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Ruskin Walks in Ramsgate and beyond

We are delighted to announce five Ruskin Walks in the early summer, with a commission from the UpDown Gallery in Ramsgate, Kent to undertake four walks in the surrounding area.  We will be returning to Leighton House, Holland Park Road … Continue reading

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5 years since the inaugural Ruskin Walk in Camberwell

On Wednesday 11 July, Martin Fidler undertook a reprise of the Ruskin Walk that was commissioned by the Camberwell Festival of Arts in 2007.  Since the original ‘Drawing the Ruskin Walk’ took place, the Ruskin Walk has developed in ways … Continue reading

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Ruskin’s take on planning

Planners from the Bartlett School at University College London accompanied Martin Fidler, creator of the Ruskin Walk, on an investigation around the residential streets of East Dulwich, Herne Hill and Camberwell in June. After the exertions of undertaking PhDs in … Continue reading

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A Ruskin Summer

As a finale to the Chelsea Garden Show Fringe Festival how about venturing to the Ruskin Theatre Garden in Croydon, to join East Dulwich artist Martin Fidler and Andrew Stuck on a Ruskin Walk at 3.00pm on Sunday 10 June? … Continue reading

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Ruskin in Dulwich

It is a tribute to the continuing influence of John Ruskin that a bunch of apparently sane people will voluntarily spend a cold, damp December afternoon walking around London looking at cobbles and tracing the fossils in Portland Roach stone, … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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