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MEETUP // PW Music Producer Meetup x Exchange
Mar
17
4:00 PM16:00

MEETUP // PW Music Producer Meetup x Exchange

MUSIC PRODUCER MEET UP AND EXCHANGE

DATE: Sunday, March 17, 2019
TIME: 4:00-6:00 PM
LOCATION: Possible Worlds (708G Somerset St. W., Chinatown, Ottawa)

For those using digital or analog software or hardware meet up with fellow producers to discuss projects you’re working on and questions you have on production.

Plus an open jam: bring a synth or piece of music gear and plug into our board and speakers.

This month - guest presenter Alexandre Enkerli will present some cool production software apps for jamming!

PWYC  / Suggested $10 / Welcome to all / All ages

// About PW Music Producer Meetup and Exchange //

The producer meet up and exchange series is open to all - from beginners to long time producers and electronic artists, using software or hardware. The purpose is to provide a platform and opportunity to network and meet others interested in electronic music producing, writing, recording and performing.

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MEETUP // PW After Work Club
Mar
1
6:00 PM18:00

MEETUP // PW After Work Club

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PW AFTER WORK CLUB

DATE: Friday, March 1, 2019
TIME: 6:00-8:00 PM
LOCATION: Possible Worlds (708G Somerset St. W., Chinatown, Ottawa)

Come through for the first Possible Worlds After Work Club meetup.

The After Work Club is a fun space for creatives into graphic art and visual art to gather. Discuss projects you're working on, followed by an open graphic art jam. At this meetup we’ll be working on zines: Contribute a page to our collaborative zine on the themes of utopia and dystopia. Bring your own materials or use the materials we have in-studio.

After Work Club is PWYC (pay what you can) with registration; suggested $10 at the door. Spaces are limited. Please register through Eventbrite below.

*Possible Worlds is an open and inclusive space. Open mindedness is strongly encouraged.*

// About PW After Work Club //

The After Work Club is a new series at Possible Worlds, open to all, from beginners to long time graphic and visual artists, using analog or digital means to make their work. The purpose is to provide a platform and opportunity to meet creatives interested in sharing graphic art processes, practices and projects, related to print, drawing, illustration, zines, DIY publishing, collage, comic arts, book arts, typography, photography, graphic design, video, murals, industrial design, and everything in between.


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MEETUP // PW Music Producer Meetup x Exchange
Jan
13
4:00 PM16:00

MEETUP // PW Music Producer Meetup x Exchange

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MUSIC PRODUCER MEET UP AND EXCHANGE

DATE: Sunday, January 13, 2019
TIME: 4:00-6:00 PM
LOCATION: Possible Worlds (708G Somerset St. W., Chinatown, Ottawa)

For those using digital or analog software or hardware meet up with fellow producers to discuss projects you’re working on and questions you have on production. Plus an open jam: bring a synth or piece of music gear and plug into our board and speakers.

$5 / PWYC  / Welcome to all / All ages

// About PW Music Producer Meetup and Exchange //

The producer meet up and exchange series is open to all - from beginners to long time producers and electronic artists, using software or hardware. The purpose is to provide a platform and opportunity to network and meet others interested in electronic music producing, writing, recording and performing.

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Practice / Process 04: Designing a Digital Presence
Feb
22
6:30 PM18:30

Practice / Process 04: Designing a Digital Presence

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WHAT: PW Practice/Process 04: Designing a Digital Presence
WHERE: Possible Worlds (708G Somerset Street W.)
DATE: Thursday, February 22, 2018
TIME: 6:30-8:30 PM

This event is PWYC with registration; suggested $10 at the door. Spaces are limited. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pw-practice-process-04-designing-a-digital-presence-tickets-43007679126

Practice/Process is a series of professional development meetups for emerging artists, designers and other creative practitioners hosted by Possible Worlds.  We discuss a particular theme, focusing on the "what" of guests’ creative practices, and the "how" of their process.

