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Carnegie Int’l
57th ed., 2018

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4.1.28

Tam O’ Shanter Drawing Session: Sound with Angie Keefer

25 Feb 2019

[No. 28] Animate a sound track of poetry and polyrhythms by drawing directly on film

Conducted by Angie Keefer, Travelogue writer, Carnegie International, 57th Edition, 2018 in the Leon A. Arkus Library, Carnegie Museum of Art

Ingrid Schaffner, curator, introduces Angie Keefer, Travelogue writer, before the Tam O’Shanter Drawing Session.

Angie Keefer, a Travelogue writer, speaks about her work as part of conducting the Tam O’Shanter Drawing Session.

A participant draws directly on film to a sound track of poetry and polyrhythms.

Another two participants draw directly on film to a sound track of poetry and polyrhythms.

Several participants draw directly on film to a sound track of poetry and polyrhythms.

Angie Keefer observes a participants work.

Ashley McNelis, Curatorial Assistant, draws a pattern on film.

Participants drawing patterns on the edges of paper.

A participant draws a pattern on her paper using her finger as a guide.

Two participants use markers to draw on film.

Participants during the Tam O’Shanter Drawing Session.

Participants drawing on an outstretched film roll.

Participants watch the film they made by drawing on film sheets.

Blurred image of film roll playing on a screen.