Following the flight of the monarchs

Experience the phenomenon of the monarch butterfly and its 3,000 mile migration in Rob MacKay‘s magnificent audio-visual installation. Become immersed in the real-time forest soundscape of its roosting grounds while butterfly expert Lincoln Brower narrates your journey. Drop-in event timings: Tuesday 11 – Friday 14 September, 11:00 – 19:00

Following the flight of the monarchs

Experience the phenomenon of the monarch butterfly and its 3,000 mile migration in Rob MacKay‘s magnificent audio-visual installation. Become immersed in the real-time forest soundscape of its roosting grounds while butterfly expert Lincoln Brower narrates your journey. Drop-in event timings: Tuesday 11 – Friday 14 September, 11:00 – 19:00

Following the flight of the monarchs

Experience the phenomenon of the monarch butterfly and its 3,000 mile migration in Rob MacKay‘s magnificent audio-visual installation. Become immersed in the real-time forest soundscape of its roosting grounds while butterfly expert Lincoln Brower narrates your journey. Drop-in event timings: Tuesday 11 – Friday 14 September, 11:00 – 19:00

Following the flight of the monarchs

Experience the phenomenon of the monarch butterfly and its 3,000 mile migration in Rob MacKay‘s magnificent audio-visual installation. Become immersed in the real-time forest soundscape of its roosting grounds while butterfly expert Lincoln Brower narrates your journey. Drop-in event timings: Tuesday 11 – Friday 14 September, 11:00 – 19:00

Tree listening

What sounds does a tree make? Find out for yourself with Alex Metcalf‘s Tree Listening Project which uses highly sensitive microphones to make audible the inner workings of trees, live. As seen on BBC One’s “Judi Dench: My Passion for Trees”. Location: Horse Chestnut tree opposite the main entrance of the Brynmor Jones Library Dates: … Continued

Tree listening

What sounds does a tree make? Find out for yourself with Alex Metcalf‘s Tree Listening Project which uses highly sensitive microphones to make audible the inner workings of trees, live. As seen on BBC One’s “Judi Dench: My Passion for Trees”. Location: Horse Chestnut tree opposite the main entrance of the Brynmor Jones Library Dates: … Continued

Tree listening

What sounds does a tree make? Find out for yourself with Alex Metcalf‘s Tree Listening Project which uses highly sensitive microphones to make audible the inner workings of trees, live. As seen on BBC One’s “Judi Dench: My Passion for Trees”. Location: Horse Chestnut tree opposite the main entrance of the Brynmor Jones Library Dates: … Continued