In February we’re taking on an essential part of creative practice: designing a digital presence and, specifically, how to do it effectively using social media. From the worlds of writing/zine-making/book reviewing and experimental music, this month’s guests are Ariel Bissett and Greg White. Fresh to the Ottawa-Gatineau creative scenes via Guelph, ON, and London, UK, these two have built a meaningful and engaged online following around each of their own practices. They will share their experiences of being based in small/large cities while using different platforms to showcase their work, grow their audiences, generate income, and make connections that lead to creative opportunities.

As an open-dialogue meetup, this event welcomes creative practitioners in all fields who’d like to discuss how our digital presences can be designed into tools to grow our careers.

Practice/Process is PWYC with registration; suggested $10 at the door. Spaces are limited.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS

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ARIEL BISSETT is a 23-year-old Canadian writer and video maker. She shares her bookish passion with over 130K subscribers on her YouTube channel. Ariel is currently pursuing a Masters in English Literature at the University of Ottawa. Learn more at arielbissett.com.

Youtube: http://youtube.com/arielbissett
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/arielbissett/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArielBissett

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GREGORY WHITE is an experimental electronic musician working between Ottawa (CA) and London (UK), and at the intersection of art, music, and technology.

With White Noises, Greg aims to broaden the awareness and understanding of experimental music and modular synthesisers. These topics are made approachable through tutorial videos on the White Noises YouTube channel and his personal Instagram account. In the process he hopes to help build a passionate and inclusive community of musicians who are as excited about sharing knowledge as they are about making music.

He also releases his own personal music on Bandcamp,  ranging from dreamy atmospheres and joyful melodies to distorted pulsing rhythms.

He attended the University of East Anglia where he received a First Class Honours degree in Music and Technology, specialising in Sonic Arts. After being introduced to coding by building his own digital instruments and interactive performances, Greg chose to study an MA in Computational Arts at Goldsmiths. 

You can find out more about Greg and his other projects at www.gregory-white.co.uk.

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/whitenoises
Music: http://gregwht.bandcamp.com
Instagram: http://instagram.com/gregwht/
Twitter: http://twitter.com/gregwht
White Noises website: https://www.whitenoises.co.uk

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We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.

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Practice / Process 03: Graphic Art x Social Impact
Nov
28
6:30 PM18:30

Practice / Process 03: Graphic Art x Social Impact

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WHAT: PW Practice/Process 03: Graphic Art x Social Impact
WHERE: Possible Worlds (708G Somerset Street W.)
DATE: Tuesday, November 28, 2017
TIME: 6:30-8:30 PM

This event is PWYC with registration; suggested $10 at the door. Spaces are limited. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pw-practice-process-03-graphic-art-x-socialpolitical-impact-tickets-39815550383

Practice/Process is a new series of professional development meet ups for emerging artists, designers and other creative practitioners hosted by Possible Worlds.  We discuss a particular theme, focusing on the "what" of guest artists practices, and the "how" of their process.

For November, we’re focusing on graphic art and design with social, cultural and political impact. Guests will speak to their practices - ranging from print, graphic design,sculpture,and art education - and how they engage and expand dialogue with the issues of our times.

  • Guillermo Trejo - Print artist and instructor at the Ottawa School of Art
  • Valerie Yobé - Directrice of l’École Multidisciplinaire de l’Image at Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO) and President, la tribu grafik.

This meetup is open to creative practitioners who are curious about learning more about contemporary graphic art and design viewed through social, cultural and political lenses, as well as various practices and forms including creation, curation, programming and education.

Practice/Process is PWYC with registration; suggested $10 at the door. Spaces are limited.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS

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Guillermo Trejo is a Mexican Artist based in Ottawa. He completed his BFA at the National School of Painting, Sculpture and Engraving in Mexico City with a specialization in printmaking, and moved to Canada in 2007. The experience of immigration and distance has shaped Trejo's work. Since moving to Ottawa, he has earned an MFA from the University of Ottawa and has been an active member of the artistic community. He has exhibited at the Ottawa Art Gallery, Galerie Saw Gallery, and other artist-run centers across the country.

