APODIO by APO33 : : : Workshop
Thurs Dec 15th @11am – 5 pm
Julien Ottavi (1977) Artist-composer and JKPickett (1978) Artist-composer present Libre Operating System, Automation, Streaming And Online Performance : How to make music, videos, graphics and streaming with Free Libre operating system. All the participants will leave the workshop with Apodio Operating system in a nice package on a bootable usb key.
Workshop: $90/members $100/non-members. Register Here and use our Special 20% discount: HOLIDAY
Scholarships are available, please contact carolp[at]harvestworks.org.
Announcing the 2017 Harvestworks Artist in Residence Call for Proposals. DEADLINE: JAN 4, 2017. Applications are here! Info sessions will be held at Harvestworks on Friday December 9th and Wednesday December 21st at 4:30 pm. RSVP
Thurs Dec. 15 – Julien Ottavi and JKPickett: Live Streaming with Libre Operating System
Fri Dec. 16 – Biliana Voutchkova – Michael Thieke – Hans Tammen: A whole new world of music created on the same old instruments.
Sun Dec. 18 – Daniel Fishkin, Cleek Schrey, Ron Shalom / Composing the Tinnitus Suites: 2016 (b). Supported by the Harvestworks Artist in Residence Program.
LABOCINE Spotlights Jeannette Louie’s film “The Land Within” mixed at Harvestworks by Alex Thompson. Spotlights
TELLUS on the Radio Hans Tammen interviews Director Carol Parkinson about TELLUS, the Audio Cassette Series published between 1982 – 1996. Mondays in December starting tonight at 8 pm.
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