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Under our feet...
There are a couple more opportunities this December to step out in the character of John Ruskin on an exploratory walk in Camberwell and Clerkenwell, with visual artist Martin Fidler and Rethinking Cities’ Andrew Stuck.
Calls for further Ruskin Walks after the success of the three walks undertaken this summer have been heard, and Martin and Andrew have devised new routes in these two contrasting neighbourhoods for Ruskin Walk participants to sharpen their urban interrogation skills.
The Ruskin Walks have taken on a geological theme to determine what goes on beneath our feet, and why the buildings surrounding us, were built of what they were.
To take part is just £12 for each walk and on line booking is essential for both walks:
Clerkenwell Cobbles takes place from 2.30pm on Thursday 1 December and starts from the courtyard of 75 Cowcross Street EC1M 6EL, minutes from Farringdon station http://ruskingeologywalk3.eventbrite.com/
Camberwell Kerbs begins at Denmark Hill station at 2.00pm on Saturday 10 December http://ruskingeologywalk4.eventbrite.com/
Date added: 20 November 2011
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