A Long Walk-to-Walk
This event has ended. It was scheduled for 10/3/2021.
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday Oct. 3Meet and end at Anchorage Museum Lawn
Take a long, non-linear walk, starting from the Anchorage Museum’s front lawn.
Follow artist Simonetta Mignano in crossing the varied city’s environments, where a series of predefined landmarks become the points of reference and the playgrounds for practicing forms of listening and presence in the urban space. Participants will be encouraged to engage with their environment in guided ways throughout the day.
This long walk-to-walk is approximately 6-7 hour-long; dress in layers for the weather, waterproof shoes are recommended, and bring a lunch, water and snacks as desired. It is necessary to be able to walk on different kinds of terrains and elevations, bend over and jump. Group limited in capacity; registration required.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Simonetta Mignano is an artist and curator living in Anchorage, Alaska. She primarily works in participatory practices using different mediums. She is the founder of the art gallery Bivy, and co-founder of the School of Nonfunctional Studies. She practices and facilitates Deep Listening®. In 2019-2020 she was awarded a Seed Lab Fellowship at the Anchorage Museum.