Junko Wada's 'Music Dances Itself' CD Release
Music Dances Itself Curated By Junko Wada
Sonic Arts Network is proud to present the seventh instalment of their critically acclaimed CD series - Music Dances Itself, curated by Japanese performance artist Junko Wada. Music Dances Itself is a deeply personal selection of music, produced by a process of curation, performance and collaboration. BUY NOW

People Like Us DVD 'Story Without End'
People Like Us, Story Without End
Sonic Arts Network presents a collection of short films by leading British AV artist People Like Us, concluding with the Sonic Arts Network commission 'Story Without End'. BUY NOW


New Statesman New Media Award for Sonic Postcards
SAN is pleased to announce that Sonic Postcards has won the New Statesman New Media Award 2006. The project is described as blending "beautiful online imagery with real world elements to create a whimsical journey through the sounds and images of everyday life across the UK" More...

What would you do if...?
A selection of audio pieces designed for journeys around Manchester. A culmination of work with college students from Rwanda, Yemen, Iran and Iraq created with Duncan Chapman. They explore the journeys we make and how they affect us. More...
Cut & Splice Acousmonium
This year's sold out Cut & Splice festival welcomed François Bayle, Eliane Radigue, Michel Chion, Hans-Joachim Roedelius, Florian Hecker, John Wall, The Lappetites, Zbigniew Karkowski, Carl Michael von Hausswolff and Christian Zanési to the UK to perform on the legendary loudspeaker orchestra, the Acousmonium at the ICA. View the BBC's Cut & Splice webpage and listen again to the Radio 3 broadcasts of the festival here.



Sonic Postcards Events

As part of the Brunel 200, end of festival celebrations, the films created by pupils from Hotwells Primary School, during a Sonic Postcards workshop, will be screened again on Sunday 17 September. There will be two performances at 12pm and at 2pm in the Maritime Heritage Centre, next to the SS Great Britain on Bristol Docks. Both screenings are free and will be followed by a live improvised performance by musicians from the Triangulation project. You can view the films at

The Sonic Postcards exhibition at the Turnpike Gallery in Wigan, part of Audio Art Lab, will also be running until 9 September. Admission is free.


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