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World Peace Marker Project
April 3, 2006
Assignment Desk MEDIA ADVISORY

RENOWNED ARTIST KAT EPPLE BECOMES U.S.A. AMBASSADOR TO WORLDWIDE PEACE MARKER PROJECT

World Peace Marker ProjectThe Honorable Mayor of Cape Coral, Mr. Eric Feichthaler, installs Ms. Kat Epple as Ambassador to the United States of America for the Worldwide Peace Marker Project at a ceremony in the Mayor & Council Lobby. Former Cape Coral Mayor Arnold Kempe and a list of distinguished social and community leaders are also to be in attendance.

Ms. Kat Epple is an eight-time Emmy Award-winning composer and flautist. She has performed at the Guggenheim Museums and the National Gallery. She has released 14 CDs of original music, and composes and produces music for television, including "National Geographic", CNN, "Nova", and "Guiding Light". She has traveled throughout the world, collecting and playing flutes from other cultures. The natural beauty of SW Florida inspired Kat Epple’s latest album, “Azure Pieces of Life”.

Worldwide Peace Marker Project (WPMP) is an installation work of art designed and directed by Tiité Baquero. The project pushes forward the frontiers of art as it redefines the role of art in civilization. WPMP was launched from Cape Coral on November 30, 2002. 198 artists from as many nations around the world will form the global collaborative that will drive the project to completion. The mission of each of these artists, or “WPMP Ambassadors,” is to present and install in their respective nations one of the 198 Peace Markers to form an array of “Points of Peace” across the surface of the earth.

The idea of peace as a cultural reality has effectively eluded humanity for over 5,000 years. The WPMP array of markers by virtue of their global coordinates alone will provide a quantifiable basic structure to model a tangible global experience concerning “World Peace.” WPMP becomes the first global work of art in the history of civilization.

WHEN: April 5, 2006
Installment Ceremony - 3:00 to 4:00 p.m.

WHERE: The Mayor and Council Lobby at Cape Coral City Hall.

WEBSITE: To reference the project on the Internet visit www.wpmp.net

INTERVIEWS: WPMP Ambassador Kat Epple will be available for interviews shortly before and after the ceremonies.

 


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