Saturday 4 August – Saturday 8 September
Open 10.00am-5.00pm Monday-Friday and 10.00am-4.00pm Saturday
(not including Bank Holidays and Public Holidays - please check before travelling on these days)
Tynedale Sounds Society will be a creative, participatory, public programme and exhibition designed as a sonic celebration and experiential interpretation of Tynedale's contemporary aural environment and sound heritage.
[Due to the weather forecast, Sunday's sound walk with Tim Shaw has been postponed. We will share a new date soon. #LiteralRainCheck]
See the exhibition here on Flickr
The programme and exhibition will be a mix of public and community engagement activity that involves collecting, listening, skill sharing, distribution and promotion of creative sonic practices and experiences of the Tynedale area of South West Northumberland.
Tynedale Sounds Society will be an expansion of the Tyneside Sounds Society, an emerging network and a public programme dedicated to the recording and interpretation of the sonic environment and sound heritage of Tyneside. Formed in late 2016 the Tyneside Sounds Society was founded by museum professionals, sound artists, producers and amateur sound recordists, the society is a live research community, collecting; remixing, broadcasting and performing historical and contemporary North East of England as sound.
Tynedale Sounds Society will be led by producer, record label owner (Signals), broadcaster and DJ Michael McHugh.