Open call for sound walk art residency in Catalonia
10 May, 2022
Contemporary Art Center Nau Côclea is opening a call for an art residency in Camallera (Catalonia), in the frame of Sound Walk September 2022, in collaboration with walk · listen · create. We invite artists, writers and researchers to apply for a residency of 2 weeks, from September 26th to October 9th 2022.
Submit your work for SWS22
3 May, 2022
Time's moving fast. Submit your work for Sound Walk September 2022, now.
We’re on LinkedIn. Join us.
2 May, 2022
We are now on LinkedIn. Join us.
Walking Home shortlist published in an illustrated chapbook
11 Mar, 2022
Announcing the publication of WALKING (2022) (see feature image) ISBN 978-1-912960-95-8, the illustrated anthology of poetry and prose that includes the shortlisted pieces in the "Walking Home" writing competition. €4.99+p&p
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.
Documenting the history, hopes, and community ties that wove together Black Portland
27 Dec, 2021
Darrell Grant's Come Sunday is a walk through Portland's inner-northeast neighborhoods, which were once home to over 200 Black churches. It was commissioned by Third Angle New Music, which has a focus on creating a "soundtrack for our time".
The sonic barricades of Minsk
23 Dec, 2021
Pavel Niakhayeu created Political Soundwalks as an audio-essay to document what Minsk sounded like during the political protests of 2020-2021. His field recordings provide a starting point for a discussion on the multifaceted role of sound in claiming the urban and political space.
Off the wall
20 Dec, 2021
Green Croft Arts created a soundwalk set along Hadrian's Wall. Director Amanda Drago discusses the piece's background.
Uncovering the history of a high street
16 Dec, 2021
Jez Riley French’s sound walk Breet Velvit Ake (‘Bright Velvet Wander’ in the Yorkshire dialect) evokes Whitefriargate’s history using a range of hidden, overlooked or usually inaudible sounds from the street.
But what do our more-than-human cohabitants have to say for themselves?
13 Dec, 2021
Lore of the Wild invites you to hear stories, songs and sounds from non-human inhabitants of Lesnes, an area of ancient woodland in southeast London.
Where are we when we walk?
9 Dec, 2021
Where are we when we walk? Are we here, in this place that our feet move through, or are we somewhere else, lost in thoughts and memories of other times and places?
Nature is the hacker par excellence
6 Dec, 2021
SWS Award alumni David Merleau invites you to collaborate on his next project.
Class, childhood, and place, in Bristol
2 Dec, 2021
Inspired by Proust’s idea that true recollection can only occur after a period of forgetting, Cliff Andrade returns to his former Bristol home after 20 years, and walks from there to his current home.
29 Nov, 2021
With a direction out there – readwalking with thoreau, Emmanuelle Waeckerle a French, London-based, artist, has created a multimedia interpretation of Henry David Thoreau's text Walking.
Eccentric outsider, colonialist, environmentalist avant la lettre
25 Nov, 2021
In Flora and the Baron, the team at Bowerbird Theatre tell the tale of Baron Ferdinand von Mueller, eccentric outsider, global scientific powerhouse and the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria’s first director. That's in Melbourne. Or, rather, the baron tells the tale himself.
Celebrating monuments, big and small
22 Nov, 2021
With their work Monuments, the team at ThickSkin are foregrounding voices from the communities of Ancoats, Clayton, Beswick & Openshaw, all in Manchester, guiding you over cobbles, old and new, asking you not to overlook the buildings and the communities that make the area unique.
Immersive location-based tours with Locatify
18 Nov, 2021
Locatify, a platform helping you to create location-based auditive stories, joins us as a supporter. Learn more about their work.
Lydia Kennaway and Claudia Zeiske, winners and writers-in-residence
17 Nov, 2021
We have started an initiative to strengthen the support that we provide to walkers-who-write and writers-who-walk.
Only when you don’t see them
15 Nov, 2021
Tamsin Grainger tells us that every 2 minutes, 2 pairs of breeding birds disappear from the UK. Her installation piece No Birds Land highlights this, and more.
Call for Submissions: Exploring Cities Through Audio AR
11 Nov, 2021
Gesso, a platform for audio guides to explore the world, is a finalist in the Creative Cities Challenge. They are inviting you to publish hyperlocal stories on their platform.