On 30th June we will be hosting a workshop at the New Interfaces for Musical Expression conference at Goldsmiths University of London. This one day workshop will explore both the accessibility of NIMEs and what NIME technology and research can bring to accessibility of audio interfaces and performance, primarily focusing on practitioners with visual impairments.
This will take the shape of a day-long workshop, structured around demonstrations of technologies, exchanges of skills and ideas, short presentations of research with individual approaches to workflow and accessibility. There will also be hands-on tutorial in which participants build and program an interactive system, giving them experience working with NIME-related technologies that they can extend into their own practices.
More information here.