Artist Call – Sonic Art Project

Preston FM are searching for an artist to work alongside our volunteers as part of an exciting new audio art project linked to the 2012 Preston Guild.

The “Scroll Up” project will collect “sound postcards”, contributed by a range of groups and individuals, including existing Preston FM volunteers as well as by members of the public and partner community radio stations worldwide. Sounds will be collected on a website, created for the project and linked with the Guild Scrolls 2012 website.

We’re looking for an audio / sonic artist, with experience of leading work with volunteers and community members, to help us create audio art works using the raw sounds collected by the project.

For more information, and details of how to apply, please download the Scroll Up artist brief from the Preston FM website:

http://www.yourprescap.org.uk/artist-call-scroll-up/

Responses should be sent to Richard Lace (richard@yourprestonfm.org.uk) by 5pm on Monday 12th March.

Richard Lace

Community Radio Project Manager

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