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Sat, May 6, 2017, 3:00 PM – Sun, May 7, 2017, 12:00 PM BST
Soundcamp is a 24 hour global event, live streaming the sounds of the dawn as the world wakes up, join us for Soundcamp at End of The World Garden for the Cornish leg, an overnight venture of camping, conversation, listenting and workshops.
Soundcamp is coming to Cornwall a live outdoor listening event on International Dawn Chorus Day, linked by Reveil: a 24 hour broadcast that tracks the sounds of daybreak, travelling Westward around the globe from microphone to microphone on sounds transmitted live by audio streamers.
This years Soundcamp will feature a pinhole camera workshop led by the artist Stuart Robinson, we will be sustained through the night by a foraged nettle curry cooked up by Wild Thymes and further off grid entertainment will be provided by a performance lecture from Bram Thomas Arnold. The Reveil broadcast will also be played through the night at End of The World Garden, a unique artist led off-grid project dedicated to putting together a diverse programme of public events and practical workshops in off-grid living, horticulture, ecology, and participatory art commissions. Join us for conversation and contemplation, examination and experimentation, a journey through time and space...
The Reveil broadcast will link the Garden and the campers to the sound of dawn on the outskirts of Melborne, a forest bath in Japan, Penguins waking up on New Zealands east coast, amidst other sonic adventures, all powered by solar and driven by a Raspberry Pi...
There will be camping, food, a fireplace, a tour of the Garden, revelry and wondering...
/// Art /// Sound /// Broadcasting /// Solar power /// Off-Grid /// End of the World /// Sustainable Culture /// Camping
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
End of The World Garden is between Penryn and Constantine on the Gweek road. Precise location will be sent to you after you've purchased your tickets. It is a field amidst fields, but we've also built a small car park. We will be arranging lifts and promoting car sharing for this event. An easy cycle from Penryn or Falmouth, though cycling with a tent is quite hardcore.
Please note that access to the site is as to be expected for a field accessed by a narrow dirt track. The site is not wheelchair nor disabled access friendly at this stage I am afraid.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Just drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
What can I bring into the event?
Feel free to bring additional food, drink and other creature comforts. As we'll be camping you'll need to come prepared with tents, sleeping bags and anything else you usually take camping...
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Don't be silly.