Interview: 'Water Music'
10/18/03 12:00AM By Neal Charnoff
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(Charnoff) "Water Music" is described as a photography book with a social conscience. Photographer Marjorie Ryerson wanted to capture the essence of how water presents itself, and connect that with the musical rhythms of our lives. Her photos are accompanied by text, poetry and music from some of the world's most renowned musicians.
Marjorie Ryerson is a professor of communication at Castleton State College, and lives in Randolph. She joins us from our Montpelier studio. (To hear the interview, click on the "Listen" icon.)
"Water Music" was photographed by Marjorie Ryerson and published by the University of Michigan Press. For more information go to www.Watermusicproject.com.