Artists and Musicians are invited to paint and play in the landscape at Blue Horse Arts and Jay Foster Music Studios!
Jay Foster will be offering a free demonstration and introductory workshop on using Field Recording and Granular Synthesis to create new soundscapes and ambient compositions. Participants will have the opportunity to observe the use of music technology to record and re-sculpt sounds collected from the wetlands area outside of the studio. The “Hemingway Pond Paint Out” will be held simultaneously and is open to artists of all abilities.
Instructor/Artist Bridget Grady will be on hand to assist those with less experience. Bring your own paints, sketching materials, and cameras and enjoy the natural beauty that lays hidden right in the center of town. Some easels are available on a limited basis, but it is advised that you bring your own.
Blue Horse Arts and JFoster Music Studios are located on the edge of Heminway Pond near the center of Watertown, in the old factory space known locally as the MRCO building. Entrance to the studios is on 250 Porter Street. Beautiful views of the wetlands and wildlife are available outside in the fresh air or from inside the studio complex. The events will be held rain or shine. We are fortunate to be able to paint the landscape inside or out and year round from the window views of the studio complex. The “ Heminway Pond Paint Out” and “Music Technology” demonstration is free and open to the public, but registration with the studios is required. The Heminway Paint Out date is Sunday morning 9AM- Noon, September 25th. The Field Recording and Granular Synthesis demo and workshop will be held also on September 25th 9AM- NOON.
For more information and registration call 860-417-3243 or visit