In 2014, Trejo participated in the Québec City Biennial and was shortlisted for the Ottawa RBC Emerging Artist Prize. He has been an Artist-in-Residence at Creative Fusion (Cleveland), and the International Symposium on Contemporary Art of Baie-Saint-Paul. In 2014, Guillermo also received the Young Artist FONCA (Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, Mexico) grant for Mexican Artists and a production grant from the Canada Council for the Arts. In addition, Trejo has worked as a research consultant for the National Gallery of Canada. He also teaches at the Ottawa School of Art (OSA) and directs OSA Editions, a project that invites local artists to create limited edition prints at the OSA print studio.

 

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Valerie Yobé has a PhD in Semiology and has been teaching as an associate professor in Graphic Design at l’École Multidisciplinaire de l’Image (ÉMI)  at the Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO), since 2001. After starting a career in advertising in Paris, she continued in graphic design in Quebec with clients in the social and cultural fields. She is an accredited DGA (designer graphique agréé) by the Société des Designers Graphiques du Québec (SDGQ), where she was elected to the Board of Directors in 2013. Last year, Yobé became the Directrice of l’École Multidisciplinaire de l’Image at UQO. 

In 2014, Yobé created the non for profit organization la tribu grafik. Through activities like curating, collaborative initiatives between practitioners, editorial projects, critical thinking, and workshops locally and overseas, la tribu grafik conceptualizes and produces research-creation projects that rethink the uses of design, decompartmentalize practices, and innovate socially and culturally. Yobé promotes the practice of and research in graphic design in order to make it a real object of knowledge.

This year, Yobé received a three year grant from Le Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture (FRQSC),  to support the research and creation of a project called Graphisme Citoyen: pratiques artistiques et construction du lien social au sein de l’école primaire.

Please note artist Joi Arcand, originally scheduled for this edition, will be looking to join us for a future edition.

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We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.

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Practice / Process 02: Artists in Communities
Oct
26
6:30 PM18:30

Practice / Process 02: Artists in Communities

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WHAT: PW Practice/Process 02: Artists in Communities
WHERE: Possible Worlds (708G Somerset Street W.)
DATE: Thursday, October 26, 2017
TIME: 6:30-8:30 PM

This event is PWYC with registration; suggested $10 at the door. Spaces are limited. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pw-practice-process-02-artists-in-communities-tickets-38704277536

Practice/Process is a new series of professional development meet ups for emerging artists, designers and other creative practitioners hosted by Possible Worlds.  We discuss a particular theme, focusing on the "what" of guest artists practices, and the "how" of their process.

This month, we’re focusing on artists working in various communities. They'll speak to their practices which include facilitating, educating, and mentoring, some with vulnerable communities, in Ottawa and beyond.

Guest speakers:

Speakers Mique Michelle and Mailyne Briggs both facilitate youth-centered visual art programming.  As a graffiti artist and Ottawa School of Art alumni, Mique’s work takes her to schools and communities throughout Ontario where she includes children and youth in the creation of collaborative mural projects.  Mailyne is the founder of social enterprise/creative studio  Dream.Love.Grow., and non-profit A.R.T (A Real Thought) In Action.  Her work at Dream.Love.Grow allows her to donate proceeds and creative services to local causes, while A.R.T In Action delivers programming to youth facing barriers in Ottawa and Nunavut. Stephanie Nadeau is Head of Ottawa Art Gallery's growing Public, Educational and Community Programs department, where she has advanced the Gallery’s commitment to accessibility by forging a programming and consultation partnership with Tangled Art + Disability, developed volunteer programming councils for both youth and older adults, instigated childcare during exhibition openings and events.

Beyond the experiences of our speakers, we’ll discuss various opportunities and resources to fund and sustain involvement within various communities.  This meetup is open to creative practitioners who are curious about working within different communities, as well as representatives from organizations interested in developing creative programming.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS

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Mique Michelle is a Franco-Ontarienne from Field whose nomadic journeys allow her to exercise her graffiti art from Northern Ontario to France. Through her travels and studies at the Ottawa School of Art, she has evolved as a mixed media artist and an active facilitator of the arts in Ottawa. Her work can be seen in galleries, public buildings, and in outdoor venues. Mique often includes youth to create with her in collaborative mural projects, as she remains a strong advocate for abolishing negative perceptions of graffiti and street art.

