DJ and production workshops will take place at the Galway Arts Centre on Sunday 18 June from 3pm-7pm.
The workshops are open to all age groups and are aimed at female, female identifying as well as members of the LGBTQ community to help encourage more women and female identifying people to get involved in electronic music in Ireland.
The workshops are being run by Smirnoff in association with Gash Collective. Gash Collective is a group focused on providing a platform for women involved in left-field electronics in Ireland, DJs and producers alike. The collective aims to create a platform where women feel comfortable to create, share and collaborate together in the field of electronic music.
Through safe space initiatives, carefully curated parties and events, as well as production and DJ workshops, GASH intends to shine a light on female identifying producers and DJs in Ireland.
To sign up go to thisgreedypig.com/move theneedle