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Artist-at-Work Demonstrations

The Artist-at-Work program features an artist or group of artists who demonstrate their craft in a high-traffic area of the library. The artist performs two demonstrations in a one-month period, usually on Saturdays. One demonstration takes place at Central Library and one at a community library.


IMAGE: Artist at Work

Music Mixing: A Heffner Studio Feature
with Easton Page

Saturday, February 10 from 2 pm to 4 pm
Central Library

Saturday, February 24 from 1 pm to 3 pm
Central Library

In these hands-on demonstrations, Easton will show you how to use Ableton Live, a music-mixing software program available in Central Library's Heffner Studio. Watch and listen as Easton mixes music and, with his assistance, give it a try yourself!

Easton is a drummer, orchestral percussionist, and mastering engineer. He has played percussion for nearly 12 years, and is currently performing with rock group Pretty to Think, and the Wellington Wind Symphony. His skills have been used to produce and master popular and orchestral genres.

Listen to his work on Pretty to Think's EP, Basements, available on iTunes, SoundCloud, and Spotify.


Interested in demonstrating your artwork at the library?

See the Artist Program page for more information.