Wednesday, 17 February 2010

Tonight's Big Experiment ...World Community Arts Day 17.02.2010

World Community Arts Day is here!

As I’m typing this, we are setting up the room ready for tonight’s experiment ... how exciting (Keep your fingers crossed with all the technical gadgets involved !!! )

Tonight's the Night!

B Arts will be welcoming a group of talented young music makers to create a soothing soundscape and some heart wrenching beats for our World Community Arts Day celebrations. This first part of the evening is just for the young people involved, who will be coming from across North Staffordshire and Shropshire as part of the SoundProof project with Make Some Noise

At 8.30pm tonight we open our doors to the World ! We are inviting regular attendees of the Barefoot Doctors project and any local folks ( maybe that's YOU!!!) people who want to share and be part of this audio visual installation, to just come along and enjoy the experience. The night will include some Vj-ing with the photographs from Barefoot Doctors on the theme of community, sharing and caring. People coming along tonight will have opportunity to interact online, responding to the images and the sounds, relax and have a chat.

Venue: B Arts, Unit 19 Barracks Square, Barracks Road, Newcastle under Lyme, ST5 1LG

If you can’t make it to the venue tonight at 8.30pm don’t worry - Get yourself nice and comfy in front of your computer and witness the gathering online. Link up with us just before 9pm (anytime between 8.30pm - 9pm) and get yourself ready, join us at

We invite you to respond online between 9pm – 9.30pm - Join in , let us know you are out there sharing the experience with us.

For more news about World Community Arts Day see their main site

1 comment:

Barefoot Doctors said...

Lovely night , lovely people, lovely images, lovely sounds ...... just lovely!

You can still watch the 45 minute streaming if you missed it. Cliuck on the ustraem/bitjam link we gave - ustream keeps it stored.

The images and sounds are pretty dark at first but it does lighten up as it moves through ... xx