'Build a Theremin' Workshop at Windmill Hill City Farm
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"Sell out warning! Strange electronic rumblings at Windmill City Farm, courtesy of the strange people at Brunswick Club. Create your own DIY motion-sensored sci-fi instrument - perfect for absolute circuitry beginners and radiophonic wannabes. "

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A event on Sunday 28th July. The event starts at 14:00.

// TRANSMISSIONS: radio art lab //
A weekend of events exploring radio art, sound art, eco-acoustics, theremins, detoxifying gardens, subversive streaming, pond dipping, weather instruments, listening together.


Build your own theremin with Bristol Community Modular.

The BCM Theremin aims to be super simple to build, really immediate to play, totally portable and loads of fun to experiment with.

Using a couple of crocodile clips, you can turn almost anything metal into a controller for the instrument. With the built in speaker you can create weird sci-fi sounds anywhere.

The electronics are very beginner friendly to build, but should also be a great starting point for anyone that wants to understand how a theremin works, and how it lets your body become part of the circuit.

This workshop is open to complete beginners.



This workshop will take place in the John James Room at Windmill Hill City Farm.

Philip Street
Bristol BS3 4EA

Tickets for this workshop are very limited, so please let us know if you can't make it and we can refund you and reallocate your ticket.


With thanks to Windmill Hill City Farm.

This workshop was made possible by the West of England Visual Arts Alliance (WEVAA) supported by Arts Council England.

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