Did you know that inspirare means to inhale in Latin? Think about it. City life is frenetic. You rush through your days reviewing mental to-do lists, ruminating about past conversations or fretting over future plans. And you probably spend more time online than sleeping. It’s no wonder you feel frazzled and creatively unfulfilled. If you feel you never have enough time to think, play, or create then a walkshop will help.
Having a social media meltdown? A digital burnout? One antidote is the series of Urban Curiosity Walkshops. Hit the streets with pen and paper and, most importantly, your attention span.
Reclaim time and headspace for what really matters to you.
Explore the streets with fresh perspective and boost your creative confidence. Words, concepts, pitches, plans, art, mind maps, arguments and ideas – any of these may follow. Whether you join a live walkshop in one of London’s neighbourhoods led by Clare Barry or choose the self-guided option, this experience will encourage you to:
- look up and not down into a glowing screen
- breathe deeply, make eye contact and be open to the possibility of a conversation with strangers
- learn how to reconnect with the urban environment through simple prompts and observational exercises
- depart with practical tips to reframe your digital life and get curious every day.
Remember this: a curious life is an extraordinary life!