This year we’ve been taking our hip-hop and electronic workshop series PushIt! Lab on the road!
Throughout the Term 2 school holidays we delivered a special six-day series of hip-hop and electronic workshops in Sale at The Wellington Centre and The Wedge. During the project participants were mentored by Memphis LK (SAATSUMA), Kyso and Defron in hip-hop and electronic production, song-writing, recording and performance. Across the two weeks the squad of talented young people created three original songs with accompanying music videos!
Now it’s Ballarat’s turn!
Road Trip #2 – Ballarat
Our second PushIt! Lab: Road Trip of the year will be delivered in Ballarat at Eastwood Leisure Complex!
Throughout six days over two weeks’ participants will be guided in hip-hop and electronic production and song-writing with mentor artists Memphis LK (SAATSUMA), EMBE and Defron.
In the first week participants will learn the basics of hip-hop and electronic music production and song-writing including using Ableton Push and Maschine. Then in the second week participants will turn their new skillset into original creative works with accompanying visuals!
Whether you’re already making music and need guidance or are keen but don’t know where to start, this is the project for you!
Week 1: Learning and Writing – Mon 24 Sep to Wed 26 Sep
10.00am – 4.00pm
Week 2: Recording and Filming – Wed 3 Oct to Fri 5 Oct
10.00am – 4.00pm
Eastwood Leisure Complex
20 Eastwood St, Ballarat
PushIt! Lab: Road Trip is open to anybody interested in making hip-hop and electronic music at any level.
Participants must be aged between 12 and 25 years old and as places are limited to a maximum capacity of 15 participants, successful applicants must be from the Ballarat or surrounding areas and be able to commit to all 6 days. Food and drinks are provided.
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For further information on Push It! Lab, please contact The Push on (03) 9380 1277 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This project is presented by The Push and the City of Ballarat and is funded by the Helen Macpherson Smith Trust.