Members of Widespread Panic, Phish, And 25+ Musicians To Play Col. Bruce Hampton’s Birthday Tonight

first_imgFondly called the “Granddaddy of the Jam Scene” for decades, Col. Bruce Hampton is a legend in jam music whose impact on the scene is insurmountable. From his beginnings with the groundbreaking avant-garde group the Hampton Grease Band to the seminal Aquarium Rescue Unit, his idiosyncratic blend of improvisational space rock has an influence that reaches far beyond Atlanta’s music clubs. He is one of live jam music’s most recognizable and respected players and this event will see many of his frequent collaborators and friends joining to honor his life and achievements.,Col. Bruce Hampton is turning 70 and he’s celebrating his birthday with a huge concert at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, with proceeds benefiting the Fox Theatre Institute and other musician-focused charities. Tonight, “Hampton 70: A Celebration of Col. Bruce Hampton” will feature collaborations by Col. Bruce’s friends and admirers as they come together to honor and pay tribute to his music and life.,For those unable to make it, nugs.net will be streaming the show live from the Fox. The webcast is currently available here, with proceeds going to benefit various charities including the Fox Theatre Institute.Tonight’s lineup includes: Widespread Panic members John Bell, Dave Schools, Duane Trucks and Jimmy Herring, Peter Buck of R.E.M, steel-guitar-man Darick Campbell, renowned saxophone player Karl Denson, Drew Emmitt and Vince Herman of Leftover Salmon, Jon Fishman of Phish, banjo-shredder Rev. Jeff Mosier, guitar god Warren Haynes, Drivin’ N Cryin’ front man Kevn Kinney, Atlanta jazz-staple Johnny Knapp, Chuck Leavell of The Allman Brothers Band and The Rolling Stones, Athens rock-troubadour T. Hardy Morris, 13-year old guitar prodigy Brandon “Taz” Niederauer, John Popper of Blues Traveler, funk bassist Kevin Scott, keyboardist Matt Slocum, Denny Walley of Frank Zappa fame, gypsy- metal guitarist Emil Werstler, Oliver Wood of The Wood Brothers, the Colonel’s Sling Blade co- star and Oscar- award winning actor Billy Bob Thornton plus Cy Young winner Jake Peavy, and more special guests.,Fondly called the “Granddaddy of the Jam Scene” for decades, Col. Bruce Hampton is a legend in jam music whose impact on the scene is insurmountable. From his beginnings with the groundbreaking avant-garde group the Hampton Grease Band to the seminal Aquarium Rescue Unit, his idiosyncratic blend of improvisational space rock has an influence that reaches far beyond Atlanta’s music clubs. He is one of live jam music’s most recognizable and respected players and this event will see many of his frequent collaborators and friends joining to honor his life and achievements. Col. Bruce Hampton is turning 70 and he’s celebrating his birthday with a huge concert at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, with proceeds benefiting the Fox Theatre Institute and other musician-focused charities. Tonight, “Hampton 70: A Celebration of Col. Bruce Hampton” will feature collaborations by Col. Bruce’s friends and admirers as they come together to honor and pay tribute to his music and life.For those unable to make it, nugs.net will be streaming the show live from the Fox. The webcast is currently available here, with proceeds going to benefit various charities including the Fox Theatre Institute.Tonight’s lineup includes: Widespread Panic members John Bell, Dave Schools, Duane Trucks and Jimmy Herring, Peter Buck of R.E.M, steel-guitar-man Darick Campbell, renowned saxophone player Karl Denson, Drew Emmitt and Vince Herman of Leftover Salmon, Jon Fishman of Phish, banjo-shredder Rev. Jeff Mosier, guitar god Warren Haynes, Drivin’ N Cryin’ front man Kevn Kinney, Atlanta jazz-staple Johnny Knapp, Chuck Leavell of The Allman Brothers Band and The Rolling Stones, Athens rock-troubadour T. Hardy Morris, 13-year old guitar prodigy Brandon “Taz” Niederauer, John Popper of Blues Traveler, funk bassist Kevin Scott, keyboardist Matt Slocum, Denny Walley of Frank Zappa fame, gypsy- metal guitarist Emil Werstler, Oliver Wood of The Wood Brothers, the Colonel’s Sling Blade co- star and Oscar- award winning actor Billy Bob Thornton plus Cy Young winner Jake Peavy, and more special guests.last_img read more

