2004 – ANCHOR CENTRE RESIDENCY by Margaret Smith and Katherine Waumsley.
August 2004, a two-week residency at the Anchor Resource Centre. Daily one-off workshops and short performances as well as intensive sessions with one group throughout the two weeks. The end of the project was celebrated in a concert of traditional and devised gamelan music by members of Gamelan Naga Mas.
2004 – INTRODUCTION TO JAVANESE GAMELAN. Royal Scottish National Orchestra: introductory session by Luminous Music, for members of the orchestra educational team, exploring the music tradition, gamelan instruments and their uses in education.
2004 – MYTH BEHAVING: MUSIC OF MAGIC RIVER. Music/ Dance/ Story workshops led by Jon Keliehor, Signy Jakobsdottir, Aviva Kartiningsih Cohen, Susan Worsfold. Children enact new mythology of their own devising. Gamelan instruments are brought into play as participants learn exciting music for story and movement activities. Ages 4-8.
2004 – MR DEER. A story, music, dance and craft workshop in the Hidden Gardens. Using traditional Indonesian trickster story. Aviva Kartiningsih Cohen, Signy Jakobsdottir and Margaret Smith.
2004 – INDONESIAN GAMELAN, WAYANG SHADOW PUPPETS AND DANCE project in Haddenham, Cambridgeshire. An introductory workshops in primary and secondary schools led by Jon Keliehor, Signy Jakobsdottir, Matthew Issac Cohen, and guest artist Ekadamayanti.
2004 – MARGARET SMITH PROJECT. Margaret has run weekly sessions for the Glasgow City Council since 2001 with individuals and small groups. The sessions encourage communication, coordination and creativity. The gamelan is used as a medium through which small groups can record and perform their own music.