Explore Shalesmoor and Kelham Island, one of Sheffield’s most interesting areas, through an afternoon workshop of walks and mapping.

The focus is on ways of interpreting the city; What draws you to particular elements of the city? Why do you feel uncomfortable walking down a particular stretch of the road? Why are there streets where one side is derelict and another is full of new developments?

The workshop will investigate the hidden coding of the area by mapping and juxtaposing descriptive sensual observations and factual, numerical data that is usually hidden from our eye.

Open to people from all disciplines & backgrounds
No experience necessary.

The workshop is free but places are limited. Please book a place here.

The work produced during the workshop will be exhibited as part of the plastiCities summer series.

Saturday 12th May
12:00 start
@ CADS, 7 Smithfield, S3 7AR
A free lunch will be provided.