Join Void Gallery to explore the hidden river frontages around Boom Hall and Brook Hall estates through sound, guided by Clare McGee & Barney Toal, Innovate-NI and with artist David Beattie as part of his project Slowtime.
Eden Project Foyle is an exciting & ambitious project that will link the Boom Hall and Brook Hall estates, including previously inaccessible river frontages, transforming these into a new cultural tourism, and community asset helping to drive social, economic and environmental regeneration in the city. The Eden Project and its partners believe this internationally significant union will enable this historic site to become a designed space specifically tailored to explore the potential of people in the landscape.
Spaces for these sound walks are limited. Because of this, we are asking for £2 to secure your place.
Book your spot here.
This project is kindly supported by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Void Gallery is supported using public funding from Arts Council Northern Ireland, Derry City and Strabane District Council, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Enkalon Foundation, Ragdoll Foundation, COVID 19 Charities Fund, Art Fund, Community Foundation NI, The Art Society, and Garfield Weston Foundation.