"Religious Soundscapes" opens at OSU Urban Arts Space

Our audio exhibit "Religious Soundscapes" opened on Tuesday, May 24 at OSU's Urban Arts Space. This exhibition features audio collages created from the recordings in our archive, accompanied by interpretive texts to represent the sounds. In parallel with the exhibition opening, we hosted a symposium that included many of the people who have worked with us over the course of the project. We were thrilled to be able to continue our conversations about religion and sound with so many colleagues and friends. 

"Religious Soundscapes" will continue through July 16 at OSU's Urban Arts Space (50 West Town Street, Columbus OH). You can read more about the exhibit at the OSU College of Arts and Sciences and at Columbus Alive.

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