Polyglot tours Sound Of Drawing to Aitken Creek Primary School as part of Regional Arts Victoria’s Education and Families OnCall program. We’ll be bringing students and teachers together with textures and technology to make a collective soundscape!
On the long, broad drawing table, children wear headphones and hear their scratches, swirls, tapping and scribbles as they create their own artistic masterpieces and make their collective mark. The sounds of the pastel on the paper is picked up by sensitive microphones and amplified, turning the physical action of drawing into a live soundscape.
Sound Of Drawing connects sound, gesture and artistic intention, drawing masterpieces from every participant.