A WORKSHOP has taken place at Scarborough Library to prepare for an exciting arts event.
Participants were invited along to find out more about “Anniversary - an act of memory”, which will take place at the library at 1pm on October 29.
Crescent Arts and Scarborough Library are organising a collective recitation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with artist Monica Ross.
Those taking part will learn a small part of the Declaration of Human Rights and recite it in public, in their language, as part of this unique performance.
Stuart Cameron, of Crescent Arts, said: “The workshop went very well and there was a good turnout.
“Monica told people about the project and everyone looked at some videos. People were very strongly engaged with it.
“The age of people taking part ranged from 16 to 80, so it was fascinating.”
More people are welcome to take part. To find out more call (01723) 351461 or email firstname.lastname@example.org