Sheltering Series | Railway Roundabout + Godrich

Railway Roundabout

Beautiful spaces with incredible acoustics. Be immersed and inspired.

Sheltering invites you to experience a synchronicity of architecture, sound, music and design.  We are passionate about spaces with incredible acoustics. Each artist has been carefully chosen and curated for a bespoke performance inspired by each place.

Originally Hobart’s main railway station, this three-lane sunken roundabout has a fountain at the centre. Tasmanian electronic artist Godrich will jam along to the surroundings and create an improvised ambient sound bath.  Watch and listen to the work being created from 10 am and hear it performed in its various stages at 12 pm and then again at 2 pm.

Cost: Free

Saturday 12 November 
Performance Times, 12 pm – 12:45 pm and 2 pm – 2:45 pm

Presented by the Festival of Architecture and Sound for Open House Hobart



Building Type



Architecture & Sound


Level Changes

Wheelchair Friendly

Emma Anglesey

Emma Anglesey has activated Open House Hobart with music over the last several years, under the banner of the Festival of Architecture and Sound. In May 2022, Emma creatively produced a number of events in partnership with Junction and Open House Launceston in her hometown, and is excited to be back collaborating for the 2022 Open House Hobart program. Read more

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