We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded £39,800 from Creative Scotland’s Youth Music Initiative, funded by the Scottish Government.
Building on the on the success of our recently concluded ‘Sensatronic Lab’ partnership project: Sensatronic – Scotland will be a national project, spreading out across the country, including Dundee, Fort William, North Ayrshire, Edinburgh, and North & South Lanarkshire. This will allow us to offer innovative, inclusive and accessible digital music sessions in parts of the country where there is a lack of such opportunities. The project is being facilitated by a team of digital artists and musicians who use the latest open source technology to make music, and who have established a way of working that includes building instruments that are inclusive, tactile and fun!
David McCluskey, Lead Artist at Sense Scotland said, “We are excited to be able to spread the knowledge we have acquired throughout the year of our Time To Shine project: Sensatronic Lab by taking our specially designed instruments to different parts of Scotland.”
The first session will take place at Kilmallie Free Church Hall in Caol, by Fort William, on Saturday 22nd April 2017 from 10am – 4pm.
There will be opportunities for young people, their families and professionals to meet some of the team try out the instruments.
For more information and to book a place contact:
Tel. 0300 330 9292