Acoustic Ecology

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Stave Hill Ecological Park - TCV, Timber Pond Road, London SE16 6AX, United Kingdom

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6 - 7 May, 2023

Join us for a free sound and ecology festival at Stave Hill Ecological Park, Rotherhithe, over the Dawn Chorus Day weekend.

Listen | Visit | Hangout | Camp

Join us as Reveil turns 10, broadcasting through the day and night. Listen in PITCH, by public works and Michael Speers, designed and built with young people in Rotherhithe, Barrow-in Furness and Aix-en-Provence.

Food by XING (pay what you can). 


— Build a radio receiver workshop by Shortwave Collective (Hannah Kemp-Welch, Georgia Muenster, Brigitte Hart, Maria Papadomanolaki).

— Solargraph workshop by Ky Lewis, capturing timeframes from the planetary to the very small.

— Field recording workshop with Volkan Kiziltug and Mort Drew.

— Bat walk with Iain Boulton (London Bat Group).

— Dawn Chorus and morning bird walks with local naturalist, John Cadera.

— Object Voices / 555 Bugs: Maria Komarova will lead a workshop and performance with electro acoustic insects and other creatures (for children and carers).

— ATOM (Alisa Oleva, Timothy Maxymenko) with Andrey Kiritchenko (Ukraine): participatory performance, details to be announced.

— Streambox workshop: Learn to build affordable DIY field transmitters for ecological radio with the Soundcamp Cooperative.

— Acoustic Commons Study Group (Ella Finer with Bianca Stoppani, Luisa Ulyett, James Wilkes, John Bingham-Hall, Lis Huang, Lawrence Bradby, Sheila Chukwulozie, Martin Kohout, Flora Pitrolo). Mixed live at Stave Hill by Ella Finer and Mort Drew.

— ARGH: The Action Reading Group Hangout invite you to join them in the mobile library, for readings and conversations…


Please book spaces on the workshops, as numbers are limited, and indicate which meals you will be joining us for so we can estimate numbers. If possible, provide a donation to cover your workshop(s) and meal(s), suggested donations can be found in the description of each ticket type. 

A limited number of places is available to camp overnight in the Stave Hill meadow. Suggested ticket price: £20 per small tent or £40 per large tent.

Andrew Stuck

Founder Online Jury 2022 Online Jury 2023

Andrew is the founder of the Museum of Walking, created to bring people together and to make and showcase walking pieces and performances. Andrew also is a podcaster, interviewing creative people who use walking as a catalyst for their practice. Talking Wa...

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