This 30-minute pre-recorded video session, “Deep Listening,” is the first part of a three-part series titled, “Sound and the World Around Us.” High school students will be guided through a deep listening experience, and asked to reflect upon how sound informs our interpretation of the environment. Video/audio examples will be provided of familiar sounds and scenarios of everyday life, and students will observe how altering the audio changes/disorients the interpretation of the video. Earbuds or headphones are recommended, but not necessary. This class will serve as a warm-up for sessions II and III of this series, which delve into music, the environment, and environmental activism.
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