Check out this article from Red Bull Music Academy on the history of collaborative instruments!
Collaborative Instruments: An illustrated history of remarkable instruments devised for two or more players https://daily.redbullmusicacademy.com/2018/07/collaborative-instruments
This New York Times article by Nellie Bowles discusses the saturation of screens in our lives and the way they illustrate class divides.
Check out this great new study led by Melbourne University into the effects of music on people with dementia.
Playable Streets are currently working with Maroondah City Council’s Arts and Cultural Development and Aged and Disability teams to create an 'instrument' that allows participants with dementia and their carers to make music together. More soon! Stay tuned!
So your off to Ars Electronica festival for the first time? Awesome! After our first time at the festival my wife and I have decided to try and make it an annual pilgrimage to this technology festival in the small town of Linz that has been running since 1979.Read More
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