Established in 2021, The Sound Archives is a collective with a shared mission of advancing studies in sound and sound experience through activism, art, education, environmentalism, field recording, and other practices. We acknowledge the broad range of potential inquiries into sound studies, including but not limited to explorations in human-made and natural sounds, sound in architecture, sound designed to influence behavior, and sound outside human perception. In addition, we create opportunities for scientific and artistic research, community engagement, and education via workshops, writing, and public exhibitions. 

The Sound Archive's efforts and activities include:

  • Exhibitions
  • Workshops
  • Sound Walks
  • Radio Broadcasts/Podcasts
  • Sound Library/Archiving