Computer Music & Multimedia (MEME)

MEME (Multimedia & Electronic Music Experiments) is an interdisciplinary program within the Brown University Music Department that focuses on the creative use of emerging technology for real-time interactive performance and installation. meme@brown is known for art and research that traverse the boundaries between computer music, installation, video, theater and dance.

As part of the larger Brown and RISD digital media community, meme@brown provides expertise and promotes research in real-time electronic music, instrument design, interactive video, motion tracking and other hardware/software. Local, national and international artists are featured regularly at MEME concerts, symposia, and workshops.

Degrees and Courses | People | Resources and Facilities

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Degrees and Courses

meme@brown offers an undergraduate concentration in computer music and multimedia and a Ph.D. degree in Computer Music and Multimedia. The program regularly collaborates with departments and students from across the Brown and RISD campuses and graduate and undergraduate students from a variety of disciplines participate in meme courses and research.

Graduate program information and requirements
Undergraduate information and requirements
Music Department Courses
MEME Ensemble


People

Faculty

Joseph Butch Rovan, Co-Director 
Website | rovan@brown.edu

Todd Winkler, Co-Director
Website | Todd_Winkler@brown.edu

John Robert Ferguson, Visiting Assistant Professor
Website | john_ferguson@brown.edu

James Moses, Technical Director/Lecturer
Website | jmoses@brown.edu

Associated Faculty

Ed Osborn, Assistant Profesor of Visual Art
Website | Ed_Osborn@brown.edu

Students

Graduate Students
Undergraduate Music Concentrators


Resources and Facilities

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