The Jane and David Walentas Fountain in front of the Brooklyn Museum will soon have a musical score.
The Brooklyn Museum is looking for ten talented artists whose works will grace its grounds accompanied by the sounds of flowing water.
The museum yesterday announced the ‘Score the Fountain’ contest putting out a call for composers, artists and producers to create an original musical score that would play in harmony to the Jane and David Walentas Fountain in front of the building.
Ten tracks from multiple genres will be selected once the contest ends on June 30. The final compositions will be performed live for the public at the museum on August 14.
Submissions must be in synch with the fountain, which runs for 5 minutes 40 seconds, and can be sent through audio platforms like SoundCloud and YouSendIt to email@example.com.