On Thursday 21st September, the next instalment of our year-long digital arts programme Lost Stations will see us host an evening of audiovisual delights, showcasing new work by some of Cumbria’s most exciting artists to be exploring the digital realm.
The night will begin with a preview of emerging artist Amy Story’s specially commissioned artwork Lost and Found, which focuses on the people and stories at the centre of Barrow’s past, present and future.
The second half of the evening will be hosted by Barrow’s very own resident sound art collective: Octopus, who will be talking about their work before leading an interactive session with the opportunity to try out some of their newest creations for making sounds.
For more information about this event & to reserve your free place, please visit the Lost Stations website & register via the online form or email firstname.lastname@example.org
6.30-7.20pm – Lost and Found Preview + short artist talk from Amy Story
7.30pm-8.00pm – Octopus Collective Artist Talk
8.10pm-8.40pm – Octopus Collective Interactive Sound Session