An Evening with John Wedgwood Clarke – part of Devon Open Studios

Event Date: 16th Sep 2022 - ####

Artizan Collective are pleased to welcome John Wedgwood Clarke to the gallery during its exhibition Above and Below.

Hosted by Prof Corinna Wagner, John will present a lively talk about his documentary on Cornwall’s Red River, including readings from his new work of poetry.

John Wedgwood Clarke is a poet, prose nonfiction writer, editor, researcher, presenter and lecturer in Creative Writing at the University of Exeter. He is part of a number of large, funded projects on the environment, sustainability and climate change.

About Above and Below

As part of Devon Open Studios 2022 we are delighted to host castings and other artefacts from the Time and Tide Bell initiative and to host a programme of performances, readings and workshops, in partnership with Prof Corinna Wagner (University of Exeter) on a project supported by the UK Climate Resilience Programme and the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC).

Alongside this we’re hosting a curated show of new works that respond to the themes celebrated by the bells, as well as their warning about rising sea levels, flooding, and coastal erosion.

16 September 7 – 8.30 pm

Artizan Collective

74 Fleet Street



Free entry – Ticket Holders only