The Jules Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University has installed "Sound Mapping Alabama: A Journey Through Alabama Navigated by Ear." This compilation of recordings collected in Alabama by Rich Curtis will be embedded in the museum's south garden through April 30.
The more than 30 recordings in the outdoor sound piece include the sounds of swamp crickets chirping in Wind Creek, a gut string banjo being played in Anniston, cars passing over the Edmond Pettis Bridge in Selma, a sacred harp singing in Montgomery and more.
To find out more, call 334-844-1484.
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