STEAM Initiative for Parents and Kids: Music Making with GarageBand and Performance-Based Voice
Music Making with GarageBand Activity Description: Many of us carry recording studios with us all the time. In our pockets and bags, backpacks and bookbags we have phones and tablets that are very powerful and easy-to-use music making tools. Together, kids and adults will make music using one of these mobile making stations. We’ll use loops, our voices, samples, small synthesizers, ultra-portable instruments, and more to produce audio and beats, and learn how to use these tools to keep our creativity flowing, even when we’re on the go.
Music making session led by Jason Evans Groth, Digital Media Librarian, NCSU Libraries
Performance-based Voice Activity Description:
Our voices are one of the most powerful tools we have, enabling us to communicate emotions and thoughts. Through a series of fun games, vocal exercises, and theatre activities, we’ll use our voices to learn more about expressing ourselves and connecting with one another.
Performance-based voice session led by Mia Self, assistant director of acting and directing, University Theatre
Free and open to the public. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Register by calling Marian Fragola at the NCSU Libraries at 919-513-3481.
Your child may be photographed and/or video taped while participating in the STEAM program. The videos and photos may be shown at scientific meetings for presentations and in website promotion related to the STEAM Initiative only. Parents will be asked to complete a questionnaire during the sessions. Photography and videos will occur periodically during the sessions and will be used for promotional and research activities related to the project. However, the survey participation and photography/video are voluntary, and parents and children can opt-out at any time. This opt-out decision will not impact your standing with NC State University, the NC State Alumni Association or the STEAM program.
This program is a collaboration between Dr. Fay Cobb Payton, professor of Information Systems/Technology at NC State, the NCSU Libraries, and Arts NC State. Generously supported by the Kenan Fund and the NCSU Libraries, with promotional support from NC State’s Alumni Association.
If you require a disability-related accommodation to participate in this event, please contact Marian Fragola at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-513-3481 to arrange services. Early requests are strongly encouraged to allow sufficient time to meet your access needs.