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A Tale Of Twisted Fate: Author Howard F. Weiner On How The Dead Revived Bob Dylan’s Career

first_imgL4LM contributing writer Bob Wilson recently interviewed Grateful Dead and Bob Dylan author/mega-fan Howard F. Weiner to discuss his latest book Dylan & the Grateful Dead: A Tale of Twisted Fate. The book delves into how the Dead were responsible for reviving Dylan’s career in the 1980’s, a time when the icon’s career was in a downward spiral and needed a reawakening. Check out what the author had to say in this recent interview: In his 2017 release, Dylan and the Grateful Dead: A Tale of Twisted Fate, author Howard F. Weiner documents the trails blazed by the Grateful Dead and Bob Dylan. This new title follows on the heels of Weiner’s earlier title, Tangled Up in Tunes: Ballad of a Dylanhead (2016). Though the six stadium run in 1987 that brought the Grateful Dead and Bob Dylan together has been derided thoroughly by the majority of critics, Weiner re-examines this moment in history and its impact on both iconic acts, boldly recounting how the Grateful Dead helped to revive a listless Dylan from his now-legendary 1980’s malaise.When asked about the official live album of the tour (1989), Weiner didn’t want to look back. The official record may be left heavily tainted in large measure by this release. “The Dylan & the Dead album is a travesty”, the author winced. “It seems almost like self-sabotage. There is no reason to get excited about it, and the song selection included the poorest performances of the tour.”[via LoloYodel]The Grateful Dead, it seems, wanted to use many songs recorded at the Giants Stadium show on July 12th, 1987. This is regarded as the finest show on the tour and featured some of the best renditions of classic Dylan songs. Instead of the rare gem “Joey” performed at its zenith, Dylan chose the version from the show at Foxborough Stadium on July 4th, 1987. This version had blown lyrics and was far inferior to the rendition from New Jersey. Weiner also relates that a low-on-confidence Dylan had his voice “way down in the mix,” almost as if he was hiding behind the music.Although not many will dispute the concert album being mishandled, the author emphasizes that “touring with the Grateful Dead changed the next thirty years of Dylan’s career.” Dylan’s releases like Knocked Out Loaded (1986) featured some decent tunes among the tracks but paled compared to his Nobel-worthy 1960’s catalog of songs. Dylan understandably needed something to help him carry the burden of his earlier self to new work, and perhaps the Grateful Dead helped the iconic rocker realize that performing could be both his mission and his salvation.Within Dylan and the Grateful Dead, Weiner adds some tasty anecdotes to the mix, such as Levon Helm inquiring backstage at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on New Year’s Eve, 1971, when Dylan would bring The Band back on tour. During that earlier time, Dylan replied that he was considering touring with the Grateful Dead. “I don’t think he really meant that in 1971, it was something he just shot out, but it eventually happened,” notes the author. While Dylan would tour with The Band in 1974, Dylan’s statement near a decade-and-a-half prior forces readers to consider how long such a collaboration had been in the works.[via LoloYodel]On February 12th, 1988, Dylan called the offices of the Grateful Dead in San Rafael, CA, and asked to join the band. “It’s a burden being Bob Dylan,” explains Weiner, “There is no way around that.” It only required one nay vote to nix Dylan’s candidacy, and it wasn’t Jerry Garcia or Bob Weir, nor was it Brent Mydland, who was still the new guy. It may have been one of the drummers, or Phil Lesh. Weiner goes on to muse, “Whoever it was, it was a blessing. Dylan went to New Orleans with Daniel Lanois, and wrote and recorded Oh Mercy (1989).”Inspired by the touring machine that the Grateful Dead had become, Dylan became a road warrior on June 7th, 1988. In their career, the Dead performed about 2,350 shows, and Dylan would eclipse that number in the second half of his career alone. “”I’ve got to go out there and play these songs. That’s just what I must do”, said Dylan in Newsweek in 1997. The tour still has not ended for Bob Dylan as of this date in 2017.Howard Weiner is also the author of Grateful Dead 1977: The Rise of Terrapin Nation; and Positively Garcia. Howard is the creator and host of Visions of Dylan, a series of two-hour programs that airs on 99.5 FM, WBAI, New York. Dylan & the Grateful Dead: A Tale of Twisted Fate is available and can be purchased via Amazon.Take a listen to Bob Wilson’s podcast with Howard F. Weiner as a guest: [cover photo via Larry Hulst, Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images]last_img read more

