Use your imagination and creativity to produce an instrument that nobody has ever seen before. Using a microbit, a speaker and everyday objects and scrap materials, your funky musical instrument will soon be ready to play!
Join Paul Clifford to learn how to use BBC Micro:bit, a tiny programmable computer which can be used to create musical instruments. Your child will invent and design an instrument using scrap objects and their imagination!
This workshop WILL get noisy. You can take away what you have made but not the electronic devices, though these can be purchases easily online.
Please note, participating children must be accompanied by an adult.
About the Artist
Paul Clifford has spent his working life in formal and informal education creating exciting and powerful learning experiences for a range of audiences. Over the last 17 years he has worked as a Digital Learning Programmes Manager in museums including the British Museum and the Museum of London and has developed and delivered Maker activities for over 30 cultural organisations, big and small. Paul likes learning and making … anything and everything!