As we all increasingly download our music rather than browsing through the shelves of our local record shop, album artwork is less important. Or is it? There is evidence to suggest that musicians and audiences are still interested in imagery surrounding music.
Album art can be as memorable and significant as the music it depicts. An eye-catching cover design grabs a listener’s attention and makes a statement about the music and the artist before a note is heard. In this hands-on workshop, young artists will draw inspiration from the exhibit Luke Bryan: Dirt Road Diary before creating original album art for display in the Taylor Swift Education Center. Ages 5 and up.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is operated by the…