Hearing Art and Seeing Music


Interactive and Educational Exploratory Expressions of Visual Art, the Spoken Word and Improvisational Music

Featuring Nitza Danieli-Horner (Israeli Sculptor and Metropolitan Museum of Art Educator) and world renowned improvisational jazz musicians.

In this unique multi-media program the audience creates original artwork while exploring line, shape and color found in live improvisational music, the spoken word, original artwork and slides from the Metropolitan Museum of Art Collection. The musicians conclude the session by improvising and interpreting one or two selected works.


Class Room OUTLINE:


1. “Sculpting with Percussion"
A dialogue between Sculptor by Nitza Danieli Horner and Percussionist Tim Horner.

2. “Giant Steps"
Music by John Coltrane. Graphics and film by Michal Levy

3. “Paint the Music"
Poem by Lauren Hooker. Interpretation by the Musicians.

4. “Paint a Picture"
Improvisation by the Musicians, Artwork by the participants.

5. “Interpretation"
The musicians conclude the session by improvising and interpreting one or two selected works.