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Participatory Creative Music Hub

Welcome To The Participatory Creative Music Hub!
EVERYONE CAN MAKE MUSIC.
HOW DO YOU MAKE YOURS?

The Hub showcases people from all walks of life creating music together. Whatever you call it – participatory creative music, community music, jamming, co-composition, improvisation, music exploration, listening games or having fun with sound – The Hub celebrates music creativity for everyone. Whether they are 4, 40 or 94 years of age, an experienced musician or making music for the first time – everyone has active input in the creative process. The Hub sparks new inspiration through shared processes. Next time your group makes amazing music, share the process to the project catalogue, and check out other projects for new ideas while you’re at it. Walking into a new situation? Want to brush up on your skills? Check out Tips and Tools. Creative music projects include those in schools, hospitals, long-term care facilities, social services and prisons, using materials as varied as playdough, stethoscopes, found objects, acoustic instruments, rock band instruments, field recorders and digital software.

  • Status:
    Charity, Project, Online resource 
  • Main Communities Served:
    Adults, All Ages, Children, Dis/Abilities, FNMI, Homeless, Homeless Youth, Seniors, Youth 
  • Main Catchment Area:
    Canada-wide 
  • Languages:
    English, French 
  • Arts Focus:
    Media Arts, Music 
  • Main Community-Engaged Arts / Arts for Social Change Activities:
    The Participatory Creative Music Hub features community-engaged arts and arts for social change projects taking place in the fields of education, social services, health, community centres and incarceration. Our Tips and Tools section features tips written by experienced facilitators working in various sectors such as education, health care, social services, prisons, and community associations ('Getting started in…' series), keyword definitions, and links to on-line resources to help your practice. Whether you are just starting out facilitating music creativity, looking to brush up on your skills, or looking to gain inspiration or spread the word about a great project, the Hub is the place for you. 
  • Mandate/Mission:
    The Canadian New Music Network (CNMN) / Réseau canadien pour les musiques nouvelles (RCMN) connects and represents artists, ensembles, orchestras, production companies, presenters, record labels, music educators, music media, musicologists, music lovers and fans who believe in the importance and value of creative music making in Canadian society. 
  • ArtBridging Section:
    Knowledge sharing, inspiration, mentorship and networking
  • Main Contact Name:
    Louise Campbell, Project Lead 
  • Phone:
    5148420673 
  • Main Contact Email:
    mlouisecampbell@gmail.com 
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  • Address:
    4303 Christophe Colomb
    Montreal, Canada wide  H2J 3G2 

Last updated on 2020-11-19 17:25:16.