From http://www.kmrd.fm/kmrd/, it mentions WCAD at 16minutes, 36 seconds. But the whole 2 hours is worth a listen. Great music too. cheers Ken Wolverton.
Here is an extract
INVITATION 9th World Community Arts Day
World Community Arts Day 17/02/16
” ART AS A CATALYST FOR CARING AND SHARING”
To create a World Festival Society for a day.
” We can either react in fear or anger to the state of our world thus becoming part of the problem or respond creatively and become part of the solution.”
You are invited to be part of a global celebration on 17/02/16.
All we ask of you on that day is to do an arts project, however small or big. Be creative about an issue that you believe promotes “caring and sharing”. Song, dance, theatre, draw, paint, write, make, poem, photograph, lecture, walk, tour, talk, art class anyway that you feel you are creative!
The first years have seen WCAD grow from a celebration of Reg Bolton to a global event. All we ask of you on that day is to do an art’s project, however small or large to mark this day. If you can mark the event on your website in the build up to it that would be great too. It is going to be our biggest yet.
PLEASE GO TO WEBPAGE TO SEE EXAMPLES OF WHAT HAS HAPPENED IN PREVIOUS YEARS
PLEASE PASS ON.
We celebrated WCA Day at Cockenzie House and Gardens with an Art and Craft Open Day + Swapshop. We tried new techniques and we swopped our skills. In the morning the talented Sheila guided us through making handmade origami books. Then in the afternoon the East Lothian RVS arrived with an influx of their ladies who tried their hands at crafts new to them and still managed to have time to enjoy that tea and cake.
Many of the staff & students at Box Hill Community Arts Centre in Melbourne, Australia collaborated with Artist in Residence (me!) to make this drawing for WCAD 2015.
World Community Arts Day and StAnza Preview 2015. A great time was had by all. Thanks for coming to visit Craigmillar Library and the Craigmillar Poets. We look forward now to visiting St Andrews and StAnza.events from 4-8 March.