Calendar of Events

June 2021 Frequency Fridays Livestream Edition

On the evening of Friday, June 4th, we are delighted to present via our Twitch channel live-stream and prerecorded performances of vocalist/improviser Ayako Kanda (JP), experimental electronic musician Paul Harriman ...

Factory Streams: Live Vids for Covid: Josh Goldfarb

Josh Goldfarb is a Columbus, OH-based audiovisual installation artist, DJ, and beatboxer, whose experimental works draw heavily from his interests in technology, animation, low frequency sound, and activism. His visual ...

Factory Streams: Live Vids for Covid: Caleb Miller

Caleb Miller is a keyboardist/ saxophonist/ composer and educator currently residing in Columbus, OH. His work mostly focuses on midwestern perspectives surrounding improvisational-based music and projects. In Columbus Caleb plays ...

Virtual workshop: Getting Started with 3D Animation in Blender

Workshop sessions will take place over Zoom

About the workshop This two-session workshop is for beginners who are brand new to Blender (a free program for 3D animation). We will get to know the Blender interface, manage pre-made ...

Virtual workshop: Intro to SuperCollider

Workshop sessions will take place over Zoom

This is a beginner-level workshop that introduces participants to using the SuperCollider programming language to make sound and explore generative composition. Look forward to a fun and hands on environment, ...

Factory Streams: Live Vids for Covid: BAND

BAND is the brainchild of Columbus transplant, Eve Lenker. It has taken many forms since its creation in 2014; many live shows center themselves around thematic performance art and feature ...

Factory Streams: Live Vids for Covid: Man Watching the Stars

Cincinnati, Ohio-based Man Watching the Stars is expressive soundscapes woven with violins. Factory Streams: Live Vids for Covid is a live-stream concert series featuring experimental, electronic, free jazz, noise, and ...

Factory Streams: Live Vids for Covid: LCM

LCM is an electroacoustic improvised trio project between Lynn Avery and Mitch Stahlmann. LCM focuses on playable networks structured in hardware, software, and electro-acoustic processing that are intended to connect, ...

For a list of past events, see our Past Event Archives page