Make your own instrument, Tim Gagen & Janina Dewitz (6-8pm)

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Make your own instrument

Are you curious about electronics but don’t know where to start?

Have you ever wanted to learn to solder but never had the opportunity?

Are you a musician looking to take up a new instrument?

If you answered YES to any of the above questions, we have the perfect solution: our 2 hour DIY Instrument Workshop!

We will be soldering our own funky instruments and attempt to play a tune by the end of the session.

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About the session host
Tim Gagen is based in UCL ISD. He tames learning and teaching applications by day. Janina Dewitz is UCL’s first ever E-Learning Innovations Officer. She constantly tinkers with digital and electronic things. Both are passionate about music.

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