In the final video of this three-part series, instructor Ceren Oran discusses how soundpainting can be integrated into different projects and artistic disciplines. Ceran also outlines how soundpainting can be used as a teaching tool.
Soundpainting is multi-disciplinary sign language used to create real time compositions. It was developed in the 1970s by Walter Thompson and is now used educationally and professionally around the world. The many educational benefits of soundpainting include creative thinking, observation and responsiveness as well as critical thinking in dance, music, theatre and art making.
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