Take a walk though any landscape in Scotland, and there’s a story to be uncovered – of human lives, and the impact we’ve had on the land around us. Join Iain Stewart as he walks through some of Scotland’s most intriguing landscapes, guided by people who live and work in them, to uncover tales of how we have exploited, celebrated and enjoyed Scotland’s forests, hills, lochs, glens and shores.
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Walking Festival of Sound
05 - 25 Apr, 2021
How to share a walk
Eylem Ertürk and Bernd Rohrauer will engage in a dialogue on the methodology of Shared Walks, their research approach on local participation, community building and neighbourhood mapping.
Online meet-up with Ella Parry-Davies: Walking with migrant domestic workers
Meet Ella Parry-Davies, the facilitator of Home Makers, a collection of sound walks recorded and co-edited with migrant domestic workers in the UK and Lebanon.
Pedestrian Provocations: Manifesting an Accessible Future
Blake Morris and Morag Rose will consider the complex relationship between diverse bodies, cyberspace, and movement, whilst addressing the challenges and opportunities of digital access.
Luis Vuitton Soundwalk
Luis Vuitton and Soundwalk
Open Call Advisory Event for submissions to Sound Walk September 2021
If you're keen on making the most of your SWS21 submission, join us for a as much detail on the process as we can possibly give you.
‘When in doubt, take a walk:’ artist Sampson Wong seeks beauty in Hong Kong’s urban jungle | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP
20 Jun, 2021
Herinneringscentrum Kamp Westerbork and KNBLO Wandelsportorganisatie Nederland
16 - 19 Mar, 2021
Dunedin, New Zealand
Wairarapa Walking Festival
Living Streets Aotearoa
26 - 28 Mar, 2021
Carterton, New Zealand
Walking with Bignose
Join this stimulating discussion, where performance artist Bob Parks shares his practice at a motivational level around walking art as a catalyst for creative activity through socially oriented performances with a finished art work.