Colour and Music Sensory Space
Tue 15 March – Sat 19 March
“I felt I could breathe the colours”…”like being wrapped in a rainbow” – participant
The Colour/Music Sensory Space is a joyful, unique and immersive space where visitors can create their own environment of colour and sound. It is made up of a unique range of special sensors, that can be adapted to each visitors needs and requirements.
The sensors are linked to LED lights and a specially-created software for making music, these are activated by the individual moving their head, hands and/or feet. Created and controlled by the participants, this installation enables everyone to create and immerse themselves in their own world of colour and sound. Colour/Music Sensory Space has been developed through Eye Music funding and research with composer David Stevens.
Take a step out of time and join us in the beautiful surroundings of the Adam Hall to create your own colour & music sensory experience.
Suitable for all ages.
Tuesday 15 March 2.30pm – 4pm
Wednesday 16 March 1.30pm-4.30pm
Thursday 17 March 1.30pm-4.30pm
Friday 18 March 1.30pm-4.30pm
Saturday 19 March – all day
Instrument making workshop
“Make an Instrument – Make a Noise!”
Join us for a workshop session of making panpipes, drinking straw oboes, tin can violins and balloons – all from simple and throw-away materials.
On Saturday 19 March at 10.30am – 12.30pm and 2pm- 4pm
Drop in & sign up on the day (first come first serve)
Access to the space is included in your full entry ticket or membership
The installation is suitable for all ages and abilities’ including SEN, PMLD right through to specialist music/science enthusiasts.
The space has wheelchair access.
We’re taking extra care and precaution around COVID to make this space as safe as possible for people to experience and participant in.