July 18 is World Listening Day.
This year’s theme for World Listening Day 2019 is “Listening With” created by Annea Lockwood. This year’s celebration challenges a state of “listening with an awareness that all around you are other life-forms simultaneously listening and sensing with you.”
World Listening Day is hosted by the World Listening Project.
Around the world contests and walks focus attention on improving listening skills and conserving critical soundscapes. July 18 was chosen because it is the birthday of the Canadian composer R. Murray Schafer, one of the founders of the Acoustic Ecology movement.
— BBC Archive (@BBCArchive) June 15, 2017
‘Listening with Three Rivers’ is a global live stream with hydrophones in the Brisbane River, Noosa River and Mary River in Queensland, Australia for World Listening Day 2019. The project is broadcasting 90-minute underwater soundscapes at various times across four days including dawn and dusk to capture the diversity of freshwater ecology. https://www.riverlistening.com
We are pleased to announce this year's theme for World Listening Day 2019 #WLD2019 "Listening With" created by internationally acclaimed sound artist, Annea Lockwoodhttps://t.co/fMOYzgfxIl pic.twitter.com/A31su9RSqi
— WLP (@World_Listening) March 10, 2019
— Midwest Society for Acoustic Ecology (@MidwestSocAE) June 23, 2019
— softday (@softdayart) July 13, 2019
Join us for ‘Listening with skylarks’ next Thursday 18th July for #worldlisteningday2019 . Early birds 7-9am or evening warblers 7-9pm – Qigong and meditation on Wanstead flats, tuning in under the oak trees, settling down amongst the long grass… https://t.co/N95kCuE9g5
— Blanc Sceol (@BlancSceol) July 12, 2019
Jueves 18 de Julio, Mañana es el día mundial de la escucha y estaremos celebrándolo en Matorral Librería. #SemanaDeLaEscucha #WLD2019 #concierto – organiza @Cratila, red de creación sonora participativa – Bienvenid@s! pic.twitter.com/cO4WJmRLFW
— CRaTil@ (@CratilaCratilar) July 18, 2019
— CRaTil@ (@CratilaCratilar) July 17, 2019
We are live on the Brisbane River for the dawn chorus of snapping shrimp, cat fish and passing boats. Listen via the @LocusSonus_ Sound Map https://t.co/cTptmT8bGN or via https://t.co/VNvs56uubi #WLD2019 #RiverListening pic.twitter.com/UsLjDvLLfo
— Leah Barclay (@LeahBarclay) July 17, 2019
Thanks to everyone who listened to our first live stream for #WLD2019 from the Brisbane River! Our next stream will go live at 5pm AEST – listen from anywhere in the world, more details at https://t.co/VNvs56uubi pic.twitter.com/DClzKbSV55
— Leah Barclay (@LeahBarclay) July 18, 2019
It's #WorldListeningDay and we are always listening to you for ways we can improve your parks and recreation experiences. Take our simple online survey at https://t.co/HBrwFKf6Tb pic.twitter.com/TJIahrrhCo
— Fort Wayne Parks (@FortWayneParks) July 18, 2019
- Record a soundscape
- Retweet a #wld2019 post
- Who do you listen with?
- What might the future sound like?