The Walking City Bazaar was an exhibition and networking event with over 20 exhibitors showcasing different approaches to walking tours and journeys - both physical and metaphorical. Here Mariana Bogdanova takes us through the exhibits, insights and inspirations from the event.
From night walking and labyrinths to dérives and pyschogeography! Here you can read about and listen to a great range of speakers from a variety of research practices and disciplines.
Writer and Broadcaster and the London Perambulator, Nick Papadimitriou tells us about walking and journeys of the self.
A big thank you to everyone who participated in our multipliCities launch week! We had over 150 participants, 20 exhibitors and 15 speakers and we’re now working hard on harvesting and sharing all the assets created during this week. These will be collated and made available online soon.
We've got a great range of speakers for our academic workshop with Cass Business School on Monday 22nd April. See here for the line up and schedule.
Listen to Rob Berkeley, Director of the Runnyemede Trust and Dr Jan Sellers, labyrinth specialist, speakers at our multipliCities launch evening and collaborators on our upcoming series of events and workshops.
This April we're very excited to be working with Cass Business School to bring together leading academics, software developers, artists and urban explorers in a series of multipiCities events and workshops at Cass Business School. Click above for a summary of April’s schedule and for links to full details and booking information. All events are free of charge - we hope to see you there!
We've had some great #spacetoplace entries from arts and place-making project, 21 Artists. As more and more spaces across the London are privatized and fenced off, vacant or neglected, we’re very excited to see projects like this getting people involved in transforming spaces into places for creativity. Click above for more info and pics.
Our Space to Place Instagram competition is now open and we'll be sharing our favourite entries and talking to some of the placemaking organisation inspiring us. The London Mural Preservation Society are one of these with their commitment to preserving the once blank spaces transformed into canvases for storytelling by local artists and communities...
The first of our #mymultiplicity instagram comptitions is now open, and to help get us started we'll be sharing our favourite entries and talking to some of the placemaking organisation inspiring us. First up is a great entry from The Brick Box, a South London arts organisation and Community Interest Company committed to creating spaces where art, love and magic can flourish!