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Mailyne Briggs (aka Mai) is a self-taught multidisciplinary artist, photographer, video producer and entrepreneur. In 2007 she started Dream Love Grow Media, an arts-based social enterprise, which allocates proceeds and services to help local causes, charities and individuals in need. In 2014, Mai and a fellow artist dreamed up A Real Thought (A.R.T.) In Action and by 2015 the organization became a registered non-profit. A.R.T in Action provides free 12-week art workshops for youth facing barriers in Ottawa and Nunavut. Notable achievements in the organization's first two years include: paid mentorships for youth to start their own businesses; two satellite workshops in Arviat, Nunavut; three workshops with youth living with disabilities; a Canada150 collaboration that involved our youth showcasing their work in the Toronto Subway System; and now, a partnership with CNIB, an art workshop for blind and low vision youth.

Photo courtesy of Ottawa Art Gallery

Photo courtesy of Ottawa Art Gallery

Stephanie Nadeau is Head of Ottawa Art Gallery's growing Public, Educational and Community Programs department. She has more than doubled OAG’s public programming attendance by developing an expanded program of events, programs and projects that promote public engagement with the Gallery. Stephanie studied art at the Ontario College of Art and Design (BFA 2005) and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (MFA 2008), and brings previous professional programming experience from the Foreman Art Gallery of Bishop's University and The Banff Centre. She continues to foster ongoing mentorship opportunities in education and public programs, cultivating the OAG’s commitment to providing students with opportunities to develop professional skills in a not-for-profit arts environment. Her outreach into the community also includes serving on the Board of Directors of Being Studio (formerly H'art of Ottawa), an innovative visual art studio that facilitates creative opportunities for adults with intellectual disabilities.

We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.

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Practice / Process 01: What is a Residency?
Sep
24
4:00 PM16:00

Practice / Process 01: What is a Residency?

WHAT: PW Practice/Process 01: What is a Residency?
WHERE: Possible Worlds (708G Somerset Street W.)
DATE: Sunday, September 24, 2017
TIME: 4:00-6:00 PM

Open to all creative levels and disciplines.

This event is PWYC with registration; suggested $10 at the door. Spaces are limited. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pw-practice-process-01-what-is-a-residency-tickets-37971893957

Practice/Process is a new series of professional development meet ups for emerging artists, designers and other creative practitioners hosted by Possible Worlds.  

This month, we’re focusing on residencies and hosting a discussion led by photo-based artist Olivia Johnston, painter Ryan Smeeton, and print artist and Possible Worlds co-founder Melanie Yugo. Other creatives who have participated in residencies are also invited to attend and share their experiences.

Drawing from their recent residency experiences in Senegal, Spain, and the Philippines respectively, Olivia, Ryan, and Melanie will share their insights on finding, applying for, and financing residencies, as well as managing time and projects while away, and how their practices have been informed by their residencies since coming home.

Regardless of where you are in your career, residencies are opportunities to dive into research, learn new techniques, make connections to larger art communities, and access resources, ideas, and landscapes unavailable at home. Whether you’re curious about the possibilities of residencies, or you have your own experiences to share, join us on Sunday September 24 to discuss how to make a residency happen, and how to make the most out of it once you’re there.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS

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OLIVIA JOHNSTON is an artist based in Ottawa, Canada, and is currently the Photographic History Instructor at the School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa. Her practice includes both photo-based and multi-media work, within which she is preoccupied by questions of art history, the photographic image, gender, individuality, vulnerability, and identity.

In 2017, Johnston was a finalist for the RBC Emerging Artist Award. Her work has been displayed nationally, including in Ottawa's Nuit Blanche, as a part of the City of Ottawa’s collection, and in the largest photography event in the world, the CONTACT Photography Festival in Toronto. She has also shown her work internationally, in New York, NY; Portland, OR; Saint-Louis, Senegal; and London, England.

In March of 2016, Johnston attended a month-long residency at WAAW in Saint-Louis, Senegal. The work she produced while she was there will be part of a two-person exhibition with artist Shaya Ishaq entitled overcome/reconcile at the Ottawa Art Gallery in April of 2018.

