Emmie McLuskey: A Talk on Creative Practices and Curation in Sound Art. Collaboration is central to the work Emmie McLuskey produces, starting with a shared question or observation that she explores more deeply through practice, previously this has taken the form of publications, events, objects, conversations and exhibitions. Recent work has centred around interactions in and between bodies, considering the systems that control and record them. McLuskey works across the roles of artist, programmer, writer and educator. She sees these as completely interlinked and inseparable from each other, these multiple expressions, regardless of form, all come from a desire to communicate and process the nuance and complexity of our world alongside others. This talk will take place on October 4th at the Ceramics House in Calligraphy Square at 8pm and is open to the public. We especially encourage people with an interest in sound-based creative practices to attend.