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Tune In To Austin City Limits’ Free Webcast All Weekend Long!

first_imgThis weekend, Austin City Limits returns to Zilker Park in Austin, Texas, for the first of its two weekends running October 6th through 8th and October 13th through 15th. The huge festival is renowned around the country, with the event pulling huge names like Jay Z, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Gorillaz, Chance The Rapper, The Killers, and many more to fill out its lineup of over 110 acts. This year, once again, Red Bull TV will be webcasting select sets each day online for free, with the streaming service setting up three distinct channels to capture the musical going-ons each day of the weekend from 2 pm (CST) onward.Austin City Limits Offering Refunds Following Sunday’s Las Vegas Mass ShootingOn Friday, fans can look forward to catching sets by Ryan Adams, Vulfpeck, The Revivalists, and Foster The People, all four of which are helping shut down the first night of festivities, with Vulfpeck’s set starting at 7:05 pm (CST). On Saturday, performances from acts like Red Hot Chili Peppers, Spoon, Cut Copy, and RÜFÜS DU SOL will all be available for viewing online, while Sunday will see streams of Gorillaz, Portugal. The Man, Run The Jewels, The Head And The Heart, Vance Joy, and ZHU. You can look below to see Austin City Limits’ full live-stream schedule on Red Bull TV, and tune into the webcast here.ACL 2017 WEEKEND 1 LIVESTREAM SCHEDULE (ALL TIMES CENTRAL)FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6Channel 12:05pm – Asleep at the Wheel3:10pm – Mutemath4:15pm – Crystal Castles5:15pm – Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real6:15pm – Royal Blood7:20pm – Ryan Adams8:30pm – Foster the PeopleChannel 22:05pm – MISSIO3:05pm – Sandy (Alex G)5:05pm – Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness6:05pm – Hamilton Leithauser7:05pm –Vulfpeck8:05pm – The RevivalistsSATURDAY, OCTOBER 7Channel 12:05pm – MUNA2:55pm – A$AP Ferg4:00pm – Joseph5:00pm – LIVE6:05pm – Cut Copy7:10pm – Spoon8:15pm – Red Hot Chili PeppersChannel 22:05pm – Welles3:00pm – DREAMCAR4:00pm – Benjamin Booker5:05pm – Cody Jinks6:05pm – Angel Olsen7:05pm – Tove Lo8:05pm – The Black AngelsChannel 32:05pm – Xavier Omar2:50pm – Mobley3:35pm – Ought9:05pm – RÜFÜS DU SOLSUNDAY, OCTOBER 8Channel 12:05pm – Middle Kids3:15pm – Brothers Osborne4:20pm – Milky Chance5:25pm – The Growlers6:30pm – Run the Jewels7:35pm – Portugal.the ManChannel 22:05pm – Amy Shark2:50pm – Sam Dew3:50pm – Danny Brown4:50pm – DRAM5:50pm – Louis the Child6:50pm – First Aid Kit7:50pm– The Head and the Heart8:50pm – GorillazChannel 32:05pm – The Wild Now2:50pm – Twin Limb3:35pm – Deap Vally4:20pm – Rainbow Kitten Surprise5:20pm – Whitney8:05pm – Vance Joy9:05pm – ZHUlast_img read more

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LOCKN’ Festival Adds Sheryl Crow To 2018 Lineup

