• By Walkertown Branch
  • Posted Thursday, July 11, 2019

Music: Art in Motion at Walkertown

Music: Art in Motion!
Saturday, July 13 at 11 a.m.
Call (336) 703-2990 for more information.

Walkertown Branch Library
2969 Main St. Walkertown, NC 27051
Click here for driving directions.

Music: Art in Motion

Kids enjoying the Music: Art in Motion! program with Salem College

A program for kids of all ages
What do scarves, paint, and emoji balls have in common? Come find out at “Music: Art in Motion!” Join Scarlette Kerr and Natalie Doughty from Salem College to explore the relationships between music, motion, and visual art. Activities include listening to music while using movement to tell a story, using emotions to direct types of body movement with rhythm, and using visual art as a way to express how one listens to music.
These ladies have collaborated in multiple projects not only for young professionals but also for young children. These workshops include incorporating visual art with motion and music, understanding rhythm through language arts, and incorporating artistry in music making through critical thinking and self-discovery.


Music: Art in Motion

Scarlette Kerr shows participants how to paint

Meet Scarlette Kerr
Scarlette Kerr has presented multiple workshops at the local, state, and national level on a variety of topics ranging from holistic piano pedagogy to young professional development. Scarlette currently attends Salem College for studies in a Master of Music in Piano Performance and Pedagogy with an emphasis in Injury-Preventive Technique. She teaches private piano lessons in Winston-Salem.


Music: Art in Motion

Natalie Doughty talks to participants about art

Meet Natalie Doughty
From Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, pianist Natalie Doughty is passionate about holistic musicianship. She has extensive experience giving interactive workshops and thought-provoking presentations for local, state, and national audiences. Natalie currently manages her own business, serves as President-Elect for her local MTA, and directs the James Madison University community music program.


Special thanks to:

Friends of the Walkertown Library

Salem College

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