So, you may have noticed some changes in our mission statement and noticed how we are dojng more than just chiptune compilations now. I suppose I should explain where C4A is headed. As of now, we are working on becoming our own 501(3)(c)! We are proud of almost all the charities we have benefitted and … Continue reading C4A – Past, Present, Future and Beyond
Save the date! C4A will be back at ArlingCon 2020 this year! Our sensory tables plus a new interactive segment will be featured and we will also be hosting a panel on neurodiversity in nerd culture! We will likely have a live performance as well - we will put an official event on our EventBrite … Continue reading [CHIPTUNE/SENSORY] C4A @ ArlingCon 2020! More Info to Come!
Hey folks! News flash! Asperkraken here with an update! We may return to ArlingCon this year - currently planning a panel on neurodiversity in nerd and video game culture and a workshop table for interactive music - also HOPING to have a live showcase here as conventions give us way more interaction. While none … Continue reading News Beat! February 1, 2019! ArlingCon Update! Volunteers Wanted!!
https://www.twitch.tv/chiptunes4autism Dunno if you folks noticed, but a nice shiny new Twitch button is now up top! We have streamed our live shows before but this time we will be streaming our show at Bearded Monk in Denton, TX! The show is July 28th, 4pm US Central Time! We hope you will be there and … Continue reading Bookmark Our Twitch Now! Live Stream on July 28th!
Hey folks! We had our first workshop and interactive booth at ArlingCon this year and we were a big hit! We would like to sincerely thank the University of Texas at Arlington for having us and a special thanks to Ashton Rogers of North Texas Paranormal for the connection. Enjoy, and if you happen to … Continue reading Pics and Videos from Our Workshop at ArlingCon!
Hello folks! If you haven't checked out the Workshops tab, we have two events upcoming! You can also check our Official Facebook for more details! These are all ages shows and both are FREE admission (but the DMA is limited quantity of people so be aware and reserve your tickets quickly!)