The Landscapes for learning-workshop will explore needs and possibilities having to do with audiowalks as tools for learning and other forms of critical engagements with urban spaces. The workshop will open up a space wherein questions can be raised, ideas can be shared, future projects can be identified, and collaborations can be suggested.

The workshop will start with a round of presentations in which the participating organizations and individuals will talk about their experiences of doing different kinds of city walks, and identify one or more concrete needs for future work.

In order to create a common point of departure, please prepare by reading:
Toby Butler, “A walk of art: the potential of the sound walk as practice in cultural geogra-phy”, Social & Cultural Geography, Vol. 7, No. 6, December 2006: 889–908.

Dr. Butler will also be present to discuss the article with us.

The workshop is organized by the Institute for Studies in Malmö's History (IMH), the Institute for Urban Research (IUR), and the Museum of Movements (MoM).