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SNDCLSH – a residency

Presented by

Liz Martin

Project details


The Breakout @ The Mill Adelaide, 154 Angas Street, Adelaide

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15 July 2018, 11:00am to 2:00pm

22 July 2018, 11:00am to 2:00pm


Access2Arts is calling for Deaf and disabled musicians, sound artists and noise makers to be part of two workshops with Sydney-based musician, arts worker, and all-round superstar

– Liz Martin.

REGISTRATION CLOSE on Wednesday 11 June 2018.

Register now not to miss out!

Liz comes to Adelaide in July to work with disabled artists to demonstrate the opportunities offered by Assistive Music Technology as part of ‘SNDCLSH: a residency’.

Assistive Music Technology?
Assistive Music Technology describes hardware, software, new technology and new approaches to sound and music making.

Working with Liz, you will uncover new ways to develop your music practice. You will start making sound and music in your own way using a range of diverse accessible instruments.

Delivered over two Sundays (15 July 2018 and 22 July 2018, 11am to 2pm) you will be introduced to a range of assistive music technologies and instruments to create sounds that are uniquely your own.

To get the most out of ‘SNDCLSH – a residency’ we encourage you to come to both workshops, however if that isn’t possible please register to come on the day of your choice.

‘SND CLSH – a residency’ is about experimentation and encouragement, risk, failure, entering the unknown, being happy to be confused by technology, investigation, seeking new possibilities, support, understanding, and playfulness with sound.

REGISTER to be part of the fun.

Access2Arts is truly excited to offer a residency that will see artists to get their Daft Punk on!

Want to find out more? Listen to a recent interview with residency artist, Liz Martin, and Peter Greco in 5RPH Vision Australia Radio.

DOWNLOAD transcription (docx, 18 kb)

Project Supporters

Adelaide Australia, Government of South Australia, Arts South Australia