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Shana Kramer, Cat McAlpine and Kyle Jepson (from left) in MadLab’s world premiere of Scritch Scritch by Christopher Lockheardt. (photo by Michelle DiCeglio)

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Research Drawings with Symphony of Sirens

We were working today with making sound drawings with a recording of Arseny Avraamov’s Symphony of Siren’s in the studio at Madlab Salford. This is part of our research into making a scored light element to play our noise machines as part of the final Arts + Tech exhibition in September. 37 more words

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Arts + Tech Open Studio

Come and join us next Friday for a series of short artist talks on cohort members works in progress on the Arts + Tech Accelerator we’ve been part of at Madlab the first part of this year. 6 more words

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Madlab Arts + Tech Open Studio

Me and Vicky will be presenting our Noise Orchestra work so far and prototypes along with our fellow Art + Tech colleagues at this event next Friday at Madlab. 12 more words

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Event review: Tea Party #62 : Blogging Workshop

Following on from our successful event back in January, Tea Party #58: Meet the Bloggers, our May event picked up the theme of blogging again, with presentations from bloggers, followed by some practical hands-on sessions to try out some blogging platforms and set up a beginner blog on Medium, get some useful hints & tips on using platforms such as Blogger, and on sourcing copyright-cleared images to use, and even have a go at adding a post to the Girl Geeks site (yes, this very post!) 460 more words

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Etched Copper/Steel experiment

First trial out of using the copper etching process with our new logo. Lit from behind and hand riveted into one of the polished steel pieces Vicky has worked on with our metal fabricators in Macclesfield. 14 more words

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Making PCB boards

Been having lots of fun the last few weeks learning my way around the process of designing and etching Printed Circuit Boards. We were shown the process by… 288 more words

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