If anyone still dares to doubt that women are active in the field of psychogeography, events this September should put them right.
From 8th-10th September, head over to the Fourth World Congress of Psychogeography in Huddersfield for a weekend of walks, talks and workshops, where you can fall into step with walking women practitioners including LRM’s Morag Rose, film-maker Annie Watson, artist Ally Standing and Suzanne Elliot of Walk the Talk collective. If you feel like joining in with some misguided heritage to mark this year’s Heritage Open Days, join my Mishtory Tour on Saturday or Sunday: book your free place here.
It’s a short train ride from there to the RC21 conference in Leeds, taking place from 11th – 13th September. Catch up again with Morag Rose, whose session ‘More Than Pedestrian: Psychogeography, Creative Walking and Spatial Justice’ will take place during the morning of Tuesday 12th September.