The Urban Curiosity Walkshop
Did you know inspirare means inhale in Latin? Think about it. You live in a city addicted to speed. You’re always busy. You probably spend more time online than sleeping.
It’s no wonder you feel frazzled and uninspired. If you feel you never have enough time to think, play, or create, then the Urban Curiosity Walkshop will help.
The original walkshop was a two-hour part creativity session, part digital detox – on foot in London. Today, it is a short manageable programme for busy people everywhere who want to live a thoughtful and creatively fulfilling life now, not when retirement arrives. This is your invitation to slow down, unplug and spark ideas.
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 – Time Out London
Walk up and feel alive. Enjoy tiny experiments in daily delight. Engage with your surroundings and to boost your creative confidence. Words, concepts, pitches, travel plans, art, mind maps, arguments and ideas – any of these may follow. Are you in?
The Urban Curiosity founder was far from the tie-dyed, dread-locked ‘I spent one week in an Ashram’ mindfulness leader I had been expecting. She was an everyday Londoner, someone who had been there, done that and could talk to us without being condescending. The tips she gave us were easily applicable and relatable to everyday life – Design My Night
STARTS: 1 AUGUST
DURATION: 3 WEEKS
SIGN-UP FROM: 19 JULY