Summer Family Activity: Electronic Music Club - Camden Art Centre

A free electronic music and sound art workshop for families led by artist Rian Treanor.

Children and adults are invited to work together as a group to explore computer patterns, electronic rhythms and unusual digital sounds using accessible music devices. The session will offer a fun, creative and relaxed space to explore playing and experimenting with sound.

Open to families, children must be accompanied by an adult for the full session (suitable for children age 3yrs and over).

The Artist

The Artist

Rotherham sound artist Rian Treanor is recognised as one of the UK’s most exciting and innovative producers, earning awards in DJ magazine, MixMag and Spotify, with guest spots on Radio 1. His music is complex yet highly kinetic, reflecting equal interest in club culture and experimental sound design. Using the programming language Max/MSP he creates his own software to explore interesting rhythmic structures and unusual synthesised sounds within various collaborations, workshops, live performances and installations. He has released records on UK record labels Planet Mu, The Death of Rave and Warp sub-label Arcola and he has presented work at numerous arts festivals internationally.