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Wordsmithery has particular expertise in managing small to large-scale literary

and arts projects; from devising and managing the entire project,

to delivering the communications and engagement aspects of a project.

Text-art exhibitions to; festivals, podcasts, live literary events, poetry walks, arts management and print production...


A new 10-day literary festival throughout Medway.


Wordsmithery made a podcast and zine for this Medway Council project.

poster for The Empty Chair

The Empty


Our literary activities in Medway for Dickens One Fifty, including our Poetry Trail. 

Barry delivers a Cabbage Island sign

Cabbage Island; heritage project

We project managed this HLF funded local history project for Icon Theatre. 

Bill Lewis reads at the launch.

'Re:imagining Shakespeare'

Our text-art collaborative project, 2016, on a Shakespearean theme.

Grafitti in Chatham.

'Letters Home';

text-art project 

Love letters to the places we call home. 2012's text-art collaboration.


A new 2-day festival for Rainham at St Margaret's Church.

Tendayi Sutherland singing

Greetings from

We presented a Chatham Miscellany; music, storytelling, poetry and drama.

Crafternoon poster


for creatives

Our 6-month trial wellbeing get together for those working in the creative industries. 


A Tale Of A Few Cities 
Heretics 2020-21 

Our text-art collaborative project, 2020-21, online only for the first time 

Aidan Hehir reads at the launch.

'The road not taken'; exhibition and launch

Our text-art collaborative project, 2015, inspired by Robert Frost's poem. 

Cover of 23 Submarines book

Print production management

Publishing and print production management of books and magazines. 

Vanessa Kisuule by Nikki Price

Welcome to Cloisterham festival 2022

A 2-day literary festival in Rochester.

Thee Droods perform

Welcome to 
Cloisterham festival

Wordsmithery's 2021 one-day literary festival in Rochester Castle Gardens


Confluence: Plant; Grow; Nurture

Our ACE funded year-long project to enthuse and infuse Medway with words


'Revolutions'; text-art exhibition 

Our text-art collaborative project, 2017, on the theme of revolutions. 

Nigel Adams' artwork for the exhibition.

'Mad, bad, and dangerous to know...'

Our text-art collaborative project, 2014, writing inspired by Byron. 

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