Who Ate all the Pies?
Radhika Aggarwal/ Echo Chamber Audio
A GPS triggered audio quest for families on The Isle of Dogs inspired by open world video games. Families will find clues, get letters & solve this playful whodunnit, encountering some very interesting suspects before tucking into pie & mash.
Look at these Big F**king Trees!! (How To Draw A Tree)
Jordie Lescard (University of Guelph Undergrad student living with mental illness)
With humour, candour and a gentle heart, Jordie tells the story of his youth and his not-so-typical journey to higher education; he being the first in his family to attend university.
Is There a Place for REVOlution? or Peace and Biscuits
A sound walk and related art installation in the Ferry Road tunnel of the Edinburgh cycle path network. The pedestrian can use a QR code to listen on a mobile phone. Inspired by graffiti - found text and images from the local area.
North Tyneside Sound Walk 2022
The North Tyneside Sound Walk is an alternative audio guide to North Tyneside created by 30 Year 7 pupils from Marden High School. The three chapters take you from North Shields, along the the River Tyne, and around the North Tyneside coast line.
Head, Hand and Heart
Intended to be used with the Echoes App the walk begins at Maria’s birthplace (1 Vestal St.) and moves through town, to the Wompanaug Stomp Grounds, ocean, and culminates at the Maria Mitchell Gallery at 33 Washington St. Nantucket, USA. It may also be experienced using SoundCloud by clicking the website link.