Day: March 7, 2011

Musical robots

March 7, 2011

An unusual group of “musicians” created by Lemur—the League of Electronic Musical Urban Robots—will be performing this week on the Homewood campus. Founded in 2000 by Eric Singer, Lemur is a group of artists and technologists who create exotic, sculptural musical instruments that integrate robotic technology. The result is computer-controlled mechanized acoustic musical instruments that […]

Pilot program throws tough problems at new APL staff

March 7, 2011

Military satellite communications systems are more critical than ever to the Navy’s ability to project force and conduct operations around the globe. Twelve APL staff were challenged with developing alternative forms of communications, and last fall they presented their findings to Pacific Fleet Command senior staff. “They were very well-received,” said Jerry Krill, assistant director […]

Students invited to apply for undergraduate arts prizes

March 7, 2011

Students are invited to apply for the Louis Sudler Prize in the Arts and the President’s Commendation for Achievement in the Arts in recognition of outstanding accomplishment in the arts during the 2010–2011 academic year. Students who are in good standing and on track to receive a degree in May 2010 may apply simultaneously for […]

Music at Evergreen

March 7, 2011

The Edmar Castaneda Quartet—Edmar Castaneda, Colombian harp; Shlomi Cohen, soprano sax; Dave Silliman, drums; and Andrea Tierra, vocals—will bring its unique sound to Evergreen Museum & Library’s Bakst Theatre at 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 12. Castaneda has embraced the folkloric traditions of his native Colombia while carrying them forward into the world of Latin […]

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