Posted in April 2014

Enter: Transduction Reception

Enter: Transduction Reception

On Tuesday April 15, OpenGrounds hosted the culmination of the past semester’s Transduction Series, a program that included lectures, discussions, and courses focused on “the role of signals, interactive media, and human interfaces in facilitating interdisciplinary collaboration and fostering creativity.” During the course of the past semester, the Transduction course, using OpenGrounds as a space to … Continue reading

Public Reading – A Sense of Place: Perceptions of Coastal Virginia

In the spirit of supporting cross-disciplinary approaches to scholarship, OpenGrounds hosted a public reading of short essays and poems written by students of Professors Arthur Schwarzschild and Hannah Rogers of the Department of Environmental Science’s J-Term course, entitled “A Sense of Place: Perceptions of Coastal Ecosystems and the Written Word.” This course, which was hosted by … Continue reading

OpenGrounds Hosts Kendra Emery Concert

OpenGrounds Hosts Kendra Emery Concert

On Friday March 21st, OpenGrounds hosted a concert for Kendra Emery, a musician who incorporates singing, the saxophone and a loop station into her projects. The concert consisted of two singer/song writers from O-Records at UVA who opened and closed for Kendra, using material they worked on during their music careers while at UVA. Kendra plays the tenor sax, … Continue reading