art and musical projects facilitated by Inferno
Some flavor from our Summer Residency featuring Ben Lamar Gay, Emme Williams, Rob Frye and Ed Bornstein!
Tracks from the crazy fun creative spring collaborations at YouMedia Humboldt Park:
Johnson College prep crew came out to Northerly Island and explored local history, sampling with our outdoor surroundings and beat-making. And we got goofy too because it's spring break!!
Gathering field recordings of South Shore's outdoor spaces, listening and looping, making rhythms, and sharing stories... spring break forever!
Some pics and vids from our Instagram feed, much more below...
2016 Arts XIII mixtapes: these young creatives explored multiple musical styles, techniques and tools with Inferno this summer to make what you hear below!
"Headphones" creative visual piece by Inferno member and artist, Will Gee:
2016 Summer Creative Collaborations: just a few highlights from the sound/music pieces that the young people in Chicago Park District summer camps made with Inferno all across the city. Peep our SoundCloud page for the complete collection.
Tracks from the Intonation Music Workshop's session with Inferno. Groups worked with DJ Mod and Will Gee.
Tracks from the first week of Arts XIII sound exploration! Guest artist: DJ Mod with Inferno. Themes: Deep listening, Active listening.
The 606 Block Party (under the 606 on Humboldt Boulevarde) : Illustrations, animations and visuals by Selena Trepp. Accompanying sound and music by local community members. Facilitated by Inferno's Benjamin Lamar Gay.
Beatboxing, sampling and layering with the young creatives at Use Your Words 2016 in Piotrowksi Park. Part of the "Back to Basics" workshop with StefSkills, featuring graffiti lettering and the building blocks of hip-hop.
Some of the photo and video work done in the Spring 2016 Arts XIII workshops (Tuley Park, Piotrowski Park and Berger Park). The idea is to use the photos, videos, gifs, etc are posted on social media all the time as a vehicle to carry messages that actually matter to young people. Using creativity, thoughtful discussion and collaboration, we converse with our communities online.
"Walk with Light" on the 606 - collaborative moving light drawings on illuminated balloons with FieldWork. All drawings done by local youth and community. Photos courtesy of FieldWork..
An exploration of prehistoric music with Guest Artist Liz McCarthy, a bunch of handmade ocarinas, a couple of logs, some beat-making gear, and a TON of fun!