NASHVILLE, TN – Aug. 26, 2019 – School is back in session and the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum has parents covered with half-day workshops to educate and entertain youth and teens ages 11-18 years-old during the fast-approaching Labor Day and Veterans Day.
Upcycled Tote Bag
1-5 p.m. Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 2
Aspiring designers will create a repurposed tote bag inspired by country music fashion, do-it-yourself tradition and artifacts on display in the museum’s galleries. During this workshop, attendees will learn to sew on a Singer sewing machine by making a tote bag and planning a design to hand-embroider onto it. Participants leave with their new bag and the skills to continue their creativity.
Historic RCA Studio B Write and Record a Song
1-5 p.m. Veterans Day, Monday, Nov. 11
Attendees will explore Historic RCA Studio B, the Music Row recording studio where the Everly Brothers, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison and many others recorded hits between 1957 and 1977. Participants will learn the basics of studio design, tracking, recording and engineering. Afterwards, they will write a song as a group at the museum and learn to record and produce it in GarageBand.
Out of School Days require advance registration and ticket purchase.
Regular admission is $30. While space is limited, a minimum number of participants are required for each program to take place.
To register and to learn more about these and other programs, visit www.CountryMusicHallofFame.org.
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