Hi Anthea

Your practice seems very interesting. I have similar views and practice although mine is based on the wider wild places. I have just finished a 6week residency at Ilam Park in the Peak District examining the picturesque. I have researched  old, lost and forgotten paths and walked them all. Documenting through photography and image making. I am just off next week to be the Artist Ambulant for Caravane des Anes a 250 km walk through the Cevennes celebrating RL Stevensons famous Travels with a Donkey in 1878.

Perhaps you would like a chat on my return in October?

All the best

Jez 



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On 14 Sep 2018, at 16:21, Anthea Millier <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Hi , my name is anthea...... I am a walking artist ,a print maker ..... hand made prints and a MA student prepareing for final project ....... my work is concerned with ' lost landscapes'.  Hinterlands .... edgelands and the discarded..... I would be interested in being involved with your project ( based in cheltenham)   Kind regards anthea 

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On 14 Sep 2018, at 15:09, ANDREW STUCK <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Hi All

We are putting together a season of walkshops on the theme of forgotten - forgotten paths, forgotten routes, forgotten walks (forgotten walkers, forgotten books - you get the drift),  And we were wondering if others here might have some great suggestions for Forgotten walking pieces?

Just to give you some inspiration:

we are going to be walking London's 'pedway' - this was the elevated pedestrian route around the City, inspired by Corbusier and promoted by Buchanan (Traffic & Towns 1963), part of which were built (Barbican High Walk) and part of which have been dismantled.

we are revisiting the cross London strategic routes proposed by the Government Office for London as a Millennium project - you guessed right, The Dome got the top prize and the strategic routes, well they got forgotten

we are doing a bit of reading and walking in the footsteps of Ian Nairn (his guide to London was published in 1966) and also John Hillaby (his Journey through Britain published in 1968 and his homage to London in 1987)

If you know of something Forgotten and would like to collaborate with us to create a new walking piece or to reprise one, get in touch.

Best, Andrew

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