” As digital technology enables us to move in and out of audio on location, producers and artists are responding to the new ‘storied space’ in a variety of ways. Join Hamish Sewell, independent audio storyteller, podcaster and founder of the geo locative project, Soundtrails (http://soundtrails.com.au/), as he discusses his latest study trip to the UK. Here he explored some leading geo locative projects and met with leaders in the field. From ‘experience designers’ to slow journalism to ambient literature: Hamish will discuss his findings, the current trends, opportunities and roadblocks in this new and exciting field.” To find out more, click here.
“Nambour, the once jewel in the crown of the beautiful Sunshine Coast, the sweet sugar sprinkles on the parfait that was Queensland’s fruit salad bowl of yore. These days a much derided poor cousin, whose fall from grace was as swift and as merciless as the sub tropical sun that bakes the tree fringed valley in which it’s nestled, its former glory gone, like the black snow that once settled on freshly laundered sheets, a blessed gift from the towns beating economic heart, the Sugar Mill.”
OHQ member, Hamish Sewell’s brainchild, a series of podcasts here.
The Soundtrails phone app serves up location-based tidbits of location history. It was a project of St Joseph’s School to preserve local history in a cyber-modern way back in 2015. Together with input from the Tenterfield Shire Council and the Soundtrails team, the result is an aural walk through history, stopping off at the Tenterfield Saddler, old Tenterfield Star building, the showgrounds, the flood piano and lots of other places in between. For full story click here.