Electronic Music for Children and Experimental Adults with DJ Lance Rock & Yo Gabba Gabba!
Los Angeles native Mitchell Brown is a sound artist, an educator for children with developmental disabilities, a music label owner (Melon Expander) and a DJ (Nanny Cantaloupe) on radio stations KXLU and Dublab and in public. 15 years hosting KXLU's The Kids Are Alright program has further encouraged his life-long interest in collecting unique children's records. As a sound artist/musician/producer he utilizes analog and digital electronics... Read More →
Malcolm Mooney is an artist, poet, and musician. He was the original vocalist with the seminal late-1960s/1970s German rock band Can.
Mooney appears on seven Can albums including ‘Monster Movie’ (1969) and ‘Soundtracks’ (1970). He left the band in 1970, returning to the United States to focus on his own artistic development. In 1986, Mooney rejoined Can to record the reunion album ‘Rite Time.’ Since then... Read More →
Do androids dream of analog synths? Combining elements of science fiction, astral jazz, historical fiction, psychedelic hip hop, fantasy, and magic realism with non-Occidental cosmologies in order to critique not only the present-day dilemmas of the other, but also to revise, interrogate, and re-examine the historical events of the past. From the vibrant, frenetic canvases of Jean-Michel Basquiat to the extraterrestrial mythos of... Read More →
21st-century workers require skills that many of today’s graduates don’t have. Enter the STEM Education Plan: a strategy to strengthen Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math curricula across America. While industry remains tightly coupled with the STEM subjects, creative and applied arts are not always recognized for their role in catalyzing innovation. Today there is a movement to transform research policy to place Art + Design... Read More →