Atari Punk Girls partner with NNSAC to deliver sound workshops in Norwich

Wicked news that Norfolk and Norwich Sonic Arts Collective are bringing Atari Punk Girls to the Shoe Factory Social Club in Norwich on Saturday 23 March. I’ll be running workshops for girls on safe soldering, making a stepped-tone generator and sound composition, all followed by an evening performance at Plink Plonk where the Atari Punk Girls will be, quite literally, bringing the noise!

This workshop uses teaching materials and printed circuit boards designed by Nina Richards and the Yorkshire Sound Women Network.

Sound Module Workshops for Girls coming in 2019

Atari Punk Girls

I’ll be running some workshops teaching girls how to solder and build their own stepped tone generators during 2019. I’m working in collaboration with a range of brilliant new partners in Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex.  I am really excited  …. but shhhhhh …. that’s all the details I can release for now! 😀

UPDATE And we’re live! See the dedicated Atari Punk Girls page in the projects section of this website.


Decode Your Voice workshop

Inspired by Rachel Mars’ and Rhiannon Armstrong’s ‘Ugly Singing’, I’ll be facilitating a ‘Decode Your Voice’ workshop at Firstsite in Colchester on 12 November with experimental sound and music collective, CLIP.  We’ll use active listening exercises to uncover and explore the qualities of our own spoken voices, and use digital effects to bend and stretch them into exciting new shapes.