Katherine Weiss and Mollie Sydlowski, both graduate students in the M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology program, took part in developing a project upcoming in conjunction with the Knights exhibition at the Worcester Art Museum.
As part of the exhibition, there is an “audio cone,” which is an area where visitors step inside to hear isolated sound within that radius.
Katherine and Mollie recorded selections from the tales of King Arthur, targeted at family audiences. Their voices will be part of the exhibit.
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