RSVP Required Masterclass with DJ Kid Koala (FULL)
The Masterclass is FULL. However if you would like to be added to the wait list, please call AEVIA (not the ASC) at 205.975.6436 or email Samantha Roberts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, February 17, 1 – 2 pm
Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts
Hess Family Lecture Hall
FREE, but RSVP required, due to limited space.
Contact Samantha Roberts to reserve your place in the workshop: 205.975.6436 or email@example.com.
In this Master Class, Kid Koala shares his take on life and experiences as an artist through anecdotes, photos, videos, and musical demonstrations. Subjects explored include how inspiration can take many forms, the significance of multidisciplinary arts in today’s world, and how making mistakes in art can often lead to the opening of many new doors.
Kid Koala will discuss how storytelling has remained at the core of his work from his early DIY recordings in music to larger productions, ranging from film scores, animation, theatre, and video games to special touring events. The class will include live demonstrations of his turntable skills as well as selections of photos and video clips from numerous live events and film projects. Other topics include escaping writers’ block, the benefits of making mistakes, how to build a team of artists, and the beauty of collaboration. Discussion and debate are highly recommended.
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