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Lisa Busby is a Scottish composer, vocalist, and improviser based in London. Situated across experimental music, performance art, and pop song, her practice often utilises the found and the prosaic, and manifests in various entangled modes – long-duration and site-specific work, video, non-standard scoring/notation, “anti-production” techniques for electronic music, and live improvisation for sound/body. Instrumentally she works with voice, turntables, hardware and software electronics, and electric guitar.
We made it! We learned so much! We had so much fun! Join us for a celebration of the 2019 Festival of Creative Learning on the final day of our curated week of over 100 creative learning events, and be entertained, amused, intrigued and enlightened by two Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas (CoDI) shows!
The event is split over two venues:
6:30pm-8pm Main University Library at George Square, Teaching Room 1.11.
8pm-10pm Teviot Loft Bar.
In January 2019, we brought together 10 scientists and 10 artists to create a piece of art on a postcard. Hosted by InterSci and ASCUS Art & Science, Art & Science on a Postcard was a networking and hands-on workshop for artists and scientists to exchange knowledge and ideas and to get creative with science.