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RYAN SMEETON is an artist based in Ottawa. He obtained his BFA from the University of Ottawa in 2011, and balances his time between a studio painting practice and creating site-specific murals. He most recently completed large mural commissions for the Canada Science and Technology Museum, the City of Ottawa, and Carleton University. His work takes on the purpose of presenting an alternate perspective of the world that is a median between our reality and an imagined one. In July 2015 he completed a month-long residency at La Postiza artist centre in the rural community of La Cueva, Spain.

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MELANIE YUGO is a Filipina-Canadian artist-researcher, educator, artistic director and cultural worker born in Toronto, now based in Ottawa, Canada. She co-founded and directs Possible Worlds, a gallery, shop, publisher and project space, as well as the multidisciplinary collective/studio Spins & Needles, recognized for its participatory art and music programming in non-traditional venues. As a print artist, Melanie specializes in silkscreening and Risograph printing in the form of prints and artist books, exploring themes of community, culture, identity and place. Melanie received a B.Sc. in Psychology from McGill University, an M.Sc. in Social and Cultural Psychology from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and completed summer studies in silkscreening at the School of Visual Arts.  

Melanie completed a research-based residency with 98B Collaboratory in Manila, Philippines in February 2017.

We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.

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MUSIC PRODUCER MEETUP AND EXCHANGE
Sep
10
4:00 PM16:00

MUSIC PRODUCER MEETUP AND EXCHANGE

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MUSIC PRODUCER MEET UP AND EXCHANGE

DATE: Sunday, September 10, 2017
TIME: 4:00-6:00 PM
LOCATION: Possible Worlds (708G Somerset St. W., Chinatown, Ottawa)

Local musician Sheehan Jordan - part of The Tenenbaums punk band, one half of the Ducc Töys duo, and previously a Possible Worlds intern -  is back from Asia!

He'll be leading this meetup and will show his latest pedal chain and new effects.

His talk will be followed by an open jam: bring a synth or piece of music gear and plug into our board and speakers.

// About PW Music Producer Meetup and Exchange //

The Producer meet up and exchange series is open to all - from beginners to long time producers and electronic artists, using software or hardware. The purpose is to provide a platform and opportunity to network and meet others interested in electronic music producing, writing, recording and performing.

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MUSIC PRODUCER MEETUP AND EXCHANGE
May
7
4:00 PM16:00

MUSIC PRODUCER MEETUP AND EXCHANGE

MUSIC PRODUCER MEET UP AND EXCHANGE

DATE: Sunday, May 7, 4-6 PM
TIME: 4:00-6:00 PM
PRICE: PWYW; suggested donation of $5-10
LOCATION: Possible Worlds (708G Somerset St. W., Chinatown, Ottawa)

TOPIC: Special guest speaker / presentation / demo from John Emond (Monde Sounds) will discuss how he got into synths and launched his own local synth company!

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Background on Monde Synthesizer

Monde Synthesizer was started in 2009 by Ottawa-based John Emond. John brings 35 years experience in the high technology industry along with 40 years of experience in electronic music. Monde Synthesizer's Eurorack modules and controllers are a blend of precision electrical engineering, ergonomic and artistic design, and musical sensibility. These products provide:

- Analog signal paths coupled with microcontroller driven user interfaces;
- Convenient, carefully thought-out normalization features;
- Skiff friendliness using SMD technology; and
- Unique, elegant control panel design.

Proudly designed and manufactured in Ottawa, the birthplace of the voltage-controlled synthesizer.

www.mondesynthesizer.com

About PW Music Producer Meetup and Exchange
The PW Producer Meetup and Exchange series is a way to connect and network with like minded producers and electronic musicians and sound artists. The series features discussions and presentations of gear, equipment, technique and processes - whether it be software or hardware, conceptual or actual.

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May
3
6:30 PM18:30

Graphic Art Meetup #1: Visual Storytelling

Advance registration is required. Click on the REGISTER button to purchase and guarantee your spot.

