Thursday, 12 September 2013

Open LAB at BIFEM2013, Bendigo

Ben Kolaitis and Richie Cyngler from OpenLAB are trekking to Bendigo this weekend for some hand-made synthesiser workshop love plus combined talks. It's all part of the The Bendigo International Festival of Exploratory Music that's happening this weekend. So if you're up for a quick jaunt out of Melbourne, now's your chance!

MY LITTLE OSCILLATOR WORKSHOP
2.30pm-5.00pm SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14
The Bendigo International Festival of Exploratory Music has invited OpenLAB to host a workshop on making your own synthesiser!!!

All tickets $30 (12 participants only)
Book Here: http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?agency=CAPITAL_BENDIGO&organval=22358&pid=7544893

#BIFEM2013 invites you to spend Saturday afternoon with Ben and Richie from OpenLAB, learning how to build your own mini Synthesiser. Make a simple oscillator and learn how to control it using all manner of weird and wonderful things like pot plants, light and even touch! All you need is some imagination and enthusiasm. All workshop materials provided.

TALK: WE'RE HERE TO SHARE
11:30am SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 15
FREE EVENT
TALK: WE’RE HERE TO SHARE
La Trobe University Visual Arts Centre

As a part of #BIFEM2013, OpenLAB will explore and share the wonderful world of creative electronics and programming. Find out about Kinect midi controllers combined with Virtual Reality visuals, electronic crickets that live with nature, synthesisers controlled by plants and some history to the important roles opensource and DIY communities have in creative exploration. OpenLAB is a monthly forum, based in Melbourne, where artists, musicians, engineers, performers and designers can come together and share their work and creative passions. BIFEM 2013 is proud to present Open LAB’s Talk and Workshop.

You can find the rest of #BIFEM2013 program here:
http://www.thecapital.com.au/Whats_On/BIFEM


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