IKLECTIK Talks #3 – ‘Giving Voice To The Unheard’
with Connor Hurley, Terry Tyldesley & Robin Lockhart, moderated by Sean Hurley.
Tuesday 30 August 2022 | 6:30pm [doors] – 9pm
Tickets: £6 General Admission https://buytickets.at/iklectik/734045
We are pleased to announce the third of our series of IKLECTIK TALKS focusing on music, art and new technology.
For the third edition of our ‘IKLECTIK Talks’ series, we’ll explore technology in relation to the arts and community building, and look at how advancements have assisted those who traditionally have had difficulty in communicating or telling their stories.
For many, social and economical issues have led to a lack of opportunities, yet over the last few decades technology has advanced whilst costs have decreased, especially for older equipment seen by manufacturers as obsolete. Communities have sprung up helping to create ecosystems based upon mutual help and encouragement.
Join this debate to share your experiences and hear the research and insights of 3 panellists within this field.
Sean Hurley has been involved in music for over 4 decades, whether as a DJ, Producer or Presenter and more recently as a Lyricist. His projects have been many including: Shifty, AudioSpyder, Ungrateful Ambassador, Casualty Brothers and Sonic Weekend to name a few. Sean is Autistic and was diagnosed aged 45. He has spent the last 13 years advocating for autistic people and their families through charitable work and developing the Perspectives 100 programme of training for employees.
Terry, aka Kat Five, is an artist, producer, and music tech consultant. She founded inclusive music and tech site Kitmonsters and is a former Chair of ethical music streaming co-operative Resonate. Her music with Feral Five features on BBC Radio 6, Radio X and in film, and she experiments with new technologies including AI. A JUMP European Music Market Accelerator tutor, and lecturer at The School of Music Business, Terry produced and curated Music Tech Fest in Berlin, and is a member of 2% Rising.
Robin supports people to recognise their own brilliance. When we change the way we see the world, the world we see changes! Robin points People towards a profound insight in to how we generate our own experience of life…we can’t change the past but we can change how we relate to it and feel about it. This in turn influences our futures.
Connor Hurley is a Batchelor of the Arts in Digital Film Production. He is a writer, director of several short films and documentaries and a director of photography. He is also autistic. Connor’s specialisation in film is discovering the limits or lack of limits to interactive films. Added to this he is an amazing Games Master with legendary campaigns under his belt.