Tag Archives: Music and Health
14. May 2013 members of RHYME development team participated in an Innovation camp about innovative sound and lighting technologies in health institutions to gain new perspectives, user-insights and a wider network within the field. The Innovation camp was arranged by Innovation network … Continue reading
Karette Stensæth presented a paper with the title A life with ”smart things”: Is it a more human, healthy and/or social life? at the The Second International Health Humanities Conference – Music, Health, and Humanity. According to music therapist Kenneth Bruscia: … Continue reading
RHYME presented and published two fullpapers at ICCHP 2012 in Linz in July. ICCHP is one of the most important conferences concerning technology and disability. The papers is published in Proceedings by Springer Verlag. One of the papers with the title “RHYME – Musicking … Continue reading
We are very proud and happy that Karette Stensæth was invited to hold a keynote lecture at the 7th Nordic Music Therapy Congress. The theme of the conference is “Music therapy models, methods and techniques “. Karette’s lecture about the RHYME project was … Continue reading
On May 30th all children, parents, teachers and employees at Haug School and Resource center are invited to an open presentation about RHYME. Karette Stensæth who is a part time music therapist at Haug will lead the orientation in the “Gymsal” that lasts from 17.15 … Continue reading
On Friday March 2nd we started the action based empirical study of the 2nd generation of RHYME co-creative tangibles, Wave. The empirical study which we carried out at Haug School and Resource center continued the whole of March 2012, according to … Continue reading
In the research magazine Indikator, which was included in Aftenposten 28. February 2012, there were a nice article about RHYME. RHYME was even mentioned on the front cover. See the article here (in norwegian) RHYME-Moro med musikkputer.
Karette Stensæth presented RHYME at the Culture and Society 2011 conference in Oslo the 14. December 2011. The title of the lecure were “Singing furniture – in the intersection between ICT, design and music”. From the conference program: “Through the … Continue reading
Birgitta Cappelen and Anders-Petter Andersson presented their paper “Designing Smart Textile for Music and Health” at the Ambience11 conference in Borås the 28. November 2011. “The Ambience conference focuses on the intersections and interfaces between technology, art and design. The … Continue reading
Karette Stensæth og Even Ruud presented RHYME at the pre-conference Music and Public Health 9. November during the 4th European Public Health Conference in Copenhagen.