Join artist Hayley Harrison for an interactive walk at dusk through Peterborough city centre. Following on from a previous workshop, we will project text created by participants that reflect what we want or need, or simply how we feel about what is needed to remake and reconnect the landscapes and communities around us.
You don’t need to have attended the previous session to get involved.
The walk will finish in the garden where there will be a chance for reflection and discussion over the calls that were made.
Book your free place here.
About Hayley Harrison
Hayley Harrison works with people, performance, alternative photography, text and projected moving image. They work directly outside or in response to urban landscapes. They invite local communities to celebrate their green spaces and places we call home, finding specific questions relevant to places we inhabit, and beings we share space with in that moment. Hayley also holds space for loss, and sorrow in response to the ecological crisis and consequential collective and personal grief.
Strong Bonds for a Fragile Planet
Strong Bonds for a Fragile Planet will bring together artists and curious people through walks, talks, dinners and workshops to consider what we need at a time when the world feels fragile in many ways.
Inspired by ideas from the book ‘Radical Intimacy’ by Sophie K. Rosa, Strong Bonds for a Fragile Planet will explore the themes of home and refuge, the idea of rest and solidarity, community and connection through a varied series of events.
Strong Bonds for a Fragile Planet will take place as a selection of WALKS, TALKS, DINNERS and WORKSHOPS with plenty of ways to get involved.
You can find out more about the programme here.