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Sounds from the Chase and Chalke
75 minute on-line workshop in which you get to learn about planning, writing, recording, editing and locating a sound walk of your very own.
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Writer and academic Kerri Andrews has recently written “Wanderers: A History of Women Walking” that challenges the male-dominated history of walking.
Walking slowly while recording the unseen
Get behind the microphone to discover how one makes compelling audio recordings that engage both armchair listeners and those of us out and about on foot. We are delighted to have brought together four creatives who have travelled to remote places, revealed hidden histories, and captured the soundscapes and voices of past and present, to enable us to sit back in comfort or stride forward to listen to what is unseen.