18 Sep 2020 | POINTS D'OUÏE, PAYSAGES SONORES PARTAGÉS

Partition de PAS – Parcours Audio Sensible n° 11

Partition de PAS – Parcours Audio Sensible n° 11 « Rejouer/détourner le parcours » Translate this page Lieu :  Partout où il existe déjà un, des parcours sonores géolocalisés (applis) Temporalité :  A votre choix
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16 Sep 2020 | rdb notes

Haverigg

There is a little visited area of England called "the Lake District"; just beyond it is the north-western coastline that is even less well known, featuring setlements with names such as Workington, Sellafield, Barrow, Millom and Haverigg. Haverigg is ...

13 Sep 2020 | Walking Off the Big Apple

MoMA in Masks

Walking into the gallery devoted to Claude Monet’s Water Lilies (c 1920) at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) on Saturday afternoon, I saw a woman seated on a bench. She was looking at the artist’s dreamy depiction of his garden at Giverny, and I thought...

12 Sep 2020 | Curated News

Sounds of the Forest: A Free Audio Archive Gathers the Sounds of Forests from All Over the World | Open Culture

Some of my fondest memories are of hiking the Olympic National Forest in Washington State and the forests of the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia, seeking the kind of silence one can only find in busy ecosystems full of birds, insects, woodland creatures, rustling leaves, etc. Source: Sounds of the Forest: A Free Audio Archive Gathers the Sounds of Forests from All Over the World | Open Culture

11 Sep 2020

30 days of walking: citizen sourced Slow Radio

Handing the controls over to the listener might not be the best advice in every case for broadcasting radio but when one is trying to create a month long sound walk it seemed the obvious thing to do.

09 Sep 2020 | Walkspace

Drawing Attention Re-run!

Following the success of our first Drawing Attention workshop in August we're delighted to be teaming up with Hipkiss & Graney once more for another go. Save the date: 19 September, 1pm Using our digitised map of Stirchley curios we'll be questing through the streets and stopping to draw objects, buildings, flora, fauna and landscapes. Such exciting […]