Who:Music students in years 11 and 12 (workshop) Youth aged 16-25
When:Friday 16 June: workshop 4:00pm-6:30pm; Exhibition from 7:30pm
We traditionally experience and appreciate sound in its most organized form: music. Experimental music seeks to stretch the boundaries of sound by reinventing established compositional, performance, and listening conventions. The art form causes us to question what music really is and pulls sound to the front of our perception.
The ANU Experimental Music Studio will lead students from local high schools in preparing an interactive audio installation for the evening. Together, they will explore unconventional sound-making techniques and create their own original works.
Workshop participants will join with the ANU Experimental Music Studio to present an evening of live, interactive experimental music. Join us in the Hunting Lodge from 7:30pm on Friday, June 16 as we experiment with a soundscape made from collaboration, improvisation, and expression.
Date: Friday 16th June
Time: Workshop 4:00pm-6:30pm; Exhibition from 7:30pm