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Soundcamp London 2018

Join us for soundcamp over the International Dawn Chorus weekend of 5th to 6th May 2018.

Stave Hill Ecological Park becomes an audio observatory where you can:

Camp out overnight in the Stave Hill meadow
Join a dawn chorus walk with expert birders on Sunday morning
Take part in a varied program of arts and ecology activities:

Ecological survival games with Animal Diplomacy Bureau
Live 24 hour broadcast of daybreak around the earth
New sounds from Amazonia by Izabela Dluzyk
“oh don’t you hear that turtle dove / way off in yonder lone pine” by Noah Angell
Analogue photography: pinholes and cyanotypes with Ky Lewis
Dawn chorus walk with David Darrell-Lambert, John Cadera, Richard Page-Jones
Pit fired clay with Shane Waltener
Field mixing with Hannah Kemp-Welch
Foraging with Peckham Pickler
Bat walk with Iain Boulton (London Bat Group)
DIY broadcasting with soundCamp

Storytelling for Earthly Survival with Donna Haraway by Fabrizio Terranova

Food from Leon Lewis. Beer from Clarkshaws. Cake from The Dancing Baker. Coffee from the Lazy Coffee Van.


Visiting is free, but please consider making a donation.
Camping is free for children. Adults, please book a camping ticket each.
You can sign up for workshops when you arrive.

We can help if access is an issue for your group. Don’t hesitate to contact us:

Thank you.

We look forward to seeing everybody there.


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