Music In Motion: A fusion of sound & digital motion graphics with Marlise Ahuna & Renata Ballo

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 - 4:00pm to Wednesday, May 10, 2023 - 6:00pm

the Youth Arts Series Presents 

Music In Motion: A fusion of sound & digital motion graphics with Marlise Ahuna & Renata Ballo

Session 2 (this session is independent of the first session, previous participation is NOT required.


February 1–May 10 (no class on March 15, Spring Break)

Location Change: Classes from February 1–March 1, will be held at Hawai‘i Science and Technology Museum. 64 Keawe St. Suite 201, directly above Jackie Rey's


4:00 PM–6:00 PM

14 Classes

Ages 8-12


Class Description:

In this class students will have the unique opportunity to combine their performing and visual arts skills. Music In Motion is half digital animation and half choral singing. Students will learn to perform a variety of fun and catchy songs under the guidance of Marlise Ahuna. The music portion of the class will coincide with a course in digital animation taught by Renata Ballo in which students will create works of art that move in harmony with their songs. 


This session we’ll be creating around the theme of food!


The class will conclude with a collective performance showcasing the animations and songs on the last day of class, Wednesday, May 10 in the EHCC theater (more details to come)


Made possible with support from Hawai‘i Science and Technology Museum



Deadline to register: Friday, January 27 by 4:00 PM


Enrollment Fee Per Participant:

$140 - EHCC Member

$165 - Non Member



To register for classes: Registration is now closed- please email [email protected] for availability.



  • Renata Ballo's picture
    Renata has been teaching animation and digital art since mid-2000 after relocating to the US from Poland, where she earned her master’s degree in Animation and Graphic Design. Over the years, she worked on a variety of digital media productions. Learn More
  • Marlise Ahuna's picture
    Marlise Ahuna, soprano, earned her Master of Music (M.M.), specializing in Vocal Performance, at the University of South Dakota (USD). Learn More
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