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Bat Observation Lawns, Congress Ave Bridge - BAT/MAN

Sunday, April 10th, 2016


Positions0 Remaining
Close DateAny time before the event ends or when space runs out.

Steve Parker's BAT/MAN is an experimental musical work for an ensemble of bats and humans. Performed near the Mexican Free-Tailed Bat colony at Congress Bridge, the project will pitch-shift bat calls in real time so they are discernible to the human ear, while the roving audience can accompany the calls with echo-location devices, accompanied by conch shell ensemble, a megaphone choir, and a funnel horn band.

Echo-location devices will be handmade by participants in a series of community workshops leading up to the event. The workshops will provide an opportunity for students from Austin Soundwaves and East Austin College prep to learn about the Mexican Free-Tailed Bat, explore live audio manipulation, and the musical potential of circuit manipulation.

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Location: South Congress Avenue Bridge, Austin, TX 78704

Shifts (2)

Name & TimeDescriptionPositions
Start: Sun, Apr 10, 5:00PM
End: Sun, Apr 10, 8:00PM
Assisting Stage Management for the event. Helping organize participants before and during the event. Duties may include sign posting, roping off areas, running, and trouble shooting
Please wear your Fusebox T-Shirt, and report to Event Manager Heather Thomas, (713) 299-6915
Start: Sun, Apr 10, 5:30PM
End: Sun, Apr 10, 8:30PM
Helping with set up. Greeting people, and general front of house duties.
Please wear your Fusebox T-Shirt.