11am – 5pm, Saturday 9th November 2019. Spitfire Audio, Tileyard Rd, London, N7 9AH
Saffron is pleased to announce TECH DISSECT – a new musical space to inspire creativity and connection by bringing together Women of all ages and experiences. The all-day event will comprise workshops, interactive presentations, practical demonstrations, discussion and networking, catering to both entry-level and professionals in the music tech sector.
The lineup of speakers and workshop hosts include the best in the industry across sound engineering, composition, production, music business, publishing and boundary-pushing experimental music. The first wave of speaker announcements includes Emmy-nominated composer Hannah Peel, BAFTA Breakthrough composer Nainita Desai, managing director of Abbey Road studios Isabel Garvey, artist and beatmaker Emmavie, rising producer/DJ Shy One and Air Studios engineer Fiona Cruickshank.
SPEAKERS & WORKSHOP HOSTS
- Fiona Cruickshank
- Hannah Peel
- Homay Schmitz
- Isabel Garvey
- Katie Tavini
- Nainita Desai
- Shy One
Further speakers and schedule for the day is TBA.
- EMI Production Music
- Native Instruments
- Spitfire Audio
TICKETS & ELIGIBILITY
You must identify as female or non-binary and be aged 16 or over to attend TECH DISSECT.
We never want money to be a barrier to empowering Womxn to get involved, so if the ticket cost is a challenge for you, please contact email@example.com as you may be eligible for a bursary place.
£12.50 – Super Earlybird
£15 – Earlybird
£18 – Student / Concessions
£22.50 – General Admission
Purchase tickets: http://smarturl.it/TechDissect
WHAT IS SAFFRON?
TECH DISSECT is brought to you by Saffron, a non-profit organisation founded in Bristol in 2015 by Laura Lewis-Paul. With just 5% of the music technology industry made up of Women, Saffron aims to challenge the current climate by providing Womxn with the tools and opportunities for a seat at the table. Through TECH DISSECT, Saffron hopes to create a space for Womxn in music tech to assemble, support, teach and encourage each other.
Saffron’s primary aims:
- Support, champion and inspire Womxn in music technology
- Promote inclusivity and representation for Womxn, on stage and behind the scenes
- Teach, empower and create visibility for Womxn in male-dominated spaces
- Have a tangible effect on the stereotypes society holds about Womxn’s roles and abilities, through long-term community building and education