All images © Sounds New / Peter Cook
Preparations have been underway today at the Beaney Front Room, in the heart of Canterbury, for the opening of our Curious Curator exhibition.
The exhibition features a number of creative responses to the theme of the Universe of Sound, the Philharmonia’s digital installation at Augustine House, which explores Holst’s The Planets suite. Embracing two- and three-dimensional art, sound and poetry, the exhibition is free and runs until Sunday 12 May.
And for those who can’t wait, here’s a teaser snapshot of what’s in store.
Sounds New encourages all manner of creative responses to contemporary music, and the Curious Curator, an exhibition of artwork, poetry and sound installations inspired by our theme of the Universe of Sound, will be at the Front Room at The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge, in the heart of Canterbury.
The exhibition will include work from artists, musicians and poets from local schools and the community, the university and poetry groups, and runs from May 4 -12, including work from students from Langton School and the University of Kent: admission is free.
Bring your curiosity…