Join UQ PhD candidates Taana Rose and Joshua Rivory as they explore music creation and performance with new immersive and interactive technologies. Witness three world premieres of electroacoustic compositions within the UQ Art Museum; including, Rivory’s take on the Soundscape musical instrument created by Trevor Hunter, Rose’s exploration of performing with immersive technology, and the collaborative electroacoustic piece Luminous Flux. Experience the new frontier of music composition and technology.

About 2020 UQ Art Museum Series

In 2020 the School of Music has continued to collaborate with the UQ Art museum; presenting concerts that feature alumni and staff working in the genres of electro-acoustics, structured improvisation, electronic dance music, and contemporary classical music. The series fosters an ongoing partnership between our two prestigious institutions and supports interdisciplinary projects within the arts at UQ. 


Find out more about the 2020 UQ Art Museum Exhibitions

July - November: Conflict in My Outlook: We meet online and Occurrent Affair: proppaNOW


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