Time-walks


Led and narrated by MoreArt Artist in Residence Jessie Stanley these contemplative walks through the streets of Brunswick illuminated how Brunswick has evolved over time and space. Each Time-walk traced the narrative of Brunswick’s clay deposits: evident in its buildings, place names and aural history - and uncovered their instrumental role in shaping Brunswick into the place we experience today.  


Time-walk 01:

Jewell Station to Gilpin Park

Key concepts explored: Place, cosmology, geology, evolution of Brunswick’s brick industry, Hoffman’s brickworks, clay mining, cultural identity.

Duration: 45mins, moderate paced easy walking, some stairs. 

Location: The walk commenced from Jewell Station, at the Community Garden (located to the east of the station entrance on the city-bound platform side) 

Suitable for adults and teens (15yrs+).

Download the script
(The script was recited by Jessie Stanley at each stop en-route, and is accessible here for individuals to read. For future artist-led Time-walks please direct enquiries to post@jessiestanley.com)    


Time-walk 02:

Clifton Park to Silurian turbidites

Key concepts explored: Place, cosmology, geology, Brunswick’s brick industry forming the fabric of the community, Hoffman’s brickworks, housing, people.

Duration: 45mins, moderate paced easy walking. 

Location: The walk commenced at Clifton Park, Brunswick - from the pedestrian entrance at Albert Street.  

Suitable for adults and teens (15yrs+).

Download the script 
(The script was recited by Jessie Stanley at each stop en-route, and is accessible here for individuals to read. For future artist-led Time-walks please direct enquiries to post@jessiestanley.com)