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Saturday, March 28 • 7:30am - 8:30am
Soundwalks: Morning Air Sound Walk: Exploring the Sonic Environment of ASU’s Tempe Campus-Visit of James Turrell’s Skyspace: Air Apparent

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Morning Air Sound Walk: Exploring the Sonic Environment of ASU’s Tempe Campus and Visit of James Turrell’s Skyspace: Air Apparent 

Experience the intricate and diverse soundscape of the ASU Tempe campus. We will meet at dawn at the ASU sign at the corner of University and College Avenue and go to the East Side to contemplate sounds around an outdoor sculpture and adjacent garden. Passing by the historic Old Main campus area, we will relax at Air Apparent (2012), created by the famous American light and space artist James Turrell (http://skyspace.asu.edu). Then we will traverse more populated campus areas, ending at the music building in time for morning lectures and presentations. We will meet at 7:30 on Saturday March 28th and the sound walk should take approximately 45-50 minutes. Free event!

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Chris Lamb

Born in West Point, New York in 1989, Chris Lamb began moving – from New York to Kansas to Panama and Korea. Mr. Lamb experienced a great deal of world culture before settling in Fairfax, Virginia. Once in Virginia, he began to study piano and trombone simultaneously. He began formal composition lessons under Christopher Johnson at the Fairfax High School Academy for Communication Arts. From there, Mr. Lamb attended Christopher Newport... Read More →
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Carol Mellis

Chris Lamb, Carol Mellis, Brandon Ransom, and Danielle Van Tuinen are graduate students at the ASU Herberger Institute of Art and Design School of Music majoring in music performance, music composition and music education.
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Brandon Ransom

Chris Lamb, Carol Mellis, Brandon Ransom, and Danielle Van Tuinen are graduate students at the ASU Herberger Institute of Art and Design School of Music majoring in music performance, music composition and music education.
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Danielle Van Tuinen

Chris Lamb, Carol Mellis, Brandon Ransom, and Danielle Van Tuinen are graduate students at the ASU Herberger Institute of Art and Design School of Music majoring in music performance, music composition and music education.


Saturday March 28, 2015 7:30am - 8:30am
ASU Sign, University & College University Dr. & College Ave.

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