Category Archives: Gabrielle Fry

sound a vital tool in conservation?

BBC R4 Costing the Earth. Peter Gibbs asks whether sound could become a vital tool in conservation, helping us understand far more about how wildlife interacts and how it is affected by changes in the environment . Listen and download … Continue reading

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associate artist Gabrielle Fry :: Sounds in Nature Workshops

Ringstead Bay: http://aporee.org/maps/?loc=29196 Building a beach shelter (1:57min.) Children from Dorset Beach School building a shelter on the beach at Ringstead Bay to protect themselves from a windy summer’s day. Ringstead Bay: http://aporee.org/maps/?loc=29197 Sounds of the shore (1:24min.) Children from … Continue reading

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Associate Artist Gabrielle Fry :: sound workshop with young children in Australia

Sound workshop with 31 children during the Easter vacation, aged 4 – 12 years. “It was funny to see a child put the headphones on, then totally freeze when we pressed record and the sounds filled their ears! They went … Continue reading

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associate artist Gabrielle Fry :: sounds of Australia

My inspiration for teaching kids about sound recording came from a Ridgeway Seasonal Sound Walk that I went on last summer, organised by Mandy and David at DIVAcontemporary. I was visiting from Australia so took my mum and sister along … Continue reading

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