Art 179K HM Drawing

Visual Music, October 20-November 2, 2022

Parsons Engineering Building

Students of Art 179K HM Drawing (Fall 2022): Elana Anderson, Albany Blackburn, Jessica Chavez, Kelvin Jamison, Mehek Mehra, Aaron Murdock, Cooper Nissenbaum, Olivia Russell, Brynne Schoen, Hallie Seay, Amy Tan, Georgia Witchel

View of 12 artworks in the hallway of an academic building. Various drawings on square-shaped paper are attached to the wall and behind and above two sofas.
Visual Music, 2022, works on paper (installation view)

The HMC Department of Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Arts presents student artwork from Art 179K HM Drawing (Fall 2022). A series of rotations throughout the semester will showcase selected projects from the course.

Visual Music
The second assignment in the course is called Visual Music. Students were asked to imagine a sound in their mind and invent a band or a song that plays that sound. Then they were asked to use the elements of line, shape, and color to compose imagery and type for an LP sized album cover that captures this sound. 

– Professor Robby Herbst

Visual Music is on view from October 20 to November 2, 2022. Parsons Engineering Building is open Monday through Friday, 8AM to 5PM. The exhibition is open to the public. The Covid-19 guidelines will be updated as new information becomes available.

The course and the exhibition are taught and curated by Professor Robby Herbst.

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