The Art Gallery and the IM program at NYUAD invite you to a hacking workshop with Dr. Nicolas Collins. Dr. Collins, internationally renowned musician, composer, educator, and author of Handmade Electronic Music will show you how, with a few simple items, to make your own electronic instruments. Participants in this workshop will learn some very basic skills including soldering, building a contact microphone, and various other principles of electronic instrument building.
Open to the public, and no previous experience required.
This workshop is in connection with Invisible Threads: Technology and its Discontents, on view at the NYUAD Art Gallery from September 22 to December 31.
Limited to 20 participants, RSVP now to guarantee your spot!
Free pizza and drinks will be offered.
This is a past event
Open to the public, ages 16 and up
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