CHARLIE LEE-POTTER – ‘Each thudding footstep feels hypnotic and I keep my eyes on the ground as I try to think my ideas into existence.’
Source: Eyes Down: Walking as Thinking
Being Human Festival - Culture and Creativity Research Institute at Sheffield Hallam University
Weston Park Museum, Western Bank, Mushroom Lane, Sheffield S10 2TP, UK
3 Sep, 2017 · All day
La Romieu, France
3 Dec, 2022
Faculty of Liberal Arts, Sciences University of Greenwich, UK
18 - 20 Nov, 2022
Stockwell Street Building, 10 Stockwell Street, London SE10 9BD, UK
1 - 30 Sep, 2022
When September rolls around, you can listen to stories, get closer to nature, travel to far away places, immerse yourself in different cultures, add your voice, record the ambience, learn how to make sound walks, and submit your own work, as well as participate in lively debates, and intimate café conversations. And, share your discoveries with experts from the world of sound walking.
1 - 30 Sep, 2019
Dozens of events in many countries, covering all inhabited continents of the world, took place during September 2019.
Meet the authors who are writing about walking and the landscapes through which we walk, at walk · listen · create’s Walking Writers Salons. We are delighted to have biologist and award-winning nature writer David George Haskell join us in October, talking about “Sounds Wild and Broken: Sonic marvels, Evolution's Creativity and the Crisis of Sensory Extinction" in which he explores the origins of song, music and speech across all species.
1 - 30 Sep, 2021
Listen to stories, get closer to nature, travel to far away places, immerse yourself in different cultures, add your voice, record the ambience, and learn how to make sound walks.