Now I will do nothing but listen… I hear all sounds running together, combined, fused or following, sounds of the city and sounds out of the city, sounds of the day and night – Walt Whitman, Song of Myself For World Listening Day 2021, MSAE …
Join us for MSAE’s sixth annual series of free, public soundwalks in the parks with support from the Chicago Park District’s Night Out In the Parks program, launching on Saturday, July 10. Our thematically focused events are special and highly accessible ways to discover mindfulness through listening, led by faculty and alumni from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and fellow teaching artists for a unique outdoor experience for all ages.
World Listening Day, July 18, 2021: THE UNQUIET EARTH, opens its registration portal today for this year’s 24-hour stream and live event listings around the world.
CHICAGO– The 11th annual World Listening Day, a free, global celebration of sound and listening, occurs for 24 hours on Sunday, July, 18, 2021, a date honoring one of the early thought leaders in the realm of acoustic ecology, sound art and sound studies, Canadian composer R. Murray Schafer. Listeners of all kinds are invited to host and participate in three activity types: 24-hour streamed program hosted by the World Listening Project, self-organized and initiated local live and public events in your own locale, and/or your own personal celebrations. The 24-hour #WLD2021 stream program will be curated by the #WLD2021 steering committee who will produce and host that event on worldlisteningday.org. Full event guidelines may be found on the website and questions directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All participants may register here: https://bit.ly/3h4ZrEu
Registration to submit work to be included in World Listening Day’s 24-hour Stream remains open through June 19, 2021.
Registration for live events to be included in World Listening Day public listings and cross promotion remains open until July 17, 2021.Continue reading World Listening Day 2021 – The Unquiet Earth