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Writers like Langston Hughes shaped the path of jazz and the Harlem Renaissance. He played with patterns in stories and poetry, incorporating rhythm and repetition. Explore ways to think about sound and music as you create your own unique story using Jazz artist biographies and songs.
Explore Jazz Culture during the Harlem Renaissance through jazz record covers. Find inspiration on the cover of historic Jazz albums while you create your own design for a jazz record.
Many of the famous pieces of jazz we know today were written by Edward “Duke” Ellington for his Big Band, and for the specific talents of his musicians. Build your own musical instruments just like the ones you hear in Duke Ellington’s music.
Celebrate the spooky season and design your own wacky witch’s hat.
Match the sounds that you hear with notes on paper as you design your own musical score. Use historic sheet music by composers such as Duke Ellington and Mary Lou Williams.
Sing, move your body and use your listening ears to hear special stories.
Mix colors together on the PlayWorks™ Mural Wall.
Learn to do the Lindy Hop by moving your feet to fun and easy tap steps.
2pm - 4pm
Create your own Halloween-inspired lunch with chef and author Cricket Azima, founder of The Creative Kitchen™.
Discover funny and unexpected surprises during this Halloween-inspired magic show!
Blue and green, yellow and red. What colors can you find over head?
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