• SCSP Funding awarded

    SCSP Funding awarded

    We are delighted to announce another year’s support for our continued walking based programme from Smarter Choices, Smarter Places Fund (Paths for All’s programme to increase active and sustainable travel […]

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  • Journey Lines: Making and Breaking Places

    Journey Lines: Making and Breaking Places

    Our recording of last week’s live event is ready to view from here Journey Lines brought together discussion around path making and place making, to consider tourism and access along our […]

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  • Slow Coast 500

    Slow Coast 500

    CLAUDIA ZEISKE’S Slow Coast 500 is a long-distance walk from Dunnet Head to Berwick-upon-Tweed along the entire coast of the North Sea in Scotland. The project borrows its name from the North […]

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  • Walking Maps

    Walking Maps

    The maps detail a number of the planted apple trees with details of each location and the tree variety arranged together around a circular walking route. Drawings and text – […]

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  • Braid Walk

    Braid Walk

    A series of monthly walks with two additional workshopsApril to September 2023 Walking from mouth to source along three adjoining burns: Figgate, Braid and Bonaly, these walks took their inspiration […]

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  • The School of Pedestrian Culture

    The School of Pedestrian Culture

    During LUCAS PRIEST’S residency with Art Walk Projects’ ‘Climate Cafe’ the School will become an expanded walking forum featuring contributions from artists Iman Tajik and Johanna Koen. Drawing from the […]

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  • Craigmillar & Communities Walking Residency

    Craigmillar & Communities Walking Residency

    Artist+curator Jonathan Baxter has been working with communities in Craigmillar & surrounding areas since 2021 to explore a range of approaches that embed an ecological way of thinking about Craigmillar’s […]

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  • PERIPHERI: tending to corners

    PERIPHERI: tending to corners

    During winter through to summer 2021-22, artists Elise Ashby and Stephanie Whitelaw designed and delivered a series of monthly art walks, exploring peripheral sites on the edge of Portobello. The […]

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  • PORT


    5 ARTISTS . 5 COASTS . 5 WATERS . 5 SALTS Artist/curator Rosy Naylor invited five artists to come together and share dialogue around their walking habitats at a time […]

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  • Walking in the Footsteps of Time

    Walking in the Footsteps of Time

    Parade and Circular Walk as part of the Craigmillar & Niddrie Festival 2023

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  • Walksy Walking App

    Walksy Walking App

    A new walking app conceived by Art Walk’s founder, Rosy Naylor, was launched with a led-walk around Portobello’s changing urban environment during May 2021. ‘Walksy.’ (or Walk & See) offers […]

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  • Footprint


    During 2019 five artists were commissioned to develop walking and cycling routes that explored local, everyday landscapes and neighbourhoods: Chris Dooks, Alec Finlay, Deirdre Macleod, Holger Mohaupt and Suzie Parry. […]

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