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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...


About The Prize, established in 2021

Vanessa Kisuule by Nikki Price

Our one-day festival became a 2-day festival!

Thee Droods perform

Welcome to 
Cloisterham festival

We set up a one-day literary festival in Rochester Castle Gardens, 2021


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. 


We set up 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.


We set up a new 2-day poetry festival for Rainham.

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. 

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