Salamanca Arts Centre SUMMER WORKSHOPS
Fun and Engaging Creative Workshops for Kids
Make your own radio receiver from a snap-on radio kit, open your ears during a sound treasure hunt in a heritage building and write your own radio play that will be broadcast on Hobart’s Edge Radio after the workshop. You’ll be able to tune-in and listen on the radio you built!
Monday 7 January 2019
10:00am – 12:00noon
Suitable for Upper Primary-Secondary
Bring your drink bottle
Bookings ESSENTIAL as places are limited
Julia Drouhin is a French artist and curator living in Hobart, interested in the embodiment of invisible soundscapes that reveal friction in sociality. Her playgrounds reshape common mythologies to shift transmission modes using field recording, electromagnetic frequency, textile and edible object. She wrote a Ph.D in aesthetics, sciences and technology about radiophonic psychogeography and the art of walking, based on her work presented in galleries, art centres and festivals as well as broadcast on terrestrial airwaves and online radios in Europe, Hong Kong, Brazil, South Africa and Australia.
Image Credit: Photo by Rebecca Thomson, Mount Kunanyi, Tasmania, for Women of The Island, 2017 – costume by Sabio Evans.