Sonolocations logo: abstracted mountain with the words Sonolocations: A Sound Works Series, Henry Art Gallery and Jack Straw Cultural CenterThe Henry Art Gallery and Jack Straw Cultural Center have partnered to commission a three-part series of audio artworks, released free and online through the summer of 2021.

The participating artists – Byron Au Yong, Chenoa Egawa, and Bill and Naima Lowe – were invited to consider the theme of place, and its unique resonance throughout the pandemic, to offer directed sonic experiences for listeners wherever they might find themselves.

Audio artworks are available via Soundcloud and on the Jack Straw and Henry web sites. You can also subscribe to Sonolocations as a podcast to receive all three pieces.

Release dates:

  • June 4: Byron Au Yong: Pomelo
  • July 2: Chenoa Egawa: Enduring Rhythms: Seven Songs from the Skagit Valley
  • August 6: Bill and Naima Lowe: 97 Days Between

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