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Job Opportunity: Marketing and Administrative Assistant

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NON:op is seeking a marketing and administrative assistant who is passionate about the arts and social justice.
Viral Silence, Adaptive ResponseNON:op Open Opera Works

Hear Below: My Pedway Soundwalk 2022

NON:op Open Opera Works and Midwest Society for Acoustic Ecology are pleased to announce our fourth annual HEAR BELOW: My Pedway Soundwalk, small-group and self-guided soundwalks through the sounding space of Chicago’s underground pedway.
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Participate

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Beginning in 2021 NON:op invites you to participate in one of…
Viral Silence, Adaptive ResponseNON:op Open Opera Works

Place is the Space: An Overview of NON:op’s Aural Neighborhoods Sound Trails

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What exactly defines a place? How does one come to “know” a space? Is it growing up in a particular neighborhood, knowing it block by block? Is it simply spending time within that space, absorbing, researching, wandering? So many assumptions often made by people adjacent to a place. Why not experience “place and space”.
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A Broken Contract, Empty Words, and an Unrealized Rebirth

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Kameron Locke Four score and seven years ago our fathers…
Viral Silence, Adaptive ResponseNON:op Open Opera Works

Aural Neighborhoods: OHC Soundwalks, October 16-25

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The economic disparities between different Chicago neighborhoods have been clearly identified and displayed in community activist and photographer Tonika Johnson's Folded Map Project. From the perspective of sound and the field of acoustics, are these inequalities also apparent? For example, is the soundscape different in Lincoln Park and Englewood; Austin and the Gold Coast? How is it different and why?