The coyote walk itinerancy is an annual small-group trek out of New York City led by artist Dillon de Give. The project began in 2009, inspired by Hal, one of the first wild coyotes to appear in the city. The itinerancy begins in Central Park and remains within sight of a coyote-like path for three days before ending in a relatively wild area.
It is collaborative research, a retreat (in an almost literal sense), or a mindful holiday. Prospective fellow walkers may share an interest in related subjects, such as urban planning, folk/visual/movement/social arts, biology or other natural sciences. Participants must be prepared for a strenuous walk (approx. 15 miles per day) and for sleeping outside. Please note, differently abled walkers are encouraged to be in touch.
* 2017 Dates: 4/1 – 4/3
Submissions for the 2017 itinerancy have now closed. Any questions, please email yahoo (at) implausibot (dot) com