AWSRG Seminars

With members spread out around Australia and globally, our online seminars are a great way to share expertise, keep in touch and extend our community.

Seminars are held via zoom, and we’re aiming for a session each month. Topics depend on the expertise available, and what members would like to learn about. Ideally we’ll continue to have a balance between natural history, research, the arts and technical tutorials.

All events will be free and open to all, however registration will be required to access the joining links. The registration page for upcoming seminars will be linked here. Additionally, email notifications of upcoming seminars will be sent to followers of this site – subscribe to be notified (right side margin of this page).

Upcoming Seminars:

Wednesday, July 14th at 7.00pm AEST:
AWSRG Winter Listening Party
An opportunity to gather, chat and share recordings. Contribute a recording or two to the evening by sending audio no later than 24hrs beforehand (possibly via to: listeningearth (you know the symbol) gmail (dot) com.
Registration is free but required to access the meeting link

Past Seminars:

Links to videos listed here (where available).

April 21st:
Earth Law, an introduction to earth-centered jurisprudence, with Michelle Maloney

March 25th:
South America – A Nature Sound Journey, with Juan Pablo Culasso
(private link for the audio content coming soon)

To upgrade the special equipment Juan needs to access his studio computers as a blind person, he has established a crowdfunding campaign. Here is the link if you’d like to donate:

Feb 18:
‘A Taste for the Beautiful’, the songs of the Pied Butcherbird – with Hollis Taylor
(By request this event has not been video recorded)

Jan 24:
Sound Editing Software (Audacity and Reaper) – with Virginia Hilyard and James Harris

Jan 10:
Repairing Field Recordings with Izotope RX8 – with Andrew Skeoch

Dec 10:
Fieldcraft in Wildlife Sound Recording – with Roger Boughton

Nov 17:
‘The Bird Way’ – with Jennifer Ackerman
(By request this event has not been video recorded)

Oct 20:
Wildlife Sound in Screen Media – with Tim Duck