The new year brings new opportunities and in January and February we are supporting live music and new music in Worthing through #Scratchpad – a music project for young songwriters, performers and producers in partnership with AudioActive and Northbrook MET.
#Scratchpad will run sessions for young people with mentoring from professional musicians and producers and you will be able to see and hear some work in progress as you stand in front of the virtual stage at Colonnade House that is being created for the project by As Described who brought the Geminate II installation to Colonnade House last year.
AudioActive are leading the sessions for #Scratchpad. They have a track record of supporting young people to create, record and perform and their experienced mentors will be here to work with young and emerging music producers, vocalists, musicians & VJ’s.
Sessions are FREE and run on Wednesdays and Thursdays for six weeks from 17th January: 4.00-6pm for 14-18 year olds and 6.30 – 8.30pm for 19-25 year olds
REGISTER for sessions via this link: audioactive.org.uk/scratchpad/
#Scratchpad is a partnership project between Adur & Worthing Trust, Audio Active, Northbrook Metropolitan College, As Described and Adur & Worthing Councils with generous funding from Arts Council England, Worthing Town Centre Initiative and Worthing Community Chest.
Ready for 31st January?
It’s nearly the end of the tax year – if the thought of doing your tax return makes you shudder why not book onto our FREE session Tax and Self-employment for Creatives and get some hints from the experts at MHA Carpenter Box. Follow the link below to book your free place.
Monday 15th January 14.00 – 16.00
Need funding advice?
Our popular funding ‘surgery’ is back with two opportunities to find out about ways of accessing funding for your business or project.
Small Business Grants: book a place for our 1- 2pm session to hear information about the next round of applications to this local fund.
1-to-1 advice: book an individual advice slot between 1pm – 5pm with Andy Willems from Adur & Worthing Council for advice about funding.
Monday 22nd January – follow the link below to book for either or both sessions
Worthing Digital Talk
The first of a series of talks in 2018, this evening will be an opportunity for a behind-the-scenes view of the tech behind the #Scratchpad project including a new installation from As Described, the people behind the sensational Geminate II plus Mike Pailthorpe from the Music Technology faculty at MET explaining how young people are making music in the project using Ableton and other digital technology.
Follow the link below to book your FREE place.
Monday 22nd January 19.00 – 21.00