Beach Of Dreams

Online

Event details

27 Jun - 1 Aug, 2021
FREE

500 miles : 500 people : 500 silks : 500 dreams

Beach of Dreams

Beach of Dreams is an epic journey to discover the hidden gems of the East Coast of England, inviting collaboration from communities and artists along the way from Suffolk to Essex, UK. It will take place from 27th June – 1st August 2021.

Kinetika’s Artistic Director, Ali Pretty, and Guardian journalist Kevin Rushby are walking the entire route, joined by artists, writers, scientists, and local residents. Together, guided by strong environmental themes and the challenges of our current time, they will consider the question “How can we creatively reimagine our future?”

We are currently looking for volunteer walk leaders to join us on some of the routes, especially in Essex, to provide map reading and general guidance. The walks vary in length and the route follows the coast, taking in stunning scenery, wild landscapes and seaside towns. Please see the website for the 35 daily walks and dates.

If this is of interest to you please get in touch at [email protected].

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