Sound Mosaics

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2020-11-19 18:00
18:00 UTC
Suggested donation £5

Sound Mosaics is an online Sound Forage workshop, using everyday objects to accompany sound clips from the archive at Unlocking Our Sound Heritage’s South East Hub (The Keep, Brighton, UK)

In this series of 3 online workshops, we will draw from a community music toolbox to collectively explore and play with clips from the sound archive. Each workshop will involve different themes, clips and activities and therefore can be taken as a series or as a one-off:

• Sound Mosaics #1, Thurs 29th October 6-7pm (on Zoom)
• Sound Mosaics #2, Thurs 19th November 6-7pm (on Zoom)
• Sound Mosaics #3, Thurs 10th December 6-7pm (on Zoom)

Tickets are on a pay what you want basis (with a suggested donation of £5.00 for those with unaffected incomes). Bookings:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sound-mosaics-tickets-122998452683

Please spread the word and feel free to pass along this invitation to anyone you think would enjoy participating in this event. Many Thanks

“Your workshop was so nourishing and it really connected to my love of playing and being playful. Thanks for the reminder of how much I love playing.”

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