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Lucy Stevens’ art practice examines the acoustic ecology of the natural environment, in particular the songs of birds to demonstrate the value of nature and promote wildlife conservation. Her practice uses field recording, digital illustration, drawing and printmaking as a tool to interpret bird vocalisations through visualising their songs and calls.

Latest news:

October 2017 – April 2018: AA2A artist residency at De Montfort University

October 2017: Artist residency at Cove Park in the West coast of Scotland.

September 2017: A selection of monotype prints from The Red Species List are on sale at Leicester Print Workshop.

9 June – 20 August 2017: The Workforce Symphony (soundtrack) and Performing Industry (performance) for Leicester: Memories of Industry, a group exhibition with g8 artists at Attenborough Arts Centre.

November 2016: Corn Bunting and Curlew (as part of The Red Species List concert) have been selected for the Midlands printmakers Open 2016 and each won an award at The Henderson Gallery, Nottingham.

April 2016 The Red Species List, a new commission from Attenborough Arts Centre to explore the songs of endangered birds, using Indian classical, traditional and folk music, field recordings, printmaking and video to visualise birdsong as part of a concert.