Body & Soul: A jazz and visual arts series

Tuesday, June 30, 2009 - 22:00 to Wednesday, July 1, 2009 - 00:00

Body and Soul is a series of interdisciplinary workshops is led by Dr. Norman Cornett, and features renowned jazz musicians and visual artists ranging from Branford Marsalis to Sue Adams. The series encourages creative thinking through an experiential approach to the arts. This alternative method includes listening to music and viewing art with unconventional techniques, writing reflections, and going on cultural excursions. Participants will also be given the opportunity to engage in discussions and sit down one-on-one with guest artists for a "dialogic" session about their creative vision. No background or previous knowledge in the arts is required.

Creative Boost is a dynamic cultural space where art, language, literature and music converge. With an international faculty and state-of-the-art studio, its main goal is to stimulate and facilitate creative expression.

Creative Boost
279 Sherbrooke West #315
H2X 1Y2 Montreal , QC
Canada
45° 30' 33.8616" N, 73° 34' 14.7684" W
Quebec CA
Maya Foley

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