Free drop-in workshop: Landlines & Watermarks
Monday 28 Aug Mytholmroyd Community Centre, Jubilee Room 6-8pm
Hosted by Steve Summers (Noisy Toys) and Kerith Ogden.
Open to anyone, but children under 12 must be accompanied.
– Make models & draw pictures of Mytholmroyd landmarks & history
– Experiment with sound, circuits and contact microphones
– Record your own memories, stories & anecdotes of anything related to the local area
Artwork made during this workshop will be featured on the Gurgle Splosher at the People’s Fair, the Piece Hall, Halifax 30 Sept- 1 Oct and the Myhtolmroyd Arts Festival 14 -15 October. Find out about the Gurgle Splosher here.
Mytholmroyd aural histories wanted- do you have a story or a memory of anything about the local area that you would like to have recorded? We are collecting voice recordings from Mytholmroyd residents to edit and mix in to the watery sounds of the Gurgle Splosher.
Maximum capacity 30 people.