New Arts Collaboration is an interdisciplinary art project for sound and multimedia. NAC connects with artists from multi-disciplined fields, forming a strong bond for artists to collaborate with each other, including living composers, sound artists, visual artists and so on.
In our vision, sound as a human expression could be formed and interacted freely and experimentally with other mediums including electronics, tape, visuals, music, etc. With the mission, NAC collaborates with artists to create series of interdisciplinary artworks for showcases, concerts, and exhibitions.
NAC is curated by pianist Ting Luo in 2020, highlighting the project's on-going premiere for piano and multimedia/extended piano technique.
Works by NAC have been selected and featured in CAPMT-MTNA Artists Panel Webinar, The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art’s Digital Shorts Film Festival, Fresh Inc Festival, New Music Gathering Conference/Festival and will be presented in Old First Concert Series, The Center of New Music and Thailand New Music and Arts Symposium from September to December 2021.
NAC serves as a vessel for artists to be collaborative, be open-minded, and be creative through the partnership.
November 7th, 4 PM (PT), 2021
In the premier, piano works will be performed with visual video and electronics soundscape, bringing audience the ultimate listening and visual feast.
Composer Collaborator: Belinda Reynolds
Brett Austin Eastman
Visual Artist Collaborator: Joanne Ho
SNOW, piano solo with multimedia in collaboration with composer Jean Ahn and video artist Jo Ho.
*New Arts Collaboration is a fiscally-sponsored affiliate of InterMusic SF, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to small ensemble music in the San Francisco Bay Area.