DIY video series for International Women's Day 2021! We are glad to have received eight submissions today and hope they’ll inspire you.
We just published the final interviews for this season. Have a look at the inspiring interview with Sølvi Ystad:
We just published the final interviews for this season. Check out the great interview with Pamela Z:
We are thrilled to celebrate the 1st anniversary of WoNoMute and reflect on future directions in this blog post:
Our forthcoming WoNoMute talk by Sølvi Ystad on
"Perceptual Engineering as a Means to Interpret and Manipulate Human Perception" (4.11.19):
Supported by: NTNU & UiO, MCT_master
Come by if you're in Trondheim or Oslo or listen to our next WoNoMute talk via Stream by Liz Dobson on Interaction, Agency and The Role of Talk in Music Technology Education (14.10.19):
We're celebrating 10 years of En Tiempo Real with our first WoNoMute playlist:
With Tone Åse, Natasha Barrett, Ane Bjerkan, Ada Hoel, Liz Dobson UoH, Mari Lesteberg, Gyrid Nordal Kaldestad, Ximena Alarcón Díaz, Anna Xambo, Kristin Nordeval and Alex Murray-Leslie Chicksonspeed w. Melissa Logan.
Open Call - Who is your Women in Music Tech (WoMuTe) Hero? Submission deadline is
1st of March.
-name and mini-bio max. 150 characters, citation. More info:
Check out the biosketch video and interview with alxmurrayleslie, chicksonspeed http://wonomute.no/interviews/alexandra-murray-leslie Supported by NTNUHumanities UniOsloHF, in collaboration with MCT_master #womeninmusictech #wonomute
"Tami Gadir: The Music Technological Body" on February 4, 2019, 15:00-16:00, will be our next WoNoMute talk! http://wonomute.no/seminars/2019-01-25-tami-gadir-seminar-talk.html - Supported by: @NTNU @UniOslo In collaboration with: @MCT_master #wonomute #womeninmusictech
This is the organization Women Nordic Music Technology (WoNoMute) at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and University of Oslo (UiO).
This Mastodon instance is for people interested in technology. Discussions aren't limited to technology, because tech folks shouldn't be limited to technology either!