Ruskin Walks in December

You are invited to step out in the character of John Ruskin, author of The Stones of Venice, on the last in the current series of walks led by Martin Fidler and Andrew Stuck, which investigate the historic neighbourhoods of London. Discover what’s under your feet and embedded in the buildings around you.  During the walk you will learn about techniques that Ruskin used to interrogate his surroundings and be encouraged to exchange ideas and share discoveries.

 The walks have been made possible through the support of the Geologists Associations’ Curry Fund. Each walk will last between 90 minutes and 2 hours, and participants will receive their own unique hand-assembled visual journal in which to record observations.

 

There is a participation fee of £12 o join the walk – on-line booking is essential as places are limited and filling up fast! Just follow the link below.

We look forward to seeing you on a Ruskin Walk.

Camberwell Kerbs: 2.00pm Saturday 10 December from Denmark Hill station: http://ruskingeologywalk4.eventbrite.com/

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