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The Music Box Lands a Permanent Home in a Bywater Forest

The Music Box Roving Village
Kelley Crawford
One of the installations in art and sound at the Music Box Roving Village.

Since its start in 2011, The Music Box has brought ambient sound art to thousands of people. While it’s built a reputation as a Roving Village, they’re now constructing a permanent installation in a 55,0000-square-foot forest with an adjoining warehouse in the Bywater.

NolaVie’s Kelley Crawford spoke with musical curator Jay Pennington to find out how the Music Box will continue to be a roving endeavor but of a different nature.   

Visit NolaVie's website for a related article written by Kelley Crawford.