Listening well: an online resource using archive sound recordings to support wellbeing
Unlocking Our Sound Heritage (UOSH) at The Keep, Brighton, would like to commission an individual, organisation or partnership to create, test and deliver an online Resource using archive sound recordings to support people’s sense of wellbeing.
The Resource will comprise sets of themed sound recordings from The Keep’s archives, with clips from other sources if required and downloadable ‘how to’ guides with ideas and guidance on how to use the sound clips with individuals and groups. It will be visually appealing, professional in tone and presentation, and meet all public sector online accessibility requirements.
As part of this commission, the Resource will be tested and demonstrated through five workshops with potential target audiences, and a training workshop for carers, community workers and other professionals on using it to support wellbeing.
We are open to creative proposals from applicants as to exactly how the sound recordings could be used to support wellbeing and which audiences the resource will be aimed at.
|Commissioning Organisation||Unlocking Our Sound Heritage project, managed by the University of Sussex at The Keep, Brighton.|
|Main contact||Esther Gill, Hub Project Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Nature of commission||To create, test and deliver a downloadable resource using archive sound recordings to aid wellbeing.|
|Budget||£8000 (inclusive of VAT)|
|Timescale||May to November 2021|
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