Proposals being accepted for MOXsonic, Sonic Arts Festival, March 8-9, 2018

I am happy to announce my position of Co-Director at the Missouri Experimental Sonic Arts Festival.

(Link to proposals at the end.)

MOXsonic (March 9-10, 2018) is two days of concerts, research presentations, workshops, installations, and conversations. Our goal is that academic—and independent—artists and groups, music/sonic technologists, and more will gather for an exploration of sonic possibilities.

We welcome a wide variety of applications and believe that a diversity of voices, perspectives, gender, genre, age, and identity will make for a positive and strong event. Make no presumptions as to what projects we will select: surprise us with your submission.

MOXsonic focuses on programming events with experimental music involving live performance, video, and interactivity. Improvisers, composer/performers, and teams of composers and performers are especially welcome: as are performers who would like to present new or recent works. MOXsonic is interested in a variety of musics, installations, and research presentations. In addition to our daytime activities, there is a nightlife component where musicians can stretch out and explore longer forms while other participants socialize.

Individual and group submissions are expected to be mostly self-contained: we supply the space(s), technical crew, the organization, the community, and PR. Participants supply all else: i.e., people who do it all themselves or people who propose teams and collaborative efforts. For the current MOXsonic adventure, we are unfortunately unable to provide travel funding or honoraria, but we guarantee that a good time will be had by all. We are happy to help with language and/or letters of commitment for grant applications to support your participation. A list of what we are able to supply—along with details of our performance and installation spaces—is available at

There are no application fees or registration fees, and there will be no ticket fees for all events.

The festival takes place at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Missouri, approximately one hour south-east of Kansas City, Missouri.

Please sign up below with our email lists to keep posted on all our upcoming events and/or projects.

The proposal portal is open.