Hampstead Heath Sound Walk
Hampstead, London, UK
Owing to the Rail Strike this event has been POSTPONED - new date to follow. Uncovering the sonic spaces of Hampstead Heath.
Exeter Sound Walks
Sound Walks, together, in Exeter in May and June.
Tuning to the open air – Thurston Pond Soundwalk
Thurston Pond Trail, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
The walk will invite you to imagine sounds of the past, present, and future that are heard internally and externally to our ears.
Footloose #5 Jake Morris-Campbell and Lydia Kennaway
Lydia Kennaway reads poems from her pamphlet A History of Walking, and talks to poets and other writers about words and walking. This month's guest is Jake Morris Campbell
Writing and walking with Madeleine Bunting & Chris Stewart, Guest Neil Ansell
27 Jun - 2 Jul, 2022
Moniack Mhor, Kiltarlity, Inverness IV4 7HT, UK
Taking advantage of Moniack Mhor’s beautiful setting, this course will take you out into the hills and glens around the centre, using the landscape and local history to inspire some great new writing.
Walking to stimulate writing – an Arvon Tutored Retreat
Arvon Creative Writing Courses
04 - 9 Jul, 2022
The Arvon Foundation, Clunton, Craven Arms, Shropshire SY7 0JA, UK
Join tutors Jean Atkin and Tom Chivers for an inspirational week of walking and writing in the abundant Shropshire woodlands, hills and valleys that surround Arvon Centre's "The Hurst". Let the rhythms of walking clear your mind and align your body with your imagination, stimulating new ideas and fresh writing.
‘Where we are, we are at – See:Saw
“The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” Dorothea Lange A photo walkshop with Jez Hastings (UK) examining and questioning the seen and unseen.
Argamassa, Emotion, Place and Substance.
Experience walk at the confluence of the rivers Ter and Onyar with Jordi Mas Balado
Guided by language
Through the process of dérive we will wander through the city looking for compelling pieces of text which complement or are in conflict with each other either aesthetically or thematically. Participants will take photos of language they encounter in order to create a collective visual collage where text is prominently featured. A walkshop with Jack Williams (Poland).
The Temple of Hermes
Parc de la Devesa, Passeig de la Devesa, Girona, Spain
The Temple of Hermes: you are honoured: few are allowed to enter, and none leave unaltered, for he is a mercurial god. Satsymph have laid out his Temple in Girona, and your smartphone is your sole means of access.