6.00pm - 7.45pm Monday 7th November, 2016 - The Mitre, Greenwich High Road, London SE10 8NA
Join us for relaxed informal discussions about field recording, audio walks, soundscape composition, immersive performances, geo-located media and digital live art performances, in which we share ideas, compositions and walks and explore how sound (and video) can contribute to an enhanced experience out and about on foot.
Taking place in Greenwich, south east London, on the First Monday of every month; whether you are novice or an expert, producer, performer or interested participant, do come and join in.
An agenda maybe created on an evening, otherwise it is an informal discussion. There is no charge - all we ask is that you let us know if you are coming by registering here and telling us about your areas of interest and any works you may have recorded or composed. When an opportunity occurs we may go outside to field test or make recordings.
On the registration form we will ask you to provide 2 sentences that we will include in the list of participants to be shared before the event - one sentence for you to intoduce yourself and one sentence for why you want to come - this will help speed up introductions. We will also ask if you are happy for your e mail address to be included along with your 2 sentences, to ease networking amongst participants. If you would like to have a time slot to start a discussion topic or make a presentation, please indicate this on the form - the more people who want to present, the less time each will be allocated. Do please add any other information you feel may be pertinent, including works you may have composed, or themes you would like to have discussed.
The venue doesn't have technical provision for listening to recorded pieces - we are in search of other more suitable venues within the vicinity.
Please check our Museum of Walking website for further details of prevoious salons, who has come along, what has been discussed etc.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No - save the paper and your printer ink