Pandemic and Beyond Podcast

Pandemic and Beyond

Members of the #WalkCreate project PI Prof Dee Heddon, Associate Partner Maxwell Ayamba of Sheffield Environmental Movement and commissioned Artist Kate Green, talk to Dr Shruti Raghuraman on the latest edition of the podcast, Pandemic and Beyond. Listen to find out more about walking and wellbeing, and the #WalkCreate project in Episode 19, here:… Continue reading Pandemic and Beyond Podcast

Walk Create in Conversation with A Bit Lit

Conversation with Bit Lit

Project PI Dee Heddon and and Co-I Clare Qualmann recently spoke about walking and wellbeing, and the nature of participatory art in the pandemic with Andy Kesson of A Bit Lit. You can watch their conversation below. More can be found at their website. A Bit Lit is a platform for research and creativity, championing… Continue reading Walk Create in Conversation with A Bit Lit

The Walkbook – Call for Submissions

Yarmouth Springs Eternal – Genevieve Rudd in partnership with originalprojects. Image Credit: Becky Demmen/Supporting Your Art

A key aim of the Walking Publics/Walking Arts research project is to share artists’ expertise to support more people to walk well. We are now in the process of developing a free, online resource: The Walkbook: recipes for walking and wellbeing. This will respond to the diverse and multiple challenges people have experienced in participating in walking during the pandemic.… Continue reading The Walkbook – Call for Submissions

#WalkCreate Gallery Online Launch – Weds 3rd November 2021

#WalkCreate Gallery Selection

We warmly invite you to the online launch of the #WalkCreate Gallery, a digital showcase of walking work made by artists across the UK during COVID-19, on Wednesday 3rd November, 7pm-8pm (GMT). The #WalkCreate Gallery is a key part of the research project Walking Publics/Walking Arts.   The #WalkCreate Gallery features the work of 81 artists showcasing over… Continue reading #WalkCreate Gallery Online Launch – Weds 3rd November 2021

New Event – Hear from Dee

Dee Heddon / University of Glasgow Photograph by Martin Shields Tel 07572 457000 © Martin Shields

The project’s Principle Investigator, Prof Dee Heddon will be talking about our project as part of Royal Society of Edinburgh’s Curious Programme (Tea & Talk) on August 25th, 11am, free. Book your tickets here: Curious | Walking and creativity during Covid-19 | 25 August 2021 : Curious (