Participants will learn to make their own hand-made electronic instruments, which they may keep after the workshop.
With his seminal work Handmade Electronic Music as a point of departure, participants will learn to make their own hand-made electronic instruments, which participants may keep after the workshop. No prior experience necessary.
There are a limited number of places, due to the materials required. Anyone who would like to participate actively in this workshop will therefore need to reserve a place at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please use the title ‘registration, Nicolas Collins workshop’
(duration of approximately 90 minutes for two different projects).
A lecture/presentation by Nicolas Collins will follow the workshops.
Free event, all welcome. This event is sponsored by the Unit for Sound Practice Research.
Image: Concertina controller based on STEIM SensorLab, STEIM, Amsterdam, 1994. Photo: Arno Lingerak.
Dates & times
|12 Jan 2017||2:00pm - 4:30pm|
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