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Relational Photography? 

I just got back from meeting with the photographer for our Relational Drawing gig at the Whitney tomorrow night, and I've been reflecting on the whole process. The working premise of our experimentation with "relational drawing" is that movement and drawing belong together, and that exploring the sensory coherence of our postures and actions is …

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Against Practice 

I'm getting ready to give a workshop for the Music & Music Education program at Teachers College, and I've been thinking lately about the paradoxes of practicing, teaching, and performing. One of the things that strikes me as particularly challenging for musicians and music educators, is the question of repetition. What are we doing when …

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Music Embodied: Effortless Learning and Performing 

Heads up! I'll be doing a workshop on embodied learning for the Music Education Program, here at Teachers College. All are welcome to attend. The evening of Wednesday the 27th. Mark your calendars.


Reposted from Music & Music Education. Written by Justine Dolorfino.

Come experience the fundamentals of effortless musicality, using your whole self, with Chris Moffett (Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner). Horace Mann 435, Wednesday October 27, 7:15-9:15pm.

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Like Netflix, New College Software Seeks to Personalize Recommendations – Wired Campus – The Chronicle of Higher Education 

Quote of the day: It’s as if Blackboard is somebody with hippocampal damage, that has severe amnesia,” he said. “It’s never seen you before, other than knowing that you have an account in the system. The systems outside learn about you. But the systems typically in academia do not. Robert S. Bramucci via Like Netflix, …

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