AES San Francisco 2010
Student / Career Event Details

 

Thursday, November 4, 2:30 pm — 4:00 pm (Room 131)

Education Forum Panel

Moderator:
Alex U. Case, University of Massachusetts Lowell - Lowell, MA, USA
Panelists:
Nathan Breitling, Art Institute of CA-San Francisco - San Francisco, CA, USA
Paula Froehle, Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy - Chicago, IL, USA
Ryan Kleeman, Art Institute of CA-San Francisco - San Francisco, CA, USA
John Murray, Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy - Chicago, IL, USA
Agnieszka Roginska, New York University - New York, NY, USA
John Storyk

Abstract:
Creating the Out-of-Class Experience

Audio education has always pushed beyond the scope of the traditional lecture classroom experience. Recent innovations in pedagogy and investments in facilities point to a future of audio curricula rich with cutting edge research, intense hands-on experience, and deep interaction with other disciplines. Educators and students are invited to join the discussion with our panelists as they present their benchmark work in creating a compelling out-of-class experience.

"Production In Action: An Innovative Educational Approach to Collaboration with the Industry" will be led by Paula Froehle, Academic Dean, Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy, Chicago, and John Murray, Recording Arts, Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy, Chicago.

"Studios and Labs for Future Music Technologists" will be led by Agnieszka Roginska and Paul Geluso, Music Technology, New York University and John Storyk, Architect/Acoustician/Co-Principal, Walters-Storyk Design Group, New York, NY, USA.

“Summative Assessment in the Studio: Building a Curriculum That Is More than the Sum of its Parts” will be led by Nathan Breitling, D.M.A., Director, Audio Production, AiCA-San Francisco and Ryan Kleeman, MFA, Faculty, Audio Production, AiCA-San Francisco.

Thursday, November 4, 5:00 pm — 6:30 pm (Room 120)

SDA-1

Abstract:
The first Student Delegate Assembly (SDA) meeting is the official opening of the Convention’s student program and a great opportunity to meet with fellow students from all corners of the world. This opening meeting of the Student Delegate Assembly will introduce new events and election proceedings, announce candidates for the coming year’s election for the North/Latin America Regions, announce the finalists in the recording competition categories, hand out the judges’ sheets to the nonfinalists, and announce any upcoming events of the Convention. Students and student sections will be given the opportunity to introduce themselves and their activities, in order to stimulate international contacts.

All students and educators are invited to participate in this meeting. Election results and Recording Competition and Poster Awards will be given at the Student Delegate Assembly Meeting–Part 2 on Sunday, November 7, at 2:30.

Friday, November 5, 10:00 am — 6:00 pm (Room: Exhibit Hall)

Student Science Spot

Abstract:
Hey students! Check out the Student Science Spot for cool student designs and projects! See the creative geniuses demonstrate their knowledge in the flesh. Learn about other student events or just hang and meet some new audio friends. To submit a design or project please contact our fearless Chair of Europe Daniel Deboy at daniel@aes-sda.org

This is an amazing opportunity to share your hard work—don't be shy! Hope to see you all there!

This event will run Friday through Sunday.

Friday, November 5, 12:00 pm — 1:00 pm (Room 122)

Student Recording Critiques

Co-moderators:
Ian Corbett, Kansas City Kansas Community College - Kansas City, KS, USA
David Greenspan, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Abstract:
Students are encouraged to bring in their stereo or surround projects to this non-competitive listening session for feedback and comments from a panel and audience. Students will be able to sign-up for time slots at the first SDA meeting and at the Student Science Spot, on a first come, first served basis. Students who are finalists in the Recording Competition are excluded from participating in this event to allow the many non-finalists an opportunity for feedback on their hard work. Bring your stereo or surround work on CD, DVD, or hard disc as clearly-labeled .wav files. The Student Recording Critiques are generously sponsored by PMC.

Friday, November 5, 4:00 pm — 7:00 pm (Room 206)

Recording Competition Surround

Abstract:
The Student Recording Competition is a highlight at each convention. A distinguished panel of judges participates in critiquing finalists of each category in an interactive presentation and discussion. This event presents stereo and surround recordings in these categories:

• Surround Sound for Picture 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
• Surround Classical 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm
• Surround Non-Classical 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm


The top three finalists in each category, as identified by our judges, present a short summary of their production intentions and the key recording and mix techniques used to realize their goals. They then play their projects for all who attend. Meritorious awards are determined here and will be presented at the closing Student Delegate Assembly Meeting (SDA-2) on Sunday afternoon.

