MU::IN Sound Residency Workshop
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Saturday, 6.27 // 10am-6pm @ Elsewhere
Join the artists taking part in Elsewhere’s Museum as Instrument special residency program for a day of sound art workshops exploring skills and ideas for working with electronic materials, found objects, and toys to create and play with sonic environments. 

The workshops are free and open to the public, experience is not required. All materials will be provided. Space is limited to 25. Come for the full series or just for part of the day. Please, RSVP to

10am-12pm | Mapping Found Sounds
Learn techniques for more sensitive listening and to bring attention to your sonic environment. Explore ways to capture found sounds with a variety of recording devices and work with these sounds as components for the creation of new musical compositions.

12-1pm | Lunch on your own or at the museum, $5.

1-3pm | Resonant Frequencies
Investigates modes of vibration and resonance through hands on activities and experiments to better understand how sound travels through different materials and media.

3-6pm | How to Build Your Own Radio Network
An in depth introduction to using radio technology as an artistic medium. Participants will learn about how to build and use radio transmitters and receivers and various approaches to free, open-source low-powered transmission. 

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For more information about the MU::IN residency, participating artists and a full list of events, please visit or contact to get involved. Stay tuned for pop-up music events and other opportunities to meet and collaborate with the artists inside and outside the museum. 

   This project is supported by the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources. 

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