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Simon Woolham: Artist-in-Residence at Digital Artist Residency SPACE//PLACE Residency Mon 13th June – Sun 24th July 2016 Whilst in residence, I worked on a project called ‘Digital Routes’. The ‘Digital Routes’ was a virtual and psychological collaborative residency with a … Continued

THE DRIVE OF WALKING – MASTERCLASS CALL

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Upcoming Masterclass ‘The Drive of Walking’ to be held at Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht, The Netherlands from September 9-16th, 2016. Artists, philosophers, designers, writers, anthropologists are invited to submit a ‘walking’ proposal for this Masterclass. For more information: http://www.janvaneyck.nl/en/home/the-drive-of-walking/

Stringing Bedes event

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A chance for those who missed Stringing Bedes’ last event – catch this one: STRINGING BEDES HERITAGE EVENING, Wed 11th November 7.30 – 9 pm Whiteleas Community Centre, Hogarth Avenue, South Shields, NE34 8HF. Learn more about Stringing Bedes: A … Continued

Stringing Bedes

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With funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund WALK will be hosting a series of fully-interpreted walks and events this summer.  These will take place this summer between St Peter’s Wearmouth and St Paul’s Jarrow.  All are free.  News of dates … Continued

Well-being

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  WALK Research Group is proposing a research project that, using walking, wildlife and art, will attempt to add knowledge to this area of social research and to shed light upon some of the factors that may make people feel better … Continued

Walking Poets in Japan

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Wordsworth and Basho: Walking Poets held at the Wordsworth Trust Museum, Grasmere from May – November 2014 was very successful.  And  our Japanese colleagues/academics and the artists involved in the project felt strongly that the exhibition should now be shown in Japan. … Continued

Born to Walk; new book by Dan Rubenstein

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About this most recent book by Dan Rubenstein: ‘The humble act of putting one foot in front of the other transcends age, geography, culture, and class, and is one of the most economical and environmentally responsible modes of transit. Yet with … Continued

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