Field Recordings Workshop at CIBA

Soundscapes. Sound and the specificity of places and communities
24 and 25 March 2012 from 9am to 18pm

Duration: 15 hours, 0.6 credits for teachers in the 2nd and 3rd cycle and secondary education

Space and sound are inseparable in our experience of what is there in the world. The concept of soundscape emerged in the ’60s, specifically through the need to orient attention to the role of the acoustic context in the understanding of each territory, site etc.. This action aims at developing methods of acquiring skills in working with students for the use of sound as a tool of great value to the discovery of a territory and its communities or an actual physical space (a site or monument, for example), incorporating a multidisciplinary approach in learning the use of tools from different scientific areas / techniques (in the areas of history, citizenship, environment, art, music, information technology, etc..).

Coordination: Luis Costa (Binaural / Nodar)

Venue: Interpretation Center of Aljubarrota Battle

Registration fee: € 55
Registration through the CIBA Educational Services Tel. 244 480 062 or

Number of participants: minimum 17 participants | maximum 22 participants
Conditions for participation: Participants should bring a laptop for editing sound works

A certificate will be be issued by the Cascais Center for Continuing Education of Teachers


Interpretation Center of Aljubarrota Battle (CIBA)
Av. Nuno Alvares Pereira, No. 120, São Jorge
2480-062 Calvaria de Cima

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