A lovely sunny Saturday afternoon saw over 450 people visit the park at the top of Clitheroe Castle and listen to some of Loz’s compositions from the North West Sound Archive floating through the park.
Archive for the 'Ribble Valley Project' Category
See how Loz is getting on and what he learnt at the amazing Country Fair in Clitheroe…
See how Loz’s weekend in Clitheroe went here: http://nwsaproject.blogspot.com/
Loz Kaye will be out and about this Saturday in Clitheroe town centre with his One Man Sound Archive Band. He will be taking the recordings he has discovered at the North West Sound Archive onto the streets to see what the public think of them. His chosen snippets include the best potatoes for chips and a fish and chip shop owners opinion on fast food from the 1940’s. This will mark the start of a series of Saturday events hosted by Loz in Clitheroe town centre.
Loz Kaye who is working with the Sound Archive has now set up a soundcloud site so you can hear what he’s discovering…
We have the new project blog for NWSA Open shop Project, which will take place from 14th June to 11th July
Also some pictures from the archives collection of records….
Tags: Blackburn Museum, Haworth, NWSA, Rossendale, Towneley
We now have five very exciting artists in place for the projects that will take over this summer:
Burnley/Towneley: ArtYarn – May-June
Blackburn/Blackburn museum and Art Gallery: Lucy May Schofield – July-August
Ribble Valley/North West Sound Archive: Laurence Kaye – June – July
Rossendale/Rossendale Museum: Kaspar Wimberley and Susanne Kudielka – June
Hyndburn/Haworth Art Gallery: Sarah Jay – August