Slow walk listening and the sonic art of breath

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Event details

2021-09-17 13:00
13:00 UTC
FREE

Slow walk listening and the sonic art of breath /
deep listening® text scores of Pauline Oliveros
with Anne Bourne

Take the ferry to Hanlan’s Point from Jack Layton Ferry Terminal.
Make your way to Gibraltar Point Lighthouse
After extreme slow walk together towards the south shore, self guided listening, and the collective exploration of Text scores engaging the lake shoreline.

Listening in the more than human soundfield, with attention to the environment, all sensory listening, may bring a sense of well being.

All safety protocols: care and respect, will be in place for listening and sounding together in a smaller group.

Date Time and Location:
Artscape Gibraltar Point Shoreline
across from Gibraltar Point Lighthouse, latitude -43.61355, longitude -79.38002

SEPT 17 Friday 9:00AM boat to Hanlan’s Point dock
Alternatively, there’s also an event on September 14, but this is already fully booked.

Take the boat from Jack Layton Ferry Terminal cross the water to Hanlan’s Point.
Meet and cycle or walk together to Artscape Gibraltar Point. ( There is one more seat in the van)

Online Ferry ticket purchase: (It should be possible to buy tickets at the gate, masks required on the boat)
https://secure.toronto.ca/FerryTicketOnline/tickets2/index.jsp

Water Taxi:
https://otterguy.ca/

Contact to register: annebourne.field at gmail.com
Direct message for scheduling private distance listening walks for 2-3 people.

Anne Bourne

Anne Bourne

Canada

Anne Bourne is a composer, artist, writer and facilitator. Anne practices listening, walking and collective creative expression as an opportunity for individual sensory self care and peace work. Listening in the more than human sound field, to create new w...

Near Artscape Gibraltar Point, via Hanlans Point, Toronto, ON, Canada

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