Sonic Sculptures is a project led by visual artist/curator Ryan Boultbee, architectural designer/artist Will Harvey, and musician Tom Harris.

It is a common meeting ground of sound and material, lifting the ordinary into the extraordinary.

Sonic Sculptures is a series of events which will turn Broadway Gallery into an instrument, hosting a programme of soundscapes and sonic experiences. Sonic Sculptures explores the intersections of material, space, and sound through an innovative Framework for Practice installation, captivating performances, and workshops.

The programme of performances and workshops will subvert participants’ expectations and associations with sound and materials, empower early-career creatives, and foster a vibrant community for future sonic exploration across disciplines.

Presented by Near Now, Broadway's studio for arts, design and innovation

Supported using public funding by Arts Council England


Framework for Practice is a project led by visual artist/curator Ryan Boultbee and architectural designer/artist Will Harvey.

The project utilises both the architectural and symbolic attributes of scaffolding to create a minimal-waste, flexible and adaptable framework which supports a wealth of creative research and exploration, and to enable the building, repair and restoration of culture and creativity.

Framework for Practice endeavours to critique, elevate, communicate, facilitate and support projects within Nottingham and Nottinghamshire that aim to provoke and promote positive and long-lasting cultural change.

Find out more about Sonic Sculpture and the artists behind the Installation. 

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