The Ashirase system allows low-sighted people to navigate through cities using their feet, rather than cell phones or visual aids..
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Interview with Mitch Secrett about his VoiceMap audio tour in Melbourne – YouTube
19 Jan, 2022
Announcing the winners of the Sound Walk September Awards 2021
17 Jan, 2022
Not only have we made it into 2022, we are also very pleased to announce the winners and honourable mentions of the Sound Walk September Awards 2021.
Low Line to Shoreline – every place tells a story a creative writing and sound walk workshop (on-line)
Team London Bridge
Join in a 75-90 minute on-line workshop, in which you try your hand at creative writing, recording your voice and mixing ambient sounds. This workshop is open to anyone, even if you were unable to join the preceding on-the-ground event.
Festival Soundings of Edinburgh
Louise Todd, Napier University
Festival Soundings of Edinburgh is a FREE online group walk to explore the venues, places and spaces of past Edinburgh festivals revealed through audio recordings of the memories of city residents and visitors.
Low Line to Shoreline – every place tells a story a creative writing and sound walk walkshop (on-the-ground)
Team London Bridge
Hay's Galleria, Battle Bridge Lane, London, UK
Join us on a 75 minute circular walking route from Hay’s Galleria via the Low Line to the riverside beneath London's Tower Bridge. We will share nuggets of history and give you prompts to compose poems and story fragments, inspired by what we will encounter.
Sound Walk City · prelude
10 Sep - 10 Oct, 2021
Cona and walk · listen · create present Sound Walk City · prelude, a festival of sound walks, performances and sound works, coinciding with Sound Walk September 2021.
Gender and the city – what is a feminist city anyway?
An interest sparked by her academic research, Sarah Parry hopes to engage you in conversation about what a feminist city may be, what this means for those using it, and how may one be created?
Writing Words of Wonder – Shoreline Stories
A workshop is to help you become a better nature writer. Over the course of 90-120 minutes we’ll use two complementary forms - haiku and flash fiction - and draw inspiration from the shoreline (sea, lake, pond, river or stream) and other parts of the natural world.
Vehicles Are Still Firmly in Control of City Streets
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How to walk silently through the woods
30 Jul, 2021