The competition is a great chance to hear the work of your fellow students at other educational institutions. Everyone learns from the judges’ comments even if your project isn’t one of the finalists, and it's a great chance to meet other students and faculty.

Friday, November 5, 8:00 pm — 7:30 pm

Student Social

Abstract:
Join us for a fun and exciting evening at the Student Social. On Friday night, Nov. 5th, at 8 pm the fun begins! Don't miss this chance to meet and engage with students from all over the world! The social will cost ten dollars per student. Get your ticket at the Student Science Spot or one of the SDA leaders. More information and details will be provided at SDA-1. Or contact vice-chair of the Americas, Philip Parenteau at philip@aes-sda.org

Saturday, November 6, 10:00 am — 11:30 am (Room: Concourse)

Career Fair

Abstract:
The Career Fair will feature several companies from the exhibit floor. All attendees of the Convention, students and professionals alike, are welcome to come talk with representatives from the companies and find out more about job and internship opportunities in the audio industry. Bring your resume!

Saturday, November 6, 10:00 am — 6:00 pm (Room: Exhibit Hall)

Student Science Spot

Abstract:
Hey students! Check out the Student Science Spot for cool student designs and projects! See the creative geniuses demonstrate their knowledge in the flesh. Learn about other student events or just hang and meet some new audio friends. To submit a design or project please contact our fearless Chair of Europe Daniel Deboy at daniel@aes-sda.org

This is an amazing opportunity to share your hard work—don't be shy! Hope to see you all there!

This event will run Friday through Sunday.

Saturday, November 6, 11:30 am — 12:30 pm (Room 122)

Student Recording Critiques

Co-moderators:
Ian Corbett, Kansas City Kansas Community College - Kansas City, KS, USA
David Greenspan, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Abstract:
Students are encouraged to bring in their stereo or surround projects to this non-competitive listening session for feedback and comments from a panel and audience. Students will be able to sign-up for time slots at the first SDA meeting and at the Student Science Spot, on a first come, first served basis. Students who are finalists in the Recording Competition are excluded from participating in this event to allow the many non-finalists an opportunity for feedback on their hard work. Bring your stereo or surround work on CD, DVD, or hard disc as clearly-labeled .wav files. The Student Recording Critiques are generously sponsord by PMC.

Saturday, November 6, 12:30 pm — 2:00 pm (Room: Concourse)

Education Fair

Abstract:
Institutions offering studies in audio (from short courses to graduate degrees) will be represented in a “table top” session. Information on each school’s respective programs will be made available through displays and academic guidance. There is no charge for schools to participate. Admission is free and open to all Convention attendees.

Sunday, November 7, 9:00 am — 1:00 pm (Room 206)

Recording Competition Stereo

Abstract:
The Student Recording Competition is a highlight at each convention. A distinguished panel of judges participates in critiquing finalists of each category in an interactive presentation and discussion. This event presents stereo recordings in these categories:

Classical 9:00 am to 10:00 am
Jazz/Blues 10:00 am to 11:00 am
World/Folk 11:00 AM to 12:00 noon
Pop/Rock 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm

The top three finalists in each category, as identified by our judges, present a short summary of their production intentions and the key recording and mix techniques used to realize their goals. They then play their projects for all who attend. Meritorious awards are determined here and will be presented at the closing Student Delegate Assembly Meeting (SDA-2) on Sunday afternoon.

The competition is a great chance to hear the work of your fellow students at other educational institutions. Everyone learns from the judges’ comments even if your project isn’t one of the finalists, and it's a great chance to meet other students and faculty.

Sunday, November 7, 10:00 am — 4:00 pm (Room: Exhibit Hall)

Student Science Spot

Abstract:
Hey students! Check out the Student Science Spot for cool student designs and projects! See the creative geniuses demonstrate their knowledge in the flesh. Learn about other student events or just hang and meet some new audio friends. To submit a design or project please contact our fearless Chair of Europe Daniel Deboy at daniel@aes-sda.org

This is an amazing opportunity to share your hard work—don't be shy! Hope to see you all there!

This event will run Friday through Sunday.

Sunday, November 7, 2:30 pm — 4:00 pm (Room 130)

SDA-2

Abstract:
At this meeting the SDA will elect a new vice chair. One vote will be cast by the designated representative from each recognized AES student section in the North and Latin America Regions. Judges’ comments and awards will be presented for the Recording Competitions. Plans for future student activities at local, regional, and international levels will be summarized.


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