Improvising Across Abilities, Media, Communities

October 24: Don't miss the Pre-Halloween AUMI Event at the Lawrence Public Library, Oct. 24, 4:30-6:30

Monday, October 24, 2016

Come to our Pre-Halloween Party! Everybody creates the soundtrack (using the musical instrument that can be played by every body) to a great mash-up of your favorite horror or Halloween films! 

Adaptive Use Musical Instruments (AUMI) is a software interface on either i-Pads or desktop computers that enables the user to play sounds and musical phrases through movement and gestures. The once a month event at the library is an all abilities improvisation jam session! The software uses music as a way for participants to express a range of affects, both by themselves and in response to, or in conversation with, others. All that you need is yourself and you can create your own songs using the i-Pad or desktop computer! Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AUMIKU This and other of our monthly events can also be found in the Lawrence Public Library Events Calendar! 



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Performance this Friday!

Please join us Friday, August 11th at  5:30 for a 30-45 minute performance, followed by audience feedback and discussion.  The performance features Jesse Stewart and the Wooden Snap Dragons Ensemble.