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Joshua is back!

Musician Joshua Morris returns to IC for his 6th year

By caitlin on March 19, 2014

Joshua Morris is an Indy Convergence regular and we couldn’t be more pleased he’ll be back this year (for his 6th Indy Convergence!).  He currently lives in New York City, but is a Butler University alum! He has a great Side Project and will be josh and instrumentteaching a workshop on Music Technology. Be sure to bring your computer to his workshop so you can create while you learn about some incredible editing programs. Barter items for Joshua’s workshop will be used in his Side Project that you can see May 17 . You can support Joshua and the other Indy Convergence artists now by donating to our Indiegogo Campaign.

What will you be working on this year?

I’ll be working on a structured improvisation where the whole ensemble will be learning a musical sign language. The idea is to create a more dynamic interaction in improvisation by making a feedback mechanism that is itself part of the process.

What interested you about Indy Convergence?

Indy Convergence is a great workshop for artists to try out new ideas, explore possibilities and craft new work as a way to develop material.

What do you gain from attending Indy Convergence?
I learn from the wide range of skills and disciplines that each artistjosh at ic 2013 will bring to the convergence. In the past I’ve learned amazing things like how to build puppets, fire eating, acting skills, movement and much more. Each thing I learn makes me a better artist as I became more aware and conscious of all the other things going on in the arts.

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