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Mobile MESS

When

Sat 30 Oct 2021
10am
Sat 30 Oct 2021
12pm
Sat 30 Oct 2021
2pm

Duration: 1hr

Where

Oratory

Cost

$15 per child
Free for parents or guardians

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When

Sat 30 Oct 2021
10am
Sat 30 Oct 2021
12pm
Sat 30 Oct 2021
2pm

Duration: 1hr

Where

Oratory

Cost

$15 per child
Free for parents or guardians

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Website

mess.foundation

Contact Details

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Book Now

Presented by MESS for Convent Kids.

Experience the magic of electronic sound creation in this fun hands-on workshop presented by Melbourne Electronic Sound StudioMESS.

Mobile MESS is a workshop tailored for children aged 8-13 years to play and discover the technique and artistry of electronic sound.

In an interactive investigation of the science of sound, Mobile MESS gives kids the opportunity to create wild sounds and make beats while learning the basics of synthesis, using actual synthesisers.

Mobile MESS introduces kids and their parents to sound’s fundamental physical properties through the experience of creating an electronic soundscape.

Access

  • The Oratory, where the performance is held, is wheelchair accessible.
  • Entrances to this space are wheelchair accessible.
  • There are wheelchair accessible bathrooms close to the venue. One in the Sacred Heart building, which is 30m from the entrance of the Oratory, and one in the Convent building (with an automatic door), which is 213m from the entrance of the Oratory.
  • All-gender bathrooms, separate to unisex accessible bathrooms, are available in the Sacred Heart building.
  • The performance will take place inside.

Precinct

  • There is a wheelchair accessible ATM at the precinct.

Your safety is our priority

View the Convent’s COVID Safe plans here.

About MESS

Based in Melbourne Australia, MESS is a unique not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the creation of electronic sound and music founded by Robin Fox and Byron J Scullin.

Thank you!

This workshop is proudly supported by City of Yarra, Abbotsford Convent and The Australia Council for the Arts.