The Symposium will feature a keynote speech by Tonesight inventor and former Langton student Cal Hewitt, as well as a chance to hear an update from the Language for Tonesight team and see the Tonesight documentary by Gabriel Johnson.
This is a chance to see demonstrations from some of the STEM projects that have been taking place in the school over the last year, including the school’s new 20m Formula 1 in Schools test track.
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A chance to experience Tonesight, a new installation allowing visitors to conjure music and audio description from the paintings of the Upper Hall. For more details email email@example.com
A night of music, dance and film presented by Richard Navarro, musician and co-creator of Tonesight at Simon Langton School to celebrate the relaunch of the Painted Hall and its new Tonesight installation. Featuring students from the schools and universities, alongside blind and visually-impaired performers involved in the Greenwich project.
Live music and newly-composed projects for paintings by Boucher and Fragonard, incorporating soundscapes and audio-description aimed at audiences with sensory impairments. In association with VocalEyes.
Improvising musicians from the acclaimed Free Range Orchestra work with artist Greg Stobbs to create a new large-scale installation for the venue.