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Pruning Thoreau

29 Nov, 2021

With a direction out there – readwalking with thoreau, Emmanuelle Waeckerle a French, London-based, artist, has created a multimedia interpretation of Henry David Thoreau's text Walking.

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27 Nov, 2021

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Point d’ouïe sociétal

26 Nov, 2021

POINTS D'OUÏE, PAYS...
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Point d’ouïe sociétal

26 Nov, 2021

Radical Stroud
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Radical Road Trip

25 Nov, 2021

Radical Stroud
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East India Company Walk

25 Nov, 2021

Radical Stroud
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Stroud and Abolition Aftermath

25 Nov, 2021

Radical Stroud
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Stroud Valley Emigration

25 Nov, 2021

Radical Stroud
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Tory Culture Wars

25 Nov, 2021

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Eccentric outsider, colonialist, environmentalist avant la lettre

25 Nov, 2021

In Flora and the Baron, the team at Bowerbird Theatre tell the tale of Baron Ferdinand von Mueller, eccentric outsider, global scientific powerhouse and the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria’s first director. That's in Melbourne. Or, rather, the baron tells the tale himself.

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Walking the street of happiness – Features – Al-Ahram Weekly – Ahram Online

25 Nov, 2021

Museum of Walking
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Rustling in the leaves in Sydney Gardens, bath

25 Nov, 2021

Thoughtfactory: Walking ...
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photography + the modernist city

24 Nov, 2021

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Visitors blasted for climbing ‘Stairway to Heaven’ in eastern Taiwan

23 Nov, 2021

Tough Soles Blog
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The Cuilcagh Way

23 Nov, 2021

Anabella Lenzu's Blog
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January & February 2022: Time to start choreographing

22 Nov, 2021

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Celebrating monuments, big and small

22 Nov, 2021

With their work Monuments, the team at ThickSkin are foregrounding voices from the communities of Ancoats, Clayton, Beswick & Openshaw, all in Manchester, guiding you over cobbles, old and new, asking you not to overlook the buildings and the communities that make the area unique.

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Score #20 – Carol

20 Nov, 2021

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Muad’Dib

19 Nov, 2021

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Ancient practice of walking labyrinths gains new ground

18 Nov, 2021