Music & Arts Maker Session | Presented by NOISE212 Labs

Music & Arts Maker Session | Presented by NOISE212 Labs


Thursday, July 9, 2020
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location:
Virtual Event
Contact:
Alumni Relations
Open to:
Alumni
Shake out your wiggles and get crafty at NOISE212 Labs' Music and Arts Maker Session with TC alumna Jamie Solis (M.A. '18) on Zoom. We'll get inspired by the music as we explore different genres while making funky instruments using regular household materials. Move with the sound, feel the rhythm of the song, and add your own beat as we play live together with friends. This session encourages carefree dancing, colorful crafting, and spontaneous singing!
 
In preparation for the session, start collecting some household items and fun craft materials in your personal Maker Box including:
  • Coloring Tools (Markers, Color Pencils, Paint, etc.)
  • Scissors
  • Tape or Glue
  • Paper (plain or patterned or specialty scraps!)
  • Clean Recyclable Items (Toilet paper tubes, bottles, tin canisters, cereal boxes, etc.)
  • Any other fun arts and crafts materials you can think of!
An adult must join children ages 10 years or under on the call.  Spaces are limited, so register below today!
 
Date: Thursday, July 9
Time: 3:00 p.m. EST
Register for this event is now closed.
 
Jamie Solis is an educator who specializes in childhood development and digital technologies. She first earned a BS in Childhood & Special Education from NYU, where she discovered her passion for learning experience design. In the classroom, she saw the various manifestations of music in children’s daily lives and the ways in which technology shaped those experiences. Jamie furthered her studies with an MA in Design and Development of Digital Games from the Teachers College at Columbia University, focusing on digital music learning for young children. Her firm belief in music as a conduit to the creative process led her to found NOISE212 Labs, a music enrichment program that introduces young children to DJing and digital music production.

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