Religious Soundscapes Reception
The exhibition reception will take place on May 24, 5-7 p.m. at Urban Arts Space. Please note that pre-registration to attend the exhibition or reception is no longer required; attendance is free and open to the public!
More about the exhibition:
What does religion sound like? How might we understand religion in the United States differently if we begin by listening to it? Religious Soundscapes is an immersive audio installation presenting sounds from religious communities in the Midwest. It reflects seven years of research and production by the American Religious Sounds Project (ARSP), a collaborative, inter-institutional initiative co-directed by Amy DeRogatis (Michigan State University) and Isaac Weiner (The Ohio State University). Through a series of thematic audio essays, this exhibit invites visitors to experience religion as an audibly complex social, spatial, political, and embodied phenomenon.
The Religious Soundscapes exhibition was co-curated by Vicki Brennan, Alison Furlong, Ely Lyonblum, and Lauren Pond.