A free one-day intensive Ableton Live workshop, Operator, is coming to Geelong on Saturday 15 June led by music producer Alice Ivy.
Operator is a workshop series supporting women in building skills in electronic music production.
This workshop will give female/female identifying musicians based in the Geelong region the opportunity to work with music producer Alice Ivy, developing their skills in using music production software Ableton Live. The workshop will incorporate beginner-level learning of Ableton Live, electronic music production basics and an introduction to preparing for live performance.
Operator supports the enhanced presence of women in electronic music production (EMP), with a focus on strengthening networks, creating new connections, and offering a space for open questioning and discussion relating to EMP.
This workshop will be held at Courthouse Youth Arts in Geelong, and is open to women living in the Geelong area, aged 16-26. Software, laptops and necessary gear will be provided for the workshop.
If you think these workshops are for you, apply now via www.artscentremelbourne.com.au/whats-on/2019/the-channel/operator-geelong