Stirchley Baths invites you to take part in an exciting new sound art project. A Stirchley based art organisation called The Centre Of Curious Sonic Investigation, led by artist Justin Wiggan, is working with Stirchley Baths to create a new artwork using sound, based around the themes of hope, transition and future and using the history and restoration of the baths as a starting point.
4th 11th 18th 25th February – drop in between 10am – 2pm
Come along and help us create a new sound artwork for Stirchley, no experience needed! All welcome. Your contributions will result in a unique performance event at the baths.
Saturday 21 May 7.30pm
£5, booking required via Eventbrite
Experience a unique interactive performance of Advance with Feathers, a new artwork created for Stirchley. The live performance will take place at the newly restored Stirchley Baths, an Edwardian baths restored as a 21st century place for community activity.
6 June – 18 July
Discover the process of the project at an exhibition which documents the exploration of sound with the Stirchley community, St Andrews Healthcare and Cotteridge School.
Like the sound of this project and would like to get involved as a volunteer? Get in touch with Heritage Development Manager Kate Andrews – Kate.Andrews@stirchleybaths.org
Project supported by Arts Council England and Heritage Lottery Fund