Wed, Feb 09

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Presented by the Ottawa Public Library

Black History Month: Sound in Living Colour (Music and Painting)

Musician Kathryn Patricia Cobbler will guide older adult participants through this multidisciplinary workshop, drawing correlations between music and painting

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Black History Month: Sound in Living Colour (Music and Painting)

Time & Location

Feb 09, 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EST

Presented by the Ottawa Public Library

About the event

Musician Kathryn Patricia Cobbler will guide older adult participants through this multidisciplinary workshop, drawing correlations between music and painting. While listening to different atmospheric pieces played by Kathryn with her viola, participants will paint landscapes and reflect on people, places and images that inspire them to tell their life stories. Participants will learn painting techniques and reflect on the music and type of imagery they experience.

About the presenter: Hailing from Canada’s Capital region, loop pedal violist, composer, and arranger Kathryn Patricia Cobbler has crafted a singular niche in improvisation and classical performance. Recognized as an in-demand artist, she has been featured in the Ottawa region’s most notable Concert Series, including Music & Beyond, Shenkman Arts Centre, Music at Southminster, and Ottawa New Music Creators' Analogue Series. More info at: https://www.kathrynpatricia.com

Presented by the Ottawa Public Library. Registration is required: https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/black-history-month-sound-living-colour-music-and-painting

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