Visualizing Music

Among the many art education initiatives at The San Diego Museum of Art, no program has as long a history as Young Art. In its 85th year, the Museum’s biennial student art exhibition takes inspiration from The Art of Music (Fall 2015), the final of the Museum’s 2015 exhibitions.

Included in this larger program, Young Art 2015: Visualizing Music features artwork by Kindergarten through 12th grade San Diego County students. Exploring the creative connections between visual art and music, student selections will be displayed alongside several works around the same theme from the Museum’s Permanent and Library Collections.

Young Art 2015 will be accompanied by several programs and interactives including an audio guide narrated by Education staff and student artists, student-led exhibition tours, and a reading area and participatory space complete with books and family-friendly activities.

Ramona DeMotto, Grade 11, Chula Vista High SCPA, Lady Sings the Blues, Painting.
The exhibition Young Art 2015: Visualizing Music is organized by The San Diego Museum of Art. Support for the exhibition is provided by U.S. Bank, Dana M. Baldwin, the Members of The San Diego Museum of Art and the County of San Diego Community Enhancement Program. Institutional support for the Museum is provided by the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture.