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Join Paul Cornish, jazz musician and composer and our latest Make Jazz Fellow, and explore your family lineage through music. Participants will sketch their own family tree and use it as inspiration to create songs and sounds of their own.
This workshop will be presented in English and simultaneously interpreted in Spanish. All ages are welcome, and families are encouraged to join in together!
Pencil, paper, and an instrument (or pots and pans, sticks, containers, cardboard tubes, rattles)
Arts Learning Lab @ Home is a series of free online arts classes for kids and families schooling from home. These hands-on artmaking workshops are held live on Zoom and are posted as on-demand videos after each workshop. Led by a diverse group of professional artists in residence at 18th Street as well as members of our national and international artist community, ALL@Home strives to feature arts making workshops in a range of mediums, skills, and with the core belief that the arts help us imagine new futures, create empathy, and promote community resilience. Workshops are offered on a quarterly basis.
About the Artist
Los Angeles based composer and pianist Paul Cornish strives to inspire freedom and collaboration in his music and community. Recently graduated from the Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz Performance at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, he was recently awarded the 18th Street Arts Center’s 2021 Make Jazz Fellowship.