Sonic Sculptures: Draw With Sound Workshop

A social and creative workshop with No Jobs in the Arts and Miriam Bean

Drop in, no ticket required


10th April 2024

What time



Broadway Gallery,

17 Heathcoat Street,



(or via Broadway's main entrance)



Drop in, no ticket required

Part of Sonic Sculptures, a series of events situated around a structure turning Broadway Gallery into an instrument.

Join this social workshop for an evening of hands-on, low-pressure, collaborative creative activities, hosted by No Jobs in the Arts and artist Miriam Bean.

This is a free event. Drop in from 6:00pm–8:00pm, no ticket required.

Responding to sounds and music through drawing encourages spontaneity, presence, and sensory awareness. It promotes a playful, self-directed creative process, free from rigid aesthetic or technical standards of making.

Can't make it to the workshop? Join in with the activity anytime, anywhere with this Draw with Sound worksheet by Miriam Bean.

About Miriam Bean

Working with sound as both a medium and a subject, Miriam explores tones and dissonance to create indeterminate installations.

Alongside these larger projects, she makes visual works examining the relationship between sound and image by manipulating computer data in combination with more traditional media like drawing and printmaking.

About No Jobs in the Arts

No Jobs in the Arts is an organisation supporting early-career creatives in the visual arts, equipping them with skills, opportunities, and a platform to champion their voices. They programme disruptive cultural activity, from the Midlands, UK, creating professional development opportunities for early-career creatives, working in the visual arts. Their programme aims to address environmental issues, and to support those underrepresented in the sector. Through their public projects, they have put creatives in regional and national collections, such as The Tate’s Library and Wellcome Collection.

Sonic Sculptures is a project led by visual artist/curator Ryan Boultbee, architectural designer/artist Will Harvey, and musician Tom Harris.

It is a common meeting ground of sound and material, lifting the ordinary into the extraordinary.

3–14 April 2024, Broadway Gallery

Sonic Sculptures is a series of events which will turn Broadway Gallery into an instrument, hosting a programme of soundscapes and sonic experiences.

Sonic Sculptures explores the intersections of material, space, and sound through an innovative Framework for Practice installation, captivating performances, and workshops.