New York, NY (April 2, 2012)—John Storyk R.A., designer of over 3,000 audio/video production, performance, corporate and educational facilities, is continuing with his adjunct career as a teacher and lecturer, with a number of upcoming presentations.
His current schedule includes a number of discussions on Acoustics and Recording Studio Design. These include a first appearance at Tufts University in Boston; lectures at the Berklee College of Music (Boston); the University of Colorado (Denver); Union College in Schenectady, NY; and a date at NYC's SAE Institute of Technology.
In addition to his educational lectures, on June 11, Storyk and WSDG co-principal Beth Walters will make their third consecutive presentation at NeoCon, North America's largest design exposition and conference for commercial interiors, at Chicago's Merchandise Mart. The two-part presentation consists of Acoustics in Architectural Design (Storyk) and Specific Acoustic Design Tips-Advanced Workshop (Walters). That same day, Storyk will address students at the Illinois Institute of Art Chicago.
Storyk also participates in the ongoing AIA Continuing Education program. He presents an Introduction to the Design, Theory and Construction of Architecture and Acoustics of Recording, Production, and Post-Production Environments to architectural firms around the country. His one-hour presentation explores architectural acoustics as they pertain to small critical listening and viewing environments. The AIA has just certified an advanced version of this presentation, which is now available as a follow-up to his original lectures.
For additional details on Storyk's lectures, visit http://www.wsdg.com/dynamic.asp?id=teaching.
Walters-Storyk Design Group