R L (MONO) ART NOISE SOUND SILENCE MOTION
An evening of Sound/Movement Art Installations at the Pod.
Our good friends at The Pod (1A Lamb street, Coventry) present “R L Mono,” an evening of; Art, noise, sound, silence & motion. The night will feature an art installation from artist Emilia Moniszko, which will involve her collaborating with musicians in a live musical improvisation encompassing a range of instruments including the resonant metallic sounds of the Bow Chime (Arran Poole) as well as the more familiar sounds of Piano and Guitar. Doors will be open from 6pm on the 23rd April and the evening will also include a sound art work derived from audio that was recorded on Cormac Faulkner’s “Releasing the Sonic Potential” workshops, which focused on themes of industry and the outdoors. The Schedule commences at 6.15pm with Cormac Faulkner’s “Releasing the Sonic Potential” and leads into the Moniszko-Collective Improvisation at 6.45pm. Emilia’s solo work completes the line-up from 7.15pm – 7.45pm. “R L Mono” features the Pod’s first dedicated sound art Installation and is an opportunity to appreciate the transformative effects that artists and musicians can bring to a building. Visitors are advised that the installation will be filmed as a part of overall artwork.
For more information contact Colin Park.
The Tin Community Space is part of the Coventry Trail of Warwickshire Open Studios. Opening hours are –
Saturday 28th June – 12pm – 6pm
Sunday 29th June – 12pm – 6pm
Saturday 5th July – 12pm – 6pm
Sunday 6th July – 12pm – 6pm
Saturday 12th July – 12pm – 6pm
Sunday 13th July – 12pm – 6pm
When did you last make time to listen to your own breath – the rustling of leaves – or the sound of rain on glass?
The Pea Pod Collective have commissioned Sound Artist Cormac Faulkner to lead Sonic Potential workshops on 18th and 19th March 2014.
To find out more you are invited to attend an audience with Cormac Faulkner on 12th March or you can book individual workshops via Eventbrite.co.uk (search for Peapod collective)
An audience with Cormac Faulkner begins at 1.15pm (@ The Pod with live music from Tailor and the Crow (Cormac Faulkner & Ian Kinsella) leading into the talk with the artist about his work. Cormac Faulkner is an Irish artist now based in Coventry. His work is concerned with our reaction to different spaces and how our behaviour and understanding can change when presented with new information and new ways of exploring them. He is a multi-disciplinary artist and uses sound, light and sculptural materials in his work.
Cormac’s previous commissions include the 2006, “I am an Instrument,” a permanent sound installation on the staircase of The Herbert Art Gallery and “Axis Mundi,” a light and sound installation for twine and light bulb (premiere Pluspace Gallery, Coventry April 2012).
Releasing the Sonic Potential Workshops:
Both workshops (free to attend) consist of a sound-walk and will introduce you to deep listening as well as some of the audio recording techniques of a sound artist. One workshop will explore the sonic landscape of the outdoors and another will investigate an Industrial theme.
Releasing the Sonic Potential 1: Industrial Potential
March 18th 10:00 – 17:00 – — Meet at the Pod 1A Lamb street – Coventry CV14AE. Book your ticket
The first workshop takes you on a sound-walk and will introduce you to deep listening as well as some of the audio recording techniques of a sound artist. You will have the opportunity to explore the sonic landscape of an Industrial setting using listening techniques and will have the opportunity to operate high quality audio recording equipment to gather and share sounds.
Releasing the Sonic Potential 2: Outdoor Potential
March 19th 10:00 – 17:00 –— Meet at the Pod 1A Lamb street – Coventry CV14AE. Book your ticket
The Second workshop takes you on a sound-walk and will introduce you to deep listening as well as some of the audio recording techniques of a sound artist. You will have the opportunity to explore the sonic landscape of the outdoors using listening techniques and will have the opportunity to operate high quality audio recording equipment to gather and share sounds.
Limited places. Book soon to ensure your place is reserved.
Contact Peapod Collective for more details: email@example.com
Love Creativity, Love Arts #6
The Pod, 1A Lamb Street, Coventry.
11.30am – 4.30pm
This Friday, we are pleased to be involved in the first year anniversary, and sixth Love Creativity, Love Arts event at The Pod as part of the Peapod Collective. Kicking off at 11.30am, feel free to drop in and sample a great range of artistic opportunities, including 1 on 1 Guitar, Keyboard and Djembe taster sessions, Drum and Poetry workshops, an Open Music Improvisation run by members of the Tin Music and Arts, and great food on offer at the new Revive Cafe. From 1.30pm, there will be live music from local solo artist He Is A Pegasus, so come down and see what The Pod is all about!
If you’re interested in booking your place on any of the taster sessions on offer, send an email to Peapodcollective@live.co.uk and get involved!
Deadline – 11am, 4th February 2014
£750 available to develop and deliver a programme exploring environments through sound. The programme must be delivered by 31st March 2014.
The Pea Pod Collective in collaboration with the Pod would like to commission a professional practicing artist/arts collective to deliver a programme that enables people to explore the themes of industrial sounds and organic sounds. Please limit your proposal to a maximum of 500 words and carefully consider our criteria. We also require that you include a CV with your proposal. Send your proposal to: Peapodcollective@live.co.uk
Stewart Easton is a midlands based artist currently working in hand embroidery and digital print on fabric. His work is focused on stitch and narrative using authorial illustration to create large scale embroidered panels.
Using folk song and story as a starting point Easton weaves story-based narratives, utilising the space of a single panel to explore time, movement and transition within his tapestry based works.
He is currently making use of a hybrid technique mixing digital print with hand embroidery exploring both modern and traditional methods of creating, enabling his work to straddle the lines between Craft, Illustration and Fine Art.
Stewart joins us in our new artist space which will host two artists and a silkscreen print press.