College Students Invited to Submit Artwork Inspired by Music: Sept. 26-Oct. 30, 2016
Posted on September 27th, 2016, by Publisher
PACIFIC SYMPHONY HARPIST MICHELLE TEMPLE’S MUSIC-INSPIRED ART COMPETITION—“ART2ART: CELEBRATING INSPIRATION”— COMES TO FRUITION, THANKS TO MUSICIAN INNOVATION GRANT   Inspired by the possibility of receiving a Musician Innovation Grant, which funds creative projects by Pacific Symphony musicians, harpist Michelle Temple proposed an idea that in turn would inspire others. Temple’s source of inspiration is not surprising—music—yet her project took root from the famous Southwestern artist Georgia O’Keeffe’s idea that “music could be translated into something for the eye.” The result is the music-inspired art competition, “Art2Art: Celebrating Inspiration,” which invites local college students to listen to the musical piece, “Aria” for alto flute and harp by James Hopkins (performed by Temple and Symphony flutist Cynthia Ellis)—allowing it to
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