QUBe is a music collective based in Belfast at SARC, providing a forum for experimental music involving students, staff, and musicians from inside and outside Queen’s University Belfast.
Sláinte explores issues of presence, parody and agency. This four act sonic essay is inspired by the repertoire of literary metafiction and its’ usual blend of biography, history and the socio-political milieu.
An interactive Public Programme event inviting you to alter your domestic environment through the light and sounds emitted from your devices.
Pedro Rebelo, Professor of Sonic Arts and SARC director has been in residency at Easter Edge Arts, Newfoundland with visual artist Geraldine Timlin working on the project “Shaped by the Sea”.
Pedro Rebelo, Professor of Sonic Arts and director of SARC has collaborated with Donegal based visual artist Geraldine Timlin in a show entitled "Silent Spring”.
The Oram Awards - a platform for innovation in sound, music and related technologies returns in 2021 for it's 5th edition.
As part of the NI Science Festival programme 2021 JAM4 have developed Biophonia, an immersive audiovisual experience exploring the impact of climate change on the environment through sound.
SARC are again delighted to be part of the Northern Ireland Science Festival and this year we are proud to deliver a diverse range of events over the two week period
Launched this week, Green Future Media is a student-led online multimedia project, anchored in the Broadcast Production department.
-ence is a new collaborative project between improviser and Professor of Music Paul Stapleton (AEL) and electronic musician and Lecturer in Latin American Studies, Ricki O'Rawe (AEL)
Call for Papers: Contested Resonances: Creativity, Listening and Performance in Conflict Transformation Virtual Conference 29th-30th July 2021. Hosted by the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute.
Kim Montgomery receive the prestegious Anjool Maldé Journalism prize for her work ‘43 Days’, which was produced as part of her Masters in Media and Broadcast Production 2019/20.
The Belfast Media Festival presents Kenneth Branagh in conversation with Kathy Clugston. He talks about growing up in Belfast, his upcoming movies, his creative process and his memories of the QFT.
Congratulations to Una Lee, SARC PhD Graduate and Visiting Scholar who was named as one of this year's winners of The Oram Awards.
Pablo Sanz, SARC’s PhD graduate and Visiting Scholar at Queen’s has received an award at the Phonurgia Nova Awards 2020 for the work STRANGE STRANGERS.
Congratulations to the 'Sounding Conflict' Research Project Team who have been shortlisted for Research Project of the Year: Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences 2020 by The Times Higher Education Awards.
A DfE award is available for a PhD project on Adapting sound-tracks for listeners with hearing loss at QUB. If you are interested in taking on this project please discuss with Dr Trevor Agus firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP, ideally by Monday, 10th August 20
SARC researchers past and present received awards at the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), the leading conference in the field of new musical instrument design and performance, held online 21st-25th July.
Created by Koichi Samuels who runs JAM 4 creative music technology course, part of Junior Academy of Music, at QUB. The voices are pupils of Junior Academy of Music and some instrumental recordings are also included in the music.
This project uses data from the World Health Organization Situation Reports in which global figures are presented for population infected with Covid 19 and new deaths related to the virus by day between the 21st January 2020 and the 25th March 2020.