Posted in ProjectsMay 17, 2012
LS12 EQ is a free drop-in session run for anybody, 13-25 years old, wanting to get involved in music technology or graphic design. You can learn how to make beats and record tracks using industry standard studio equipment, come and do some photography and editing in Photoshop, or learn how to design logos, flyers, posters, and album art.
The project is run in partnership with Equilateral, a not for profit social enterprise based in Leeds. To find out more about Equilateral you can visit their website.
Get in contact for more info, or simply turn up on the day!
When: Tuesdays 5-6PM for 13 and under, 6-8pm for 14 and over
Where: Interplay, LS12 3LE
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Posted in ProjectsMay 14, 2012
LS12 Logic is a project for young people to get involved in music production and studio recording. Get hands on experience with local producer Wonky Logic learning to perform, produce, record and edit in a professional studio. Gain the skills to know how to get music made.
Wonky Logic is one of Leeds top music producers, signing to Boom Better Records in early 2012. He joins us to lead the LS12 Logic sessions to share his skills in music with young people giving them the experience he’s gained from working in the music industry.
Using professional equipment and techniques to create music that is created and published by young people.
So for anyone looking to get involved in music, production, studio recording, performance and writing then get in contact with us and join us on LS12 Logic.
When: Thursdays 5-8PM
Where: Interplay, LS12 3LE
Posted in NewsNovember 30, 2011
Lloyds TSB Community Foundation for England and Wales will be funding Interplay’s evening provision from January 2012! The Foundation have awarded Interplay £32,400 to enable us to open the doors of our building to children and young people in our local community into the evening.
Artists will work with young people to create and record their own music in our studio, as well as launching a youth theatre for young people from across Leeds. Thanks to Lloyds, the provision will be completely free of charge and will see the talent of young people flourish.
Posted in ProjectsOctober 21, 2011
Tools for the Trade is a work-based learning programme targeting young people who are not attending or responding to formal education settings. Learners work in our professional facilities to create music, films, performances and learn how to run a recording studio.
Working alongside artists and industry professionals, learners develop skills and tools they would need for the trade by creating product – a film, theatre performance or music track.
We use the arts as tools of re-engagement, and as a means of raising self-esteem and aspirations. We aim to provide young people with a route back to training and education, the necessary generic skills to make this successful, as well as industry-based experience and skill.