Talk by Pauline Oliveros

Nov 27, 2008



Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Vancouver


7:00 p.m.


Western Front co-presented a talk by Pauline Oliveros in conjunction with a series of performances and workshops at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Over her fifty-year career, Oliveros profoundly influenced contemporary music through her innovative work with improvisation, electronic music, meditation, myth, and ritual. 

Presented in partnership with Emily Carr University of Art + Design and the Charles H. Scott Gallery (now Libby Leshgold Gallery) as part of The Sound I’m Looking For, Part 2, an exhibition of sound-based work by Canadian and international artists curated by Cate Rimmer.

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