Common knowledge or walking wisdom? – our end of year quiz

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2021-12-28 19:00
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Reckon you know what happened in the world of walking in the last 12 months?

Join our free end-of-the-year live online Quiz and test your skills against other artists, performers, writers and walkers.

Try to remember when lockdown rules were eased and we were able to go further afield for walks, in the northern hemisphere we endured the wettest summer on record and now the warmest autumn…. Some records were broken others were established. There was a lot of talk about the climate and as usual, little action.

Despite the pandemic restrictions, Made of Walking had scores of submissions, with parallel events taking place at various hubs. We had one of the most inventive and entertaining Sound Walk Septembers with entries from across the globe, now being judged by our advisory panel. We have asked our advisors to set some questions in our end of year quiz – perhaps you can match the advisor to the questions!

This is a free event

However we need you to register as the crafty software we are using to run a quiz has various limits

So what’s in it for you

Apart from being the 2021 walking brain box; we’ll rustle up some prizes including a couple of e-books and copies of WALKING our very first chat book anthology of poetry and prose. And of course, you get to share some Festive cheer with our walk listen create community.

Andrew Stuck

United Kingdom

Founder

Andrew is the founder of the Museum of Walking, created to bring people together and to make and showcase walking pieces and performances. Andrew also is a podcaster, interviewing creative people who use walking as a catalyst for their practice. Talking Wa...

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