I am delighted to be credited as one inspiration for the new exciting Kelston Records initiative along with other BSU staff and students . Thanks to William Heath and all others involved.
“The project is inspired by environmental humanities and creative enterprise work at Bath Spa University. Special thanks are due to Owain Jones, Professor of Environmental Humanities and to Andrew Hugill, Professor of Music and Director of the Centre for Creative Computing at the liberal arts university. Kelston Records is designed to accommodate formal learning objectives for Bath Spa masters’ students. The founding project work has been undertaken by Camila Suarez. Design is by Monica Romero.”
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