Welcome to Walking the Land
Here you’ll find details of our latest news as well as some of our projects, archive material and various galleries….
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Dates for your diary:
Friday 5th March 2021 is set for our next First Friday Walk
details of our plans and activities are posted on our Events page
First Friday Walks 2021
Regrettably, COVID restrictions are likely to continue into the foreseeable future, preventing our normal very social walks to take place.
Over the past months we’ve been successfully offering synchronised walks that present the opportunity of walking together, but apart.
We design the walks to offer a series of creative prompts, themes or propositions for you to follow. Although we all walk at the same time, walks can take place wherever you happen to be.
We’d love you to join us each month
These are the dates of our First Friday ArtWalks for 2021 – in case you fail to remember, the clue is they’re on the first Friday of every month:
Once our next walk has passed through our comprehensive planning and logistics stage, it’ll be available on our events page
Our Latest project is ‘Sacred Space’
read more about it here:
Walking the Land’s Ghost Mills was shown at SVA’s John Street Gallery from 6th – 14th September 2019 as part of Stroud’s Wool and Water Festival.
Walking the Land’s Exhibition ‘Confluence’ at the Museum in the Park March 2019
Join us on a walk around the new Temple of Fire being built at Haresfield
The walk contributes to ‘Incendiary’ an exhibition curated by Patricia Brien opening during February (4th -17th) at SVA and the Lansdown Gallery in Stroud and The Hardwick Campus of the University of Gloucestershire
Details on our events page
Space Place Practice: Library of Pilgrimages and Museum Box Project
The exhibition and events include works by Walking the Land artists
Exhibition Launch Event
Saturday 9 September 2017
At Town Hall Arts, Trowbridge Town Hall BA14 8EQ
further details on our Events page
and don’t overlook the latest exhibition at The Old Passage, Arlingham and which features several WtL artists.
you’ll also find details on our Facebook page
Secret Solstice Sunrise Walk
A dozen or more rose before the sunrise on the day following Solstice and greeted the sun high up on Kimsbury Hill-Fort.
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