Eternal Forest Project

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Sound artist and film producer Evgenia Emets introduces the Eternal Forest Project  This Friday 3 April 6-8pm GMT on Zoom – free to participate.

Andrew Stuck

Andrew Stuck

Andrew is the founder of the Museum of Walking, created to bring people together and to make and showcase walking pieces and performances. Andrew also is a podcaster, interviewing creative people who use walking as a catalyst for their practice. Talking Wa...

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