The mobile production studio offers participants an experience in song recording, sound mixing, beat making and music video production. The program is aimed to create an environment where youth can express themselves musically and creatively under the guidance of a professional music producer.
Participants learn about sound recording, music production, songwriting, voice and performance. Within the studios’ residency, original songs are created containing messages that focus on cultural identity, language, struggle, love and self acceptance.
This package gives participants the opportunity to write and record 1 original song in a professional music studio setting. As an extension to this process, participants will plan and execute the production of a music video that will support the original song created.
This package gives participants the opportunity to enter into a training process that will develop their knowledge and abilities in sound design / recording, beatmaking, songwriting, producing, mixing & mastering and music program facilitation. The end result of this training session is the official opening of a community based recording studio program.
This integrative arts program offers two – 5 week creative residencies per school which take place in an after school or extracurricular setting. The school representative will work with our team to coordinate and schedule these residencies in order to match the school interests to available artists. Our program invites artists into schools and communities chosen from a list of applicants that include visual artists, printmakers, photographers, filmmakers, spoken word poets, musicians, actors, authors, dancers, etc. The artists below represent our current integrative arts programming for the 2017/2018 school year.
This is a collection of one week workshops lead by recognized Indigenous artists. The project aims to deliver interactive youth based projects in music and digital art forms and hopes to build creative capacities in all participants.
Project Guiding Light” is a one week package that gives participants the opportunity to write and record one original song under the guidance of professional Cree hip-hop group, The NorthStars. Furthermore, participants will engage in a video interview project that highlights the individual experience and explores the story behind the song.
The one week residency will culminate into a community event; where the youth will put on a show production applying their learned skills. This residency includes a Surface Pro 4 workstation loaded with programs such as Serato Video, Apelton and other applications for creative design, which will be given to the school as a new digital resource.
“Hip-Hop and a Sacred Space” is an interactive workshop that provides youth the opportunity and experience to learn Mob Bounce’s approach to combining traditional and spiritual Indigenous Culture with contemporary methods of musical and artistic
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