Join Soundcamp over the International Dawn Chorus weekend of 5 & 6 May 2018.
Stave Hill Ecological Park becomes an audio observatory where you can:
Camp out overnight in the Stave Hill meadow, join a dawn chorus walk with expert birders on Sunday morning and take part in a varied program of arts and ecology activities:
- Ecological survival games with Animal Diplomacy Bureau
- Live 24 hour broadcast of daybreak around the earth
- New sounds from Amazonia by Izabela Dluzyk
- Site Specific interventions and installations by Alexandra Spence and Brigitte Hart, Tom Fox with students from University of Brighton’s Digital Music and Sound Arts course.
- After dark performance by Noah Angell
- Analogue photography: pinholes and cyanotypes with Ky Lewis
- Dawn chorus walk with David Darrell-Lambert, John Cadera, Richard Page-Jones
- Pit fired clay with Shane Waltener
- Field mixing with Hannah Kemp-Welch
- Foraging with Peckham Pickler
- Bat walk with Iain Boulton (London Bat Group)
- DIY broadcasting with soundCamp
- Storytelling for Earthly Survival with Donna Haraway by Fabrizio Terranova
A full programme will be available on Soundtent.org.
Tickets & Access
Visiting is free, but please consider making a donation.
Camping is free for children. Adults need to book a camping ticket each.
Sign up for workshops on site.
If access is an issue for your group, don’t hesitate to contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information, visit the Soundtent website.
Image Credit: Ky Lewis