As part of DICE Conference and Festival, ATEM e.V. is hosting a community day on Saturday 2nd November from 12pm to 4pm at the Native Instrument Space, Schlesische Strasse 29-30, 10997 Berlin.
Come by and hang out, eat cake, drink coffee, take part in one of the four music workshops
12.00: Synth jam (instruments provided) / with Alison Whelan
13:00: Shifting Narratives: Rap and Spoken Word in Youth Work / with Valerie Djurhuus
14:00: “Is there a female voice?” Vocal workshop / with Iris Kosonen
15:00: Combining acoustic and virtual instruments / with Zeina Azouqah
Arts and crafts corner for children
Coffee and cake and refreshments (vegan)
We will also be showing some video footage of recent projects of ATEM e.V. and our members.
Children, young people and adults of all ages are welcome.
There is no entrance fee: we will be taking donations to cover the costs of setting up a verein / association.
The space is at ground floor level with no steps. There are three toilets, one of which is all gendered: these are not wheelchair accessible.
with Alison Whelan from Girls Rock Saskatoon.
Shifting Narratives: Rap and Youthwork.
How Rap and The Spoken Word as a skill can spark a shift in narratives when working with youth. With Valerie Djurhuus
Vocal Workshop: Female voice – Is there such a thing?
Study together the social construction of female/male voice. Are voices either high clear and soft or deep, dark and powerful? What‘s gender got to do with it? Find ways to use your voice in a diverse way using vocal technique, microphones and mixer. With Iris Kosonen
Combining acoustic and virtual instruments:Zeina Azouqah is a composer and sound designer whose creative endeavours have taken her across genres and media, exploring the interstitial realms between acoustically produced music, sampling and virtual instruments. In this workshop, she shows how she customises and combines instruments NI’s Komplete library into her work as a songwriter and sound designer. She will walk the participants through a couple of sessions to show how the elements combine to make up the whole as well as delve into details about the instrument settings.
RSVP on facebook here.
DICE Conference + Festival is a three-day music and discourse festival in Berlin, Germany, creating an alternative model for music spaces. DICE hosts a comprehensive programme of lectures, workshops, panels, artist talks, and reading groups, as well as a live music programme, drag performances, sound installations, and commissioned works. Programming aims to elevate vital and innovative voices whose contributions to the artistic field are underrepresented. The programme showcases interdisciplinary artists who expand the boundaries of artistic practice and stimulate critical dialogue in the broader community.