AUDIOGRAFT 2022
1st – 2nd December 2022
Modern Art Oxford, OX1 1BP
7-10pm

Thrilled to have been invited along this year for the first in-person Audiograft Festival since 2019. I will be performing a composition by Tim Parkinson alongside artists Ryoko Akama, Anna Jane Houghton, Sharon Phelan, Catherine Ross. Due to rescheduling of Rita Evans original piece (which we eagerly await for in the future!), I’ll also now be performing a solo set to start the night at 7pm.

CELESTIAL BODIES: INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY WITH YWMP
08/03/2021 8PM

Through song, movement, and animation we bring you a 30-40 minute performance piece celebrating the infinite possibilities we create with fearless feminine energy.

Showcasing the work of womxn and non-binary people from Oxford, Celestial Bodies will celebrate International Womens’ Day from lockdown, with a vibrant audio-visual experience.

Tickets are donate what you feel from a range of options: https://www.wegottickets.com/event/511535

All proceeds will go to Young Women’s Music Project, our charity supporting young womxn in Oxfordshire. Find out more about our work here: https://www.ywmp.org.uk/

Co-hosted by Oxford Contemporary Music, Fusion Arts, and Oxford International Women’s Festival.

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Update~

http://www.sound-diaries.co.uk/2019/07/beth-shearsby/
http://www.sound-diaries.co.uk/category/open-call/

Thrilled to be one of the artists selected for the Sound Diaries Open Call!

With an event showcasing the projects and publication launch in July, celebrating 10 years of Sound Diaries.

Look forward to beginning and seeing/hearing all of the amazing other artist’s work ! More info to be announced: http://www.sound-diaries.co.uk/2019/04/open-call-artists-announced/

Sound Diaries explores what it means to record life in sound. Exploring the cultural and communal significance of sounds, Sound Diaries forms a research basis for projects executed both locally and Internationally, in Brussels, Tallinn, rural Estonia and Cumbria; within local institutions in Oxford; and within cultural organisations like Sound and Music, BBC Radio and Boring 2011. Sound Diaries was established by Felicity Ford and Paul Whitty in 2008.