Workshop presented by ArTEIER
Let’s listen to sounds around us.
Let’s listen to sounds around us. Let’s listen to the sounds our bodies make, are they soft ? are they loud? Let’s respond to each other using objects around us. Could we make a sound-body orchestra?
Come and join in on some listening and sound making games with Catherine Morse. We will experiment with making sounds using our bodies, and responding to each other using objects and surfaces that surround us.
Tuesday 13 October 2020
10:00am – 11:30am
1 hour 30 minutes (includes break)
SUITABLE FOR FAMILIES with primary age children
Bring along your sense of playfulness
Catherine Morse is an artist-educator who works from a multi-modal arts practice, including visual arts, performative practices, and musical play. She has worked with both children & adults within community arts organisations, government institutions, small & large festival spaces to create play-based arts environments. Catherine holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Tasmanian School of Art, an Associate Diploma of Music from the Australian Music Education Board, a Bachelor of Teaching from the University of Tasmania, and certificates in art therapy & yoga for children. Catherine currently teaches piano & piano accordion in Hobart and is working with film maker Amy Brown on a project connecting children in Gaza with children in Hobart through painting, drawing & film. Catherine has a passion for play.