In this free children’s workshop, sound artist Fedde ten Berge introduces some of the sound artworks and instruments that he’s built.
A hands-on learning experience, the children will produce digital and analogue sounds with water, a tree trunk, electromagnetic fields, feathers and snares, bringing together technology and craft.
The children learn about vibrating materials, sensor processing and transforming sound electronically, allowing them to explore completely new worlds of sound.
Throughout the session, participants will combine different layers of sound to make a song, teaching the importance of listening and attention for each other while making music, as well as new tools for experimentation and creativity.
This is a workshop for children 7-12 years old. Only 10 spaces are available so booking is essential. Please return the ticket if you are no longer able to attend.