Ages 10 and up
July 16 - 20
9am - noon
Cost: $150 (scholarships available)
Students may bring lunch and combine morning and afternoon camps for a full day, 9-4pm.
In this camp, we will study and create works of art using sound as the primary medium. Recorded sound, mechanical sound, incidental sound, imaginary sound -- the possibilities are just about endless! The beginning of the week will be focused on learning a bit about the field of sound art, and preliminary experiments; later in the week students will work toward creating their own sound-based artwork. Limited to 8 participants.
Email laynegarrett at yahoo.com with any questions or to reserve a space. ($50 deposit required.)
Layne Garrett is an improvising musician, instrument builder, educator, and parent based in Takoma DC. He has been building and playing instruments of his own design for over 10 years. He has taught instrument building classes, camps, and workshops at Bethesda KID Museum, Rhizome DC, FutureMakers, Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, and area schools.