first_imgSheryl Crow is the latest act to be added to the lineup for this year’s LOCKN’ Festival. Sheryl Crow has sold more than 50 million albums worldwide in her 30+ year career, garnering nine Grammy Awards out of 32 nominations. Hit songs like “All I Wanna Do” and “If It Makes You Happy” will live in rotation for years to come; and with the recent release of her 2017 album Be Myself, Crow has positioned herself for an exciting summer of international tour dates, including festival appearances at New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, Bonnaroo, and now, LOCKN’ Festival.Sheryl Crow will join previously-announced artists Dead & Company (four sets over two days), Umphrey’s McGee (three sets over two days), Tedeschi Trucks Band (two sets over two days), Turkuaz, Lettuce (three sets over two days, including a tribute to Jerry Garcia Band), George Clinton & P-Funk, Toots & The Maytals, Lukas Nelson & Promise Of The Real, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, and The Suffers. As previously reported, LOCKN’ will be making new lineup additions every day until the complete bill is released on February 8th. You can check out the artist rollout, including set times, via LOCKN’s website.LOCKN’ returns to Infinity Downs Farm from August 23rd through 26th. Tickets for the festival will go on sale at noon EST on Friday, February 9th. For more information about LOCKN’ or for ticketing, head over to the event’s website here.last_img read more

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Couple Flies To N. Ireland For Red Hot Chili Peppers Show, Accidentally Buys Red Hot Chili Pipers Tickets

first_imgRather than be deterred, the two went through with their international pursuit of music. After Saturday’s Red Hot Chili Pipers show, Robb posted a video of their view of the performance. For anybody interested in what the Red Hot Chilli Pipers sound like (and for the angry “didnt happen” mob ) here’s a video from our seats x pic.twitter.com/gIoymZ3xGW [H/T SF Gate]center_img As told by SF Gate, a British man named Duncan Robb recently got his girlfriend a very special Christmas gift: tickets to her favorite band, the Red Hot Chili Peppers. At £30 per ticket, the price was drastically lower than normal, so he jumped on them, and secured flights to North Ireland for the performance at Belfast’s SSE Arena.However, as Robb explained on Twitter, a few days before the performance, as they prepared for their flight, the couple noticed something strange about the hard-copy tickets they had received. Rather than buying tickets to the iconic American rock outfit, Robb had accidentally purchased tickets to the Red Hot Chili Pipers, a Scottish bagpipe rock cover band and the self-proclaimed “most famous bagpipe band on the planet.”Still can’t believe we’ve flown over to Belfast not for the @ChiliPeppers but to see the ‘worlds best bagpipe band’ @chillipipers … thought I’d got a rate good deal on tickets n’all. Had a nightmare pic.twitter.com/YO72amVR4Ilast_img read more

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Gorillaz Release New Album, ‘The Now Now’ [Stream]

first_imgAnimated hip-hop group Gorillaz had a very busy year in 2017. The band released their first studio album since 2010, Humanz, and have continued to tour the world in its support. In recent months, the group has been teasing the possibility of a new album, eventually confirming the project at the end of May. Fans eager to hear the completed album need wait no longer, as The Now Now was just released today via Warner Bros. Records.Recorded at London’s Studio 13 in February and produced by Simian Mobile Disco’s James Ford—who most recently worked with Arctic Monkeys on Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino—the new Gorillaz album features three special guest contributors: George Benson, Jamie Principle, and Snoop Dogg. The latter two, Jamie Principle and Snoop, appear together on the track, “Hollywood”, while Benson appears on the band’s Billboard Hot 100 charting single, “Humility”.Described by Damon Albarn as a “summer record”, The Now Now mostly focuses on his own vocals. “I thought I should make a record where I’m just singing for once,” he explained. “It’s pretty much just me singing, very sort of in the world of 2-D… I feel really good about it. I feel really really good about it.”You can take a listen to Gorillaz’s latest album, The Now Now, below. Enjoy! Gorillaz 2018 Tour Dates:07/05 – Werchter, BE @ Rock Werchter07/06 – Gdynia, PL @ Open’er Festival07/07 – Roskilde, DK @ Roskilde Festival07/11 – Bern, CH @ Gurtenfestival07/12 – Lucca, IT @ Lucca Summer Festival07/14 – Bilbao, ES @ Bilbao BBK Live07/19 – Nyon, CH @ Paléo Festival07/21 – Carhaix, FR @ Vieilles Charrues07/22 – Paris, FR @ Lollapalooza Paris07/25 – Kiev, UA @ U-Park Festival07/28 – Moscow, RU @ Park Live Festival08/09 – Budapest, HU @ Sziget Festival08/11 – Ovington, UK @ BoomTown Fair08/16 – St. Pölten, AT @ Frequency Festival08/17 – Biddinghuizen, NL @ Lowlands Festival10/08 – Toronto, ON @ Air Canada Centre *10/09 – Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre *10/11 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center *10/13 – New York, NY @ Barclays Center *10/14 – Boston, MA @ TD Garden #10/16 – Chicago, IL @ United Center *10/20 – Los Angeles, CA @ Demon Dayz Festival* = w/ The Internet# = w/ Little DragonView All Tour Dateslast_img read more

