Atari Punk Girls

Inspiring femmes of all ages to foster their own creative practice in the fields of sonic arts, music and electronics. Led by Loula Yorke.

Female-led DIY, lof-fi synth-building sessions for groups of girls and women.

Learn soldering and breadboarding; put together gnarly noise machines; perform live in front of an audience with these brand new creations. This is a process-driven arts project encouraging experimentation and problem-solving in the moment, and using creativity to build confidence and resilience.

During 2019 APG is grateful to have been supported by: Yorkshire Sound Women Network, Norfolk County Council, British Science Week, Brighton Modular Festival, Thonk, CLIP, and NNSAC.

enquiries to 😀

Firstsite Gallery, Colchester: Building light-reactive Atari Punk Consoles on breadboard was a whole heap of fun!
NNSAC, Norwich: these girls had only just learned to solder and built their instruments earlier that same day! Well done them 🙂
Atari Punk Girls uses printed circuit boards and teaching materials developed by Nina Richards and the Yorkshire Sound Women Network. Thank you for inspiring the OG APG!