Wild Music: Sounds and Songs of Life!
Whales compose, bullfrogs chorus, songbirds greet the dawn, and people everywhere sing and dance. What do we all have in common? Visitors of all ages will can find out at Wild Music: Sounds & Songs of Life, a brand new, hands-on exhibit that explores sound and music in nature and in life, at ScienceWorks Hands-On Musuem from February 2 through September 2, 2019.
Wild Music invites visitors of all ages to expand their understanding of what makes music. Through whimsical, hands-on activities, they’ll not only hear the music that surrounds them every day, but they’ll see and even feel it too. They’ll discover that nature is filled with “musicians” that create distinct musical masterpieces to communicate with and relate to one another. And they’ll explore how human music is inspired by the music of other living creatures – from tiny insects to giant whales.
Wild Music at ScienceWorks Hands-On Museum made possible by major support from: Richard and Elizabeth LeVitt
With additional support from: The Fred W. Fields Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation, The Center for Divorce Education, The Olsrud Family Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation, and Lithia 4 Kids
Wild Music programming is in partnership with Rogue World Music and the Schneider Museum of Art, and is supported in part by a grant from the Jackson County Cultural Coalition funded by the Oregon Cultural Trust, investing in Oregon's arts, humanities, and heritage.