In this episode, Wioleta talks to professor Margaret Noodin about using language to communicate what we know and to connect with other parts of the world and put pieces together. Professor Noodin also shares her writings, singing and thoughts on language, land and culture.
Happy New Year 2022 to all CrazyBirds out there:) We wish you a healthy, creative and filled with love and laughter New Year! We are also very excited to report to you in 2022 with new episodes. Make sure to tune in to CrazyBird Podcast Season 3 to listen to exquisite artists and educators and to learn about their work and creative process.
In this episode, Wioleta talks to composer Valerio Sannicandro about music, deconstructing the experience of listening and multiplying possibilities and paths of listening. Valerio also shares his thoughts on using image to help the listener to connect and access a musical composition.
It is meant to address young or advanced composers who want to work actively on specific scores to enhance their technical skills. In particular, some aspect of the score notation that concern both the performer and conductor’s point of view will be deeply analyzed and discussed in a rather workshop-like way of working. This is an experience to either prepare or be integrated with your academic studies.
Program Details Application by email (email@example.com): 1. Project or work proposal in 200-500 words 2. Short bio 3. Portfolio (2 scores and list of works) If selected, Valerio Sannicandro will contact for an interview. Max number of 6 students will be accepted, at a time.
Timetable: The duration is 6 months, and this can start at any time, preferably in September or March. It typically consists of a series of 6 meetings in person or via Skype/Zoom. More meetings can be arranged, if needed.
2)The JUNIOR Composition Mentorship Program is designed for young composers and composition students who are at the beginning stage of their career/studies.
Be in touch to schedule a preliminary call to discuss your goals and/or projects. I look forward to having an interesting and beautiful musical exchange!
The duration is 2-3 months, and this can start at any time. It typically consists of a series of 6 meetings of 45 minutes in person or via Skype/Zoom.
More meetings can be arranged, if needed in order to have a continuous feedback.
In this episode, Wioleta talks to award-winning experience designer, artist and educator Graham Plumb about his passion for digital experiences that go beyond screen-based interfaces, “happy accidents” in the process of making art and designed objects, and humor as a gateway into art.
In this episode, Wioleta talks to supervising animator at Dreamworks Animation and filmmaker, Rani Naamani about his passion for both film and animation. Wioleta and Rani chat about what it takes to create captivating and award-winning animated films. Rani also reminds us of how team sprit, collaboration and supportive and nurturing environment are crucial to unifying an idea and bringing a masterpiece to life.
In this episode, Wioleta talks to designer, artist and educator Martin Venezky about the importance of staying observant, challenging yourself, experimenting and dipping into a new territory. Martin shares his thoughts on creative process and developing one’s own unique methods and techniques of making and designing and how slowing down can enhance that process.
In this episode, Wioleta talks to painter and educator Craig Drennen about his latest show at Laney Contemporary Gallery in Savannah, GA and how Shakespeare’s Timon of Athens has served as a source of inspiration since 2008 and led to a distinct body of work. Craig explains how the concept of “edgeland” as articulated by the Lettrist and Situationist groups relates to his work and why it is important to rely on intuition.