Author Archives: Jason
Patch Up! : A collective reflection on the connections between technology, creativity, culture, and personal agency
Department of Humanities’ recent workshop Patch Up! brought together a diverse group of scholars, artists, engineers, educators, and entrepreneurs to collectively explore the impact of modular synthesis on music and multimedia arts. Participants at this innovative and interdisciplinary workshop discussed the growing … Continue reading
RE/Lab is proud to be part of a team lead by adam bell that received a 3 years $500k SSHRC Award for the Race, Gender and Diversity Initiative: 2021-22 Competition for our project: Facilitating Anti-Ableist Remote Music Making.
Visit the RE/Lab, as Dr. McBride tests a GoPro rig.
Excited to announce that Charlene Ryan and I have received a $10k grant from the Learning and Teaching Grant (LTG) program at Ryerson’s Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching for our project “Challenging Ableism in Creative Arts and Music … Continue reading
Last summer (July 2021), Katie Stelmanis, who performs as Austra, invited me to give a modular synth lesson as part of a mentorship program for Venus Fest, a Toronto-based music festival and concert series for women. At the time, Katie … Continue reading