William Hogarth, The March of the Guards to Finchley, 1750 © The Foundling Museum


40 Brunswick Square London WC1N 1AZ
06 Jul 2019
  • Special Events
Step back in time and imagine the sounds of the past in this workshop with sound artist Jane Pitt.

13:00  | Tickets £20, £17.50 concessions & Foundling Friends (includes Museum admission and refreshments)

With sound artist Jane Pitt, participate in making and vocalising to create a visual graphic score and a spoken word/vocalised soundscape for one of the engravings by Hogarth featured in our exhibition, Hogarth & the Art of Noise.

Jane Pitt is an artist whose work encompasses a range of disciplines including performance, sound, photography, animation and sculpture. After studying fine art at Brighton University she ran away with the circus where she learned to fuse her talents for performance and creating something from nothing; it is that fusion that forms the basis of her work today. Motivated by a strong desire to create experiences and moments of connection with people, she creates participatory sound works and interactive installations in public spaces.