Wednesday, 5 May 2010

sound of the city tomorrow at 11am

Thurs 6th May, 11am @ Belfast Waterfront (Bar)
First, on Thursday morning, we have the official launch of Resounding Rivers at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast. After an introduction by Matt Green, we host a panel discussion on SOUND AND THE CITY with Dr Gascia Ouzounian, an expert in sound installation art at the Sonic Arts Research Centre, Paul Clarke, lecturer in Architecture at University of Ulster, and Adam Turkington, Arts and Community Co-ordinator at the Waterfront Hall.

Thurs 6th May, 11am @ Belfast Waterfront (Bar)

The discussion will consider our acoustic environment and what this tells us about the city; sound installation; and music and art performance in public.
Admission is free, tickets available by contacting PLACE on 028 9023 2524 or emailing Also a few tickets available on the door on Thursday morning!


Thurs 6th May, 6-9pm @ PLACE and participating venues
The six audio pieces will be unveiled on Thursday evening from 6-9pm. A special video installation will also be shown in PLACE throughout the project, from 6th May - 5th June.
Find out more: click here.


Sat 8th, 15th & 22nd May, starting @ PLACE
Archaeologists Dr Philip Macdonald and James O'Neill will be leading a series of unique tours exploring the “Hidden History” of Belfast on three Saturdays in May – 8th, 15th and 22nd at 12.30pm!

Find out how the past beneath our feet has developed into the city around us today!
Adults: £5
Students and concessions: £3

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