Anne-Marie CULHANE and Earthwalking
On 14 and 15 July Anne-Marie CULHANE devises the event Earthwalking, a two-day journey walking the East-Devon Coast.
This event is part of an Exeter Enquires residency co-ordinated by Arts & Culture at Exeter University and supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. For this residency Anne-Marie Culhane has been working with Tim Lenton (Professor of Climate Change), Dr.Luke Mander and Tom Powell in Earth System Science at the University of Exeter.
Earthwalking reflects Anne-Marie Culhane’s passion for designing creative, interdisciplinary projects. Her practice includes creating events that bring people together to share experiences and different perspectives in response to places and ecological concerns or questions, in order to bring us closer to the land and each other. The shape of this event has emerged from conversations, discussions, reading and shared time on the coast path with the academics and with people who live and work in the area.
Tickets are £25 (this includes camping, vegetarian evening meal and breakfast). The cost is £15 if you are not staying at the campsite. This sum is not refundable. Click here to book your ticket online.
A high demand for places is expected so please book early to ensure a place. Once you have booked you will receive further information by email about what to bring, transport etc. via the initiative.