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Re: [sc-dev] Symposium options

the main symposium is compressed into three-four days- the workshops are just a taught part, basically a beginners/intermediate course and probably having some more advanced classes once more developers would be on site for the symposium. It would be a SuperCollider course which segues into a conference- no need for all developers and artists to attend the earlier part. Talks/workshops by specific developers etc would be scheduled for the main symposium, we'd be careful about that... 

hope that clears that up,

On 7 Dec 2005, at 09:12, Alessandro Fogar wrote:


aren't 7 days too much ?

I think we should compress everything in 4 days (thursday -> sunday)

I was thinking to come and to attend some workshops but cannot stay there for 7 days long :-)

All the best

Alessandro Fogar

2005/12/7, Nick Collins <nikolaicollinsky@xxxxxxxxxxx>:
Dear all,
                 I enclose two possible dates/locations for a
SuperCollider symposium and associated workshops for summer 2006.
Scott Wilson has kindly made available the second option below, and
this would be in collaboration with the BEAST sound system.

We're canvassing your opinions on the dates- I know there were
various conflicting requirements to avoid academic terms, keep air
fares lower etc. It might be that someone else has an even better
suggestion, but these are our current options. We can discuss on list
or feel free to just send me a quick opinion off-list and I'll return
results of the survey in one e-mail...

We 'd need to get the date set this month if we wanted to go ahead,
in time for us to put in UK funding bids for conference grants.

workshops week of June 26-30th, symposium 30 June-2 July, in
Cambridge, UK (University of Cambridge music faculty)

workshops week of July 24-28th, symposium 28th-30th, in Birmingham,
UK (University of Birmingham music faculty)

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