Museum Turns Everyday Sounds Into Music

7:10 PM, May 29, 2013   |    comments
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School's out and parents may be looking for a day trip destination for your kids. The Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon offers a traveling Wild Music exhibit.

13WMAZ's Junior Journalist, Ivia Rollins got to hear the sounds and songs of life first-hand.

"It's all interesting," says Elizabeth Dunn.  

Museum Marketing Director, Melanie Byas says. "Every station is very, very engaging. It's hands-on."

This interactive exhibit offers music from three different environments. From underwater, to the forest's edge, to the city square, but only for a limited time.

They even have a recording studio. Byas says you can "Create your own drums and animal sounds and walk away with a recorded piece of your own creativity."

They even have a theater dedicated to the power of sound. 
With different kinds of sounds and music from all around the world. 

Dunn says she's going to take her grandson to the exhibit,
"It'll stimulate his interest, listening to birds, water and the different noises nature makes." 

The Wild Music exhibit is designed for english and spanish speaking visitors and those who are blind.

"You come away with an impression and a knowledge that you didn't really have before." says Byas.

The wild music exhibit will be on display at the Museum of Arts and Sciences until September. 

Kids three and under get into the museum for free. Admission is $5 for children over three and adult admission is $10.

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