DATE: Wednesday, May 3, 2017
TIME: 6:30-8:30 PM
PRICE: $10; PWYW for PW Members (limited spots available) 
LOCATION: Possible Worlds (708G Somerset St. W., Chinatown, Ottawa)

Possible Worlds presents the first in our PW Graphic Art Meetups, mixing artist talks with networking, resource sharing and micro projects.

In this first Graphic Art Meetup, we’ll focus on visual storytelling - from zines to graphic novels - exploring how approaches to storytelling change when narrative is brought into a visual field.  

The first part of the Meetup will feature artist talks by emerging Ottawa-based artists Abigail Kashul and Rachel Gray. Abigail, co-organizer of the Ottawa Zine Off, will discuss her own zine work as well as the origin of zine culture and its political and social relevance today. Rachel will discuss the potential of the graphic novel form, and will share learnings from the process of creating her own illustrated book, Jess.

The second part of the Meetup will feature a hands-on micro project led by Abigail and Rachel. Participants will be encouraged to explore their own voice in the creation of a 6-page zine.  Information about how to assemble, reproduce and share their completed zine work will also be provided.

BIOGRAPHIES

Rachel Gray holds a BA in English from King's College/ Dalhousie University and a BFA from the University of Ottawa. She is a writer, photographer and artist based in Ottawa ON. She is the recipient of the Foshee Poetry Prize, and the Paradigm Prize for her work in the 2016 graduation show, Ode. She is a co-creator of Love, Dear Love an interdisciplinary show which featured her large scale paintings debuting in 2016. She was awarded the city of Ottawa’s Youth in Culture grant to complete the first section of her graphic novel Jess.

Website: www.rachelelizabethgray.com
Instagram: @halfacoffee

Abigail Kashul attended Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and is an artist based in Ottawa. She is the co organizer of the Ottawa Zine Off and has been illustrating and printing zines since 2013. She also makes music under the name waterbabies. She is currently working on a upcoming LP with funding from the Ottawa’s Youth in Culture grant.

Instagram: @waterbaebies

TERMS OF SERVICE AND CANCELLATION POLICY
Spots are non-refundable. By purchasing a spot or having someone purchase a spot for you, you also agree to our terms of service and cancellation policy.

QUESTIONS?
If you have any questions, or if this workshop is sold out and you would like to be put on a waiting list, please e-mail us at info@possibleworldsshop.com or call 613-791-1152.

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Music Producer Meetup and Exchange
Mar
5
4:00 PM16:00

Music Producer Meetup and Exchange

Music Producer Meet Up and Exchange

Music producer meet up and exchange is back! 

This month's guest producers / speakers / demos:

Hazy Montagne Mystique aka - Chittakon Baccam and Nina Choquette of Montreal-based experimental / synth label Jeunesse Cosmique - will be our guests this edition! They will share some of their live performance and production techniques and demonstrate their music live in the shop!

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Whether you have been making beats / producing tracks or fiddling with synths and noise gadgets for years or just starting out / interested in learning more - this meet up is open to all. Arrive early for a seat (space is limited) 

Bring any new tracks or works to play for the group and meet other local electronic music producers and artists. 

Free / PWYC
Support and meet up with your local music scene

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Music Producer Meetup and Exchange
Aug
28
4:00 PM16:00

Music Producer Meetup and Exchange

Music Producer Meet Up and Exchange

Monthly producer meet up and exchange is back! 

After we took the summer off we are back with our regular meet ups and gear demos, etc. 

This month's guest producers / speakers / demos:

Josh Starkey - Local synth / vapourwave artist will present his latest additions to his Modular synth and give a quick '101' on modulated synthesis

Kurt Yates - local house / techno DJ will provide an overview of the ever expanding Traktor DJ software (and controller) that is full of effects and remixing capabilities that could be useful to producers and electronic artists. 

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Whether you have been making beats / producing tracks or fiddling with synths and noise gadgets for years or just starting out / interested in learning more - this meet up is open to all. Arrive early for a seat (space is limited) 

Bring any new tracks or works to play for the group and meet other local electronic music producers and artists. 

Free / PWYC
Starts at 4 pm to 6:30 pm

Support your local music scene

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