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John Medeski’s Mad Skillet Announces Inaugural U.S. Tour

first_imgJohn Medeski is a busy man. The prolific pianist is one of the most renowned players in the live music scene, with countless projects under his belt spanning from Medeski, Martin & Wood, his long-running and critically acclaimed jazz-funk group with Billy Martin and Chris Wood, to Hudson, a relatively new project featuring iconic jazz artists including drummer Jack DeJohnette, guitarist John Scofield, and bassist Larry Grenadier.Yesterday, John Medeski announced that another one of his many projects, John Medeski’s Mad Skillet, will mount its first-ever U.S. tour in November. Also featuring guitarist Will Bernard, sousaphonist Kirk Joseph, and drummer Terence Higgins, Mad Skillet was born out of the collaborative musical marathon that is New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Coming together during a late-night in 2015, the quartet has appeared multiple times at Jazz Fest in addition to touring across Europe in 2017.For John Medeski’s Mad Skillet newly announced U.S. tour, the band will kick things off with a festival set at Burnet, Texas’ Utopiafest on November 3rd. From then until November 10th, the band will cross the Midwest, with performances in Grand Rapids, MI; Goshen, IN; Evanston, IL (two shows); Cincinnati, OH; and Kent, OH. For the second leg of the tour, the group will hit the Northeast, with a stop on November 11st at Buffalo Iron Works in Buffalo, New York.After winding through Boston, Massachusetts, and Cohoes, New York, on November 13th and 14th, on November 15th, the group will land in New York City for a performance at Brooklyn Bowl, followed up by a show at Ardmore Music Hall the following night. To close out their fall tour, John Medeski’s Mad Skillet has scheduled performances at Washington, DC’s The Hamilton on November 17th before their tour-closing performance at the newly opened Asbury Lanes in New Jersey on November 18th.Tickets for John Medeski’s Mad Skillet’s upcoming fall tour go on sale on Friday, August 24th, at 10 a.m. (local). You can check out the full schedule below.John Medeski’s Mad Skillet – Little Gem Saloon’s Ramp Room – New Orleans, LA – 4/25/2016[Video: FunkItBlog] Mad Skillet Upcoming 2018 Tour Dates:November 3 Burnet, TX—UtopiafestNovember 5 Grand Rapids, MI—Elevation at the IntersectionNovember 6 Goshen, IN—Ignition GarageNovember 7 Evanston, IL—Space (2 shows)November 9 Cincinnati, OH—Live at Ludlow GarageNovember 10 Kent, OH—Kent StageNovember 11 Buffalo, NY—Buffalo Iron WorksNovember 13 Boston, MA—Brighton Music HallNovember 14 Cohoes, NY—Cohoes Music HallNovember 15 Brooklyn, NY—Brooklyn BowlNovember 16 Ardmore, PA—Ardmore Music HallNovember 17 Washington, DC—The HamiltonNovember 18 Asbury Park, NJ—Asbury LanesView All Tour Dateslast_img read more

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Pigeons Playing Ping Pong’s Greg Ormont Gives The Real Backstory Behind This Meme’d LOCKN’ Photo

