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Over the last 12 months Rian Treanor has been delivering a series of experimental music workshops with participants from Rotherham Sight and Sound, a service for Blind and Visually Impaired people.

Using software specifically developed in response to the group, Kathleen Allott, Anne Goss and Mick Gladwin collaborate and make music together in real time, exploring touch, procedural systems for group performance and radical computer music.

The showcase will feature their first live performance and a Q&A where the group will share their journey and intriguing process. This will take place in the main gallery as part of our sensory exhibition Wishful Thinking, using a custom hand built sound system supplied by Sinai Sound.

The event is free but places are limited so please book in advance.


This event will take place on our ground floor with step free access, comfortable seating and refreshments available. There are accessible toilets on the same floor. If there is anything we can do to improve your experience, please email

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