Join Ali for 3 months of creative and outdoors activity in and around 100 miles of stunning Wiltshire landscape and eight white horses.

The programme launched at The Wiltshire Museum on 31 May, followed by 8 creative walks, where participants document their journeys gathering sounds and images along the way. Artists Ali Pretty and Richard White will be in residence in July and August at The Wiltshire Museum creating an immersive installation opening on 15 August inspired by the walks. It all culminates in a public 100 mile walk around The White Horse Trail over the bank holiday weekend generating an online story and live link back to the installation. Silk ‘escape maps’ created with the community will be presented on the walk and on 31 August at The Devizes Carnival
Cherill-White-Horse---Photo-credit---Mike-Johnston

The programme launched at The Wiltshire Museum on 31 May, followed by 8 creative walks, where participants document their journeys gathering sounds and images along the way. Artists Ali Pretty and Richard White will be in residence in July and August at The Wiltshire Museum creating an immersive installation opening on 15 August inspired by the walks. It all culminates in a public 100 mile walk around The White Horse Trail over the bank holiday weekend generating an online story and live link back to the installation. Silk ‘escape maps’ created with the community will be presented on the walk and on 31 August at The Devizes Carnival

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FREEDOM ON MY DOORSTEP

An Installation created by Ali Pretty and Richard White

Opening 15 August 6pm (eventbrite booking)

On show 16 Aug -31 August Museum Opening times

In 2012 The Ageas International Salisbury Festival commissioned Ali for a 7 day walk around the White Horse Trail. At the same time Richard was working on a commission for Wiltshire Council, The Ridgeway Project; Richard was co-creating a mobile app and an installation for the new County Hall in Trowbridge based on the work of Fay Godwin. Their paths literally crossed, they shared ideas and approaches, Richard joined the walk. This installation is inspired by the journey that began on the Imber Range and

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ended along the Wansdyke Way, it takes an audience through an installation of silk hangings animated by images and sounds from the walk last year and the June Walks 2013

8 White Horses Walk

EIGHT WHITE HORSES – 100 MILES

5 day walk 22-26 August

Participants are invited to join Ali and Richard on this five-day 100 mile walk. You can join for the entire walk, booking into accommodation all the way round, or sign up for a day.

From the arts of walking and talking, contemplation and celebration, to sound art and digital photography; along the way, together we will be making art. We aim to capture some moments of the walking experience and use social media to share it.

26 August – Meet the long distance walkers as they enter into Devizes

31 The Devizes Carnival

Register interest here ali@alipretty.co.uk and we’ll send you details or sign up on the Museum website

Details on Wiltshire Museum’s website
Twitter: Walk Wiltshire

Facebook: WalkingWiltshiresWhiteHorses

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