NEXMAP's Education program is doing a
Paper circuitry is STEAM‐powered learning
(STEM + the Arts = STEAM).
Developing skills, concepts and learning experiences that build creative confidence, technical and expressive expertise.
We have raised $100K of a $250K goal.
Please consider a donation today!
Help train teachers and bring this innovative curriculum to public schools across the country.
THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2014: 6:30-8:30 PM
Admission: Free, Registration Required
An in depth look at Max for Live, a virtually limitless creative tool and library of devices to extend the capabilities of Ableton Live. Using devices from a community of developers to break down creative walls and inspire the artist.
This workshop will approach both creating and transforming audio content, to utilize high quality and unique sounds in any genre of music. Fit for anyone interested in or using Ableton Live, looking to expand their creative process. All experience levels are welcome. Participants should come with their personal laptops.
Since its start in 2006, NEXMAP has opened minds and produced profound and intimate artistic experiences. With the help of our donors, we have:
- Showcased over 55 internationally renowned artists from the Bay Area, Mexico, France, Japan, Switzerland and Canada at 39 different events,
- Educated hundreds of under-served youth in its Inside/Out outreach initiative, by offering free admission and post-event conversations with musicians and composers, and providing unique hands-on workshops to demystify new technologies.
- Nurtured young professionals through our state-wide Recording Award for California Composers, and our Media Workshops that develop and support the next generation of creators.
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Last month, David Cole of CV2 and I went up to Everett, WA to give two professional development workshops on paper circuitry with middle school math teachers and elementary school teachers. Being former English teachers ourselves, it was really great to see how math teachers would approach this work and what connections they would make. We weren’t disappointed! They came up with fantastic ideas for using Jie’s circuit stickers in the classroom.