In the weeks ahead I hope we don't get bored. I've seen loads of great artists putting their work out for free/donation for people to experience at home and I've inspired to do the same.
Below you'll find two audio experiences. You can experience them however you like and they come with age guidance and links to related online learning resources.
You'll see a donation below each bit of audio. There is no set fee to access this audio and if like me you have had work dry up (for me it's mostly been participatory arts projects) due to the virus then please don't pay. If you do however have a few quid to spare and enjoyed the audio, then your generosity would be much appreciated. £2.50 per audio piece would be my recommendation.
At the bottom of the page is also a contact from if you recommend any other learning resources to link these to.
A one-hour audio piece following humble materials on incredible journeys, divided into bitesize chapters.
Best listened to on headphones.
If you are using for education purposes, this piece may be a way of starting conversations about material cultures. Further reading might be here: teaching resources from the Fairtrade Foundation.
Ages 12+ (one mild swear, mild peril)
A surreal one-hour audio piece following a four-legged creature to the source of an awful noise.
Best listened to on speakers or headphones.
If you are using for education purposes, this piece may be a way of starting conversations about animal habitats. Further reading might be here: Forestry England learning resources.