The students are then given a fragment of a film from the Eye collection, without the sound, and proceed to create an appropriate soundtrack. They do this using household and kitchen items like rubber bands, a comb, or a plastic bag, as well as their own voices. They investigate which sounds match well with which images, and what kind of effect the sounds have on what they see. In collaboration with Taartrovers.
The Soundtrack Studio workshop focuses on the role of sound and music in film. By listening to sounds from film fragments, students discover how image and sound can enhance each other. They then create their own soundtrack to accompany a classic film clip.
Watch a video made by students during the Soundtrack Studio workshop.
Number of participants
Maximum 30 students
Number of supervisors
Please bring one supervisor for every 15 students. When booking, we will always discuss the definitive number of supervisors with you. Entrance for supervisors is free.
Artistic orientation: 54, 55 and 56
Primary school groups 5 through 8
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