I’m writing a term paper on a woman named Mary Hallock Greenewalt this quarter for my Survey of Motion Media class. She is an artist-inventor from the early 1900′s who developed a color organ and a system of light-color correspondence with music, Nourathar, which she believed was an entirely new art form. I chose Greenewalt initially because I noticed that she lived in the Philadelphia area, but as I furthered my research, I came across this piece of information: “While attempting to market her instrument, Greenewalt arranged for the manufacture of a second console for Pierre DuPont’s conservatory at Longwood, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania.” – What a small world! This woman lived and worked to develop crucial milestones in motion design history right in my backyard.