Seasalter Fl’utter-ance

Jane Pitt

Start & Finish on Sandpiper Road crnr Swallow Ave CT5 4  (near to Valkyrie Road)

Look for the orange flag

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Transport:

Bus: stagecoach no.5  Canterbury-Seasalter via Whitstable timetable: http://www.stagecoachbus.com/GetUpload.ashx?Id=751

Cars: on street parking available

Trains to Whitstable, walk to Harbour Street and take bus no 5

This event takes place outdoors on paved streets with some kerbs, mixture of hilly & flat

Saturday 26 June 2010

meet at 14:45 for gentle circular walk @ duration 80mins

for further information email: cluteclute@gmail.com

or check the Flutterances blog for updates: http://janepitt.co.uk/blogs/flutterances/

A performative sound walk led by Jane Pitt around the clutch of residential streets in Seasalter that are named after birds (incl: Nightingale Ave, Linnet Ave). Jane invites participants to join her in creating an on the spot Fl’utter-ance (verb: to make playful vocal utterings), we will collect the sounds of the street names as we walk i.e Kingfisher = zii! Eeee! Swallow = vhit vhit vhit and use them to compose a unique Seasalter soundpoem.  The resulting Seasalter  ‘Fl’utter-ance’ will be digitally recorded in situ, posted online & played in the Kent Cultural Baton Caravan on Fri 2 July.

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