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For both walk · listen · create and Sound Walk September, your support is indispensable.

Include your work

If you have created walking pieces in the past, or are hosting an event related to walking, you can include your pieces here, and your events here.

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You can also include your website(s), which we can automatically monitor for new content, if your website is related to walking.

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Write about your work, or encourage others to write

If you’re keen on sharing your work with a broad community of creatives working in the field of walking or sound walking, we can discuss whether your piece fits within the context of our website, and you can write about your work for inclusion as an article on our website.

Take a look at a few previous articles, like the piece Yonatan Collier wrote about his walking piece Taman Tugu, or the insight Anne Brunborg Lie provided on her walking piece Entangled Formation.

Contact us if you’re interested in sharing work with a broader audience.

Become a supporting member

You can become a supporting member, with a recurring contribution. Members get a few perks, including free access to our online cafés.

If you’re an organisation, you can become a ‘Platinum’, or institutional, member, giving regular (‘silver’) membership to up to members in your organisation.

Read more on our membership plans.

Have your organisation become a platinum member

The platinum membership is designed for organisations. A platinum membership gives you the ability to issue 25 silver memberships to members of your team, and includes sponsoring the weekly newsletter 4 times.

Read more on our membership plans.

Sponsor the weekly curated newsletter

At the start of every week, we send out a curated mailing; looking back on the previous week, and ahead to the coming week. This newsletter includes the most interesting updates from our network, and the latest relevant news from around the world. You can learn more about our newsletter.

Sponsorship of our newsletter currently comes in at 100 euro per mailing. With this, your organisation is mentioned at the top and bottom of the newsletter. Check out our recent archive of mailings to take a look at previous newsletters.

Sponsor our awards

We run two awards which recognise walking art, the Sound Walk September Awards and the Marŝarto Awards. Contact us if you are interested in supporting these.


People who jog, run, and sprint have their share of problems that slow-moving people can barely comprehend. One is oversupination. As the OED defines it, to oversupinate is “To run or walk so that the weight falls upon the outer sides of the feet to a greater extent than is necessary, desirable, etc.” A 1990 Runner’s World article gets to the crux of the problem: “It’s hard to ascertain exactly what percentage of the running population oversupinates, but it’s a fraction of the people who think they do.” Credits to Mark Peters.

Added by Geert Vermeire

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