Sound Art at USC
The USC Roski School of Art and Design and the USC Thornton School of Music have teamed up to offer courses to students that bridge the gap between the visual and musical arts: Roski students create new instruments, and Thornton students play them. This past March, both schools, along with USC Visions and Voices: The Arts and Humanities Initiative, brought Paul Dresher, a celebrated instrument inventor and composer, to campus for a performance in Newman Hall and a corresponding exhibit at the USC Fisher Museum of Art. The performance brought the students' classes to life, and offered the wider USC community a snapshot into this cutting-edge and exciting art form.
Watch the video here.