October 11, 2018
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Local artist Norman Long leads an experimental soundwalk of the Woodlawn neighborhood.
Long, born and raised Chicago’s South Side, will create a captivating experience that ties together sound and place. Long’s walks develop over time as well as space and engage audiences by reorienting their sense of site through active listening. The walk begins at 5:30 pm at Experimental Station. Following the walk, Long will lead a discussion about his work and connections to living in a neighborhood, as well as how the walks tie in with journalistic practices.
This event is presented as part of The Fest curated by Third Coast International Audio Festival. The evening’s workshop was developed by City Bureau’s Public Newsroom for Experimental Station’s program series, “Environmental Concerns,” and in connection with the Smart Museum’s exhibition The Time is Now! Art Worlds of Chicago’s South Side, 1960–1980.
A reception with refreshments from Build Coffee will follow the presentation.
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