first_imgPigeons Playing Ping Pong returned to LOCKN’ Festival last month for their second performance at the beloved gathering of the extended jam scene in Arrington, Virginia. On Saturday, August 25th, the up-and-coming quartet performed on the festival’s main stage right before the highly-anticipated Foundation of Funk set celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Meters, which saw collaborations between George Porter Jr., Zigaboo Modeliste, Art Neville, Cyril Neville, Ian Neville, Ivan Neville, and Tony Hall with Dead & Company’s Bob Weir, John Mayer, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzmann sitting in. With so many legends on one (rotating) stage, it was the perfect opportunity for introductions.That’s what Jay Blakesberg thought, at least, as the legendary rock photographer helped to bridge the gaps between young, talented touring musicians and seasoned, professional artists. As Blakesberg introduced “Scrambled Greg” Ormont to Mr. John Mayer, a photo was captured by on-site photographer Rob Schmidt. That photo has since been making the social media rounds, specifically because of the hilariously confused look on Bob Weir‘s face in the shot as the interaction took place in front of him. Now, Ormont has shared the story behind the photo via Relix, and it’s just too good not to share.Read below for Ormont’s account of the interaction, when he handed John Mayer a Pigeons Playing Ping Pong guitar pick (specifically from the DisNYE set in 2017) ahead of his collaboration with Foundation of Funk, without barely any words to say.“Come with me, I’m gonna introduce you to Mayer.” These are the simple words that every guitarist wanted to hear at LOCKN’ 2018, and for some reason, they were said to me.–Needless to say, I stopped what I was doing and walked to the side of the stage where most of Dead & Company was hanging out before their [Foundation of Funk] sit-in.–Jay walked right up to John and said something like, “Hey man, how’s it going? I want to introduce you to Greg from Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, the band I’ve been telling you about.” I said, “What’s up man!” John smiled, shook my hand and looked me in right the eyes saying something like, “Hey man, how’s it going?” I blanked… Jay then handed him our [DisNYE] pick and told him that we wanted to give it to him. I muttered, “Figured you could use one.” John looked at it, kind of laughed and said “Oh cool, I’ll use it right now” and immediately walked on stage with Bob Weir to join George Porter Jr. and the Neville’s. I was stunned and super stoked!–All in all, I have to thank Jay Blakesberg for being the man, and John Mayer for being so nice and normal. And I have to say… our guitar pick never sounded so good. -“Scrambled Greg” Ormont of Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, : @rohbehrs On the heels of their biggest year to date, Pigeons is getting ready to hit the road on a massive fall tour, followed one of their biggest shows to date ahead of them: their debut show at Port Chester, NY’s legendary Capitol Theatre, January 26th, 2019. For a list of upcoming dates, head to the band’s official website.last_img read more

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Sherry Turkle to give centennial year Lowell Lecture May 14

first_imgSherry Turkle, founder and director of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Initiative on Technology and Self, will give this centennial year’s Lowell Lecture, titled “The Tethered Life: Technology Reshapes Intimacy and Solitude,” on May 14 (8 p.m., Lowell Lecture Hall), hosted by the Harvard University Extension School.Turkle, a featured media commentator on many network and cable news programs, has focused her research on psychoanalysis and culture and on the psychology of people’s relationship with technology, especially computer technology. Her focus has been on what computers do to our relationships, families, and ways of thinking about what is special about being human. Turkle considers the significant impact technology has on our personal and political lives, including the effect on our children, our families, and society’s notions of privacy.For more information about the lecture and other upcoming events, visit the Harvard Extension School Web site.last_img read more

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New January Innovation Fund Established

first_imgHarvard President Drew Faust today (Sept. 10) announced the creation of the President’s January Innovation Fund for Faculty, a special venture fund to support the development and implementation of creative academic or co-curricular experiences for students during the January break period. Proposals are invited from faculty across the University.“The period between fall and spring semesters offers exciting opportunities for testing creative ideas in teaching and learning, integrating a variety of educational activities into the overall student experience,” said Faust. “I hope that faculty from across the University will see this January period as an unencumbered space for experimentation with ideas and approaches that may inform future pedagogy inside and out of the classroom and across the entire year.”A limited number of grants will be offered on a competitive basis in amounts necessary to fund programmatic activities. All proposals must include a detailed program description and budget and have faculty sponsorship and approval from the dean of the proposing School. This program is being launched on a pilot basis this fall with the expectation that it will be expanded in future years.Proposals that include undergraduate participation must be consistent with Harvard College’s winter break policy. Specifically, while off-campus programs may extend over the entire winter break period, on-campus programs for undergraduates should be limited to the week of Jan. 16-23, and proposals must be approved by the dean of Harvard College.Proposals for January 2011 must be received by Oct. 15, 2010, and award selections will be completed by Nov. 5, 2010. Proposals and questions about the program may be submitted to january_grants@harvard.edu. Read more about the President’s January Innovation Fund for Faculty.last_img read more

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