Join Sabrina Shirazi for an exciting, creative and free workshop for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people, as part of Doing Things Differently.
This workshop is the first in a series of three, which will discover interesting ways of identifying sound. Artist Sabrina Shirazi is interested in exploring alternative approaches to experiencing sound and would love to invite Deaf and Hard of Hearing participants to take part in this creative workshop (we will have two BSL interpreters present throughout).
For two hours you will be exploring ways to see, feel and taste sound. You will feel vibrations, watch sound move, and much more, with the help of a live musician. There will be more exciting things to discover… to be revealed at the workshop!
To attend please book your free ticket, spaces are limited so book in advance to ensure your place on this fun and musical workshop!
Please meet in the downstairs area of the MShed, where Sabrina will be there to meet you.
Sabrina’s project is supported by Unlimited Impact; supporting artists and venues to celebrate the work of disabled artists, funded by Spirit of 2012.
Who is this event for?
This workshop is open for all to experience, but it is specially designed for Deaf or Hard of Hearing people, to experience and explore sound, vibrations, music and movement in a new and very exciting way.
Why is this part of Doing Things Differently?
Sabrina will present an experience for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people to explore creative ways to feel, hear and appreciate sound. A fantastic example of how we can do things differently in new and exciting ways.