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You’re invited to…Lab Late: Sensory Jam
A night of sensory exploration, showcasing an interdisciplinary based approach to learning with Bittersuite, as part of our Cultural Residency, The Firebird Lab.
What can I expect at Lab Late: Sensory Jam?
An evening of interdisciplinary collaboration for parents, carers and educators to explore, play and learn new ways of collaborating, creating and educating from a multi-sensory perspective.
Expect live music from an array of London’s finest contemporary musicians, playfulness and movement. This is an immersive workshop experience designed to help you develop new ways of approaching learning experiences, whether that’s in the classroom, in an informal learning space or at home, using an interdisciplinary STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and maths) approach.
Each year, the Institute of Imagination runs a cultural residency and this year’s theme is empathy. Bittersuite’s project, The Firebird Lab, is this year’s residency and responds to the theme by exploring Stravinsky’s classical music piece The Firebird through multi-sensory workshops. The project aims to boost the ability to understand the feelings of others, by sharing and exploring different responses to the same musical stimulus. The multi-sensory approach is a fun, experiential way to try out expressing emotions in non-traditional ways. The residency will take place between April to July 2019 at the Imagination Lab. There will be a series of workshops for children, families, schools and adults to contribute to The Firebird Lab and you can book them on our what’s on page.
When is Lab Late: Sensory Jam
The session is on Friday 31 May 2019 between 7:00-9:00pm.
Who is Lab Late: Sensory Jam for and how much does it cost?
Lab Late: Sensory Jam is suitable for parents and education professionals. Young adults are also welcome, accompanied by a parent. The event is held at the Imagination Lab in Lambeth and tickets are £5.
The Cultural Residency is kindly supported by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, Arts Council England and the D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust.