Beginning in January 2017, we will begin offering courses through our new Education Department – and our first course is entitled Listening to Museums! This course features visits to three different museums in London – the British Museum, Tate Modern, and the Science Museum – each with its own unique sonic atmospheres. You’ll learn different soundwalking techniques, how to become a ‘performative listener’, and how to actively explore museums beyond just looking at them. This three-month, three session course is a bargain at £15 – but if you enrol early, you can take the entire course for just £10!
Listening to Museums – Sign up for our new course today!
Posted byDr John KannenbergPosted inHome
Published by Dr John Kannenberg
John Kannenberg is an artistic researcher whose work investigates sounds as museological objects. Via an acoustemological approach, he considers the histories and cultures surrounding sounds, the technologies that generate or record them, and the auditors who hear or listen to them. He holds a PhD in sound & museums from the University of the Arts London, as well as a Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art degree and Graduate Certification in Museum Studies from the University of Michigan. He is Director and Chief Curator of The Museum of Portable Sound. Learn more about his work at johnkannenberg.com. View more posts