howlround

howlround

(ˈhaʊlˌraʊnd)
n
(Electronics) the condition, resulting in a howling noise, when sound from a loudspeaker is fed back into the microphone of a public-address or recording system. Also called: howlback
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The plays arealso set tolivestreamon the commons-based HowlRound TV network at howlround.
com)-- Seth Lepore, who writes an ongoing series about artist entrepreneurship for the live arts journal HowlRound, is launching a Crowdfunding campaign on Tuesday, October 20th to raise $18,000 in funds to write and self-publish Ruthless Reciprocity: A Living Document to Transform the Performing Arts Community.
In an article for HowlRound, the journal of the Center for the Theater Commons, Isaac Butler argues that the extension of copyright terms, from 14 years (renewable once) in the first US copyright law to 95 years or more in the current iteration, is bankrupting our cultural commons by keeping important works out of the public domain, where other artists could freely adapt and build on them.
According to organizers, the two-day eventwill be livestreamed on Howlround.
Among the recipients--which span music, visual art, dance, and film--seven have worked in the theatre: playwright Luis Alfaro, dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov, HowlRound director P.
My bible, I will say, was David's article in HowlRound two seasons ago about season programming," she explains.
Also, make sure that your theatre and your colleagues abroad are included on the World Theatre Map, developed by HowlRound in collaboration with GTI.
This month, March 10-12, New England Foundation for the Arts, in partnership with ArtsEmerson, HowlRound, and the Foundation for Art and Healing, will host Art in the Service of Understanding: New Perspectives from Artists and the Military Community in Boston.
These artists then partnered with Emerson College's HowlRound to begin planning an organizational structure that would ultimately lead to the Commons's formation and the 2013 National Convening in Boston.