Sound walks in the forest: join us for an evening workshop at Dunnet Forest
Forests have been important places for many of us during the pandemic; a place for solace, a place for shelter, a place for meeting and a place for noting seasonal change.
This workshop is an opportunity to document and reflect on our use of outdoor spaces over the last three years. How we access these spaces, what we do when we are there and why we go there. We will use sound recording devices to document ourselves and the sounds of the forest. We can provide sound recording devices or if it’s easier you can bring you own – this could be your mobile phone or any other type of audio recorder you would like to bring.
This workshop is suitable for most ages but please note we will be moving around the forest. The forest has well-maintained paths although we will be working outside, and the ground may be muddy so please wear appropriate clothing and footwear. All under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
More information on where to meet etc. will be sent out closer to the event date.
This event is part of the Remembering Together project, more info and links to support can be found here.
We have three installations of public online engagement for our Highland Memory Space project. We will be offering spaces to explore Grief, Joy and Futures.