program

The Jack Straw Writers Program was created in 1997 to introduce local writers to the medium of recorded audio; to develop their presentation skills for both live and recorded readings; to encourage the creation of new literary work; to present the writers and their work in live readings, an anthology, on the web, and on the radio; and to build community among writers.

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Jack Straw Artist Support Program
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The Artist Support Program has been assisting artists working creatively with sound since 1994, including writers, choreographers, multidisciplinary artists, theatre sound designers, radio producers, film makers, visual artists, and musicians and composers of all types. Every year, up to eight artists are awarded twenty hours of studio recording and production time with a Jack Straw engineer; an additional twelve artists receive matching awards for studio time.

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