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RE: [electronicmusic-152] DIY Musical Instrument Tailgate Party - Saturday Feb 16th, Call for Works Reminder

From: Rich D.
Sent on: Saturday, February 16, 2013 10:29 AM
This is today! Anyone driving down from SF?

From: [address removed]
Subject: [electronicmusic-152] DIY Musical Instrument Tailgate Party - Saturday Feb 16th, Call for Works Reminder
To: [address removed]
Date: Sat, 9 Feb[masked]:23:14 -0500

DIY Musical Instrument Tailgate Party 

Saturday February 16, 2013
Participation is free and by application only

If you make your own musical instruments or gadgets we want to hear from you!

Please join us for a meet-up-style afternoon of demonstrations, sharing, and performances by and for the Bay Area instrument-building community on Saturday February 16th, noon - 4pm on the Stanford University campus in the lobby of the newly opened Bing Concert Hall.  This is a chance to share your work with other new instrument builders and the general public.   Like a traditional car show, this event will be a chance for you to open up the hood of your invention and share with others not only what you've been doing but how you've been doing it.  The event is open to the general public but it will be designed to facilitate interchange between new music instrument-builders.

Here are some links about the last DIY Musical Instrument Tailgate in 2011.

Please check out the link below for more information and an application form.
Submissions are due by Monday, February 11th.  Responses will be given on a rolling basis.

The event is co-hosted by Thingamajigs and the Stanford Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA).

CCRMA is a multi-disciplinary facility where composers and researchers work together using computer-based technology both as an artistic medium and as a research tool.  Thingamajigs is a genre-crossing nonprofit Bay Area arts organization that promotes, presents and performs music and other art forms created with made and found materials or alternate tuning systems.  

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