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October 2017

Creative Community Day Sound Workshop

October 2017

Creative Community Day Sound Workshop

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Join us for a drop-in workshop led by artist Rebecca Lee and discover more about Radar’s upcoming programme Recomposition.

We will experiment using different ways to make sonic compositions that either use or relate to space. Using graphic scores, sound recording, looping, singing and live effects... Over the course of the afternoon, a new piece will emerge.

Rebecca is a musician, composer and artist based at Primary, Nottingham. Her work spans performance, composition and longer-term research-led projects and she regularly explores personal and social relationships with sound and music.

This event is part of Creative Community Day, a creative initiative to inspire people of all ages to get creative through a series of events and workshops. More details can be found here. The day's programme can be viewed here.

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November 2017

Artist Talk - Sam Belinfante

November 2017

Artist Talk - Sam Belinfante

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Commissioned as part of this year's (Re)composition programme, Sam Belinfante will give a talk about this work in-development and other recent work.

This session is aimed at Loughbourough University students but open to all.  

Along with filmmaking and photographic work, his practice incorporates curating, sound and performance. Recent exhibitions include This is a Voice at MAAS Sydney and Wellcome Collection, London (2016-17); The Curves of the Needle at BALTIC 39, Newcastle and The London Open at Whitechapel Gallery, both 2015 and the solo show Many Chambers, Many Mouths, Southard Reid, London (2013). He curated and participated in The Voice and The Lens, IKON Gallery, Birmingham, which toured to Whitechapel Gallery as part of Spitalfields Festival in June 2014. Recent performances include Feedback at Palais De Tokyo, Paris (2017) and On the One Hand and the Other at Camden Arts Centre and Supernormal Festival, UK (2016). 
Recently Sam won the Hayward Touring Curatorial Open. His exhibition Listening opened at BALTIC 39 in September 2014 and toured to the Bluecoat, Liverpool; Site Gallery, Sheffield and the Sheffield Institute of Arts Gallery; and First Site and Art Exchange, Colchester.    

http://www.sambelinfante.com/information/

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November 2017

Sounds from a Small Town

November 2017

Sounds from a Small Town

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Join us for a free multimedia event where artists, musicians and academics explore how music makes place and place makes music. Organised by Radar, Loughborough University’s contemporary art programme, this is the first discussion in (Re)composition, a new series of commissions exploring the relationships between music and place.

Image: Can Altay's Loughborough Records Presents Presence. Photo by Julian Hughes.

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