Ruth Broadbent

Ruth Broadbent

(United Kingdom)

Ruth Broadbent’s creative practice is inspired by nature and ecology, and informed by her background in art, sociology, human rights and languages. She teaches in universities, colleges and adult education, is a member of drawing, walking and ecology networks, exhibits her work regularly and creates events for organisations and festivals. She can also be found at walk.draw (online and in-person walking and drawing walkshops and events).

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  • walk · listen · café

    Walking arts and walking stories

    Yannis Ziogas
    lerjentours
    Simone Etter
    Effie Yiannopoulou
    Deirdre Macleod
    · 2021-07-15 18:00
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  • walk · listen · café

    Pedagogies of walking

    Julie Poitras Santos
    Anna Luyten
    Ellie Berry
    Miguel Bandeira Duarte
    · 2021-07-13 18:00
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  • Walking Event

    Port | Limáni (remote)

    artwalkprojects
    Stephanie Whitelaw
    Deirdre Macleod
    · HUB Prespa -... · 2021-07-07 15:00
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  • Walking Event

    Pandemic walking (seminar)

    Lydia Matthews
    Morag Rose
    · HUB Prespa · 2021-07-09 11:00
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  • Walking Event

    What questions are better asked from Prespa than elsewhere? (remote)

    Petra Johnson
    · HUB Prespa · 2021-07-08 16:00
  • Ruth Broadbent
  • Walking Event

    LONG DISTANCE ROUNDABOUT a hybrid walk (remote)

    · HUB Prespa · 2021-07-07 16:00
  • Walking Event

    Walking a Line: Encounters Through Drawing (remote)

    Ruth Broadbent
    · HUB Prespa · 2021-07-06 14:00
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  • Walking Event

    Walking as a Question – pre-premiere of Prespa’s “is Walking art?”

    Christos Ioannidis
    Yannis Ziogas
    · 2021-05-28 18:00
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  • Walking Event SWS20

    The spaces between the words – Practices of locative literature

    Stefaan van Biesen
    Lucy Jeffery
    · 2020-09-25 18:00
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  • Walking Event SWS20

    Walking beyond borders – walking arts before and after the pandemic. Between Prespes 2019 and 2021.

    Yannis Ziogas
    Lydia Matthews
    Natacha Antao Moutinho
    · 2020-09-20 18:00