29 Feb 2020 | Curated News

walking through museums – Post-

If we haven’t gone to a museum together, I probably don’t like you very much. This isn’t to say anything against you—I’m sure I’m the problem in our potential relationship. It’s just that, at this point, I feel like I’ve gone to a museum with everyone I know—so many people, in fact, that I feel […] Source: walking through museums - Post-

29 Feb 2020 | Curated News

Des marches, démarches

Des marches, démarches, closing exhibition of this walking event in FRAC Marseille from February till March 2020. In French. Source: Des marches, démarches

28 Feb 2020 | THE LRM

March First Sunday

First Sunday, This Sunday and so the perfect time for some curious, collective wanders exploring Manchester #psychogeography. Find us 2pm 1.3.20 in Sackville Gardens near the Turing statue. All welcome + free because the streets belong to everyone. Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or need more info. The pace + direction is made up as we go along..... We'll leave the park at 2.15 and see where the fancy takes us, having a blether and a brew at the end to share stories. I hope...

27 Feb 2020 | Walkspace

Full Moon Walking

An expedition to explore our local waterways by full moon. The countdown to our second Stirchley moon mission has begun. After the success of Dark Moon Walking, we are running a second Stirchley moon walk on the evening of Sunday 8th March, just ahead of full moon.  For this bewitching – if slightly scary – […]

26 Feb 2020 | Blake Morris


14/52 First walked 23 February by Sally in St. Ives, Cambridgeshire, England, Rosemary and Ritz in Birmingham, England, Mariana in Simonstown, South Africa, and Blake in Kraków, Poland. Sally considered the contrast between rare smiles...

26 Feb 2020 | Radical Stroud


Raising Funds for the Trussell Trust In association with the cyclists group from The Prince Albert I'm walking the Thames to London, Not in linear sequence: Flooding prevents that - But in an act of near nominative determinism, I present the famo...

25 Feb 2020 | Walkspace

Wayfaring with Kruse

Susan Kruse is one of the first people we thought of when doing making a list of "people we know who make art using walking in the Midlands. Her work is multifaceted and always fascinating and I'm delighted to see she's revamped her blog, titling it Wayfaring: On walking, magic and the landscape of Britain. […]

25 Feb 2020 | Walkspace

Fiona’s Dark Moon write-up

Fiona has written up her thoughts about Sunday's Dark Moon Walking night walk through the parks and along the canal in Bournville. She's structured it as a series of questions. 4. Why a night walk? Because walking at night is otherworldly and comes with a sense of the forbidden. Green spaces, such as parks, canals and […]