Audio and ludic engagements with spiritual heritage at an Irish holy well
This article reflects on audio methods and field recordings as means of examining how a cultural-spiritual space can be experienced by young people through an arts heritage project undertaken with primary school children in rural Ireland. Contributing to the growing role of sound and audio in geographical research, we consider how a series of participatory workshops at a holy well fostered curiosity and ludic engagements with the place enhancing the understanding of this location in a process that merged creative practice, spiritual heritage and wonder.
Audio methods , Creative practice , Field recording , Holy well , Young people
Scriven, R. and Langan, V. (2019) 'Audio and ludic engagements with spiritual heritage at an Irish holy well', Cultural Geographies. doi: 10.1177/1474474019892001
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