Facilitated by Jenn Karson and University of Vermont Students
Sub Ambient Sound Lab
High School students, college students and older
A listening program that includes DIY electronics and an introduction to Fluxus artists and artist mapping. Participants make microphones then use the microphones in the field, usually a college campus or museum neighborhood. A follow-up activity in the studio includes making sound maps and poems. Inspired by the work of John Cage and Yoko Ono.
Articles about this program:
Generative Art Performance
An interactive program that invites participants to engage with artificial intelligence and machine learning to create collaborative artworks.
All ages, currently designed for online programming. An in-person version is under development. We are seeking museum and school educator collaborators.
Sounds of the Earth, Sea and Sky
Studio and Field work.
A listening and 2D mapping program
Adaptable for 5th – 12th grade students.
Great for 10+, intergenerational groups, educators, librarians
Jenn and her students at UVM are experienced when it comes to introducing technologies to all ages at events, workshops and public programs….
If you are interested in one of these programs please contact Jenn at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!