Opening in autumn 2020, we are delighted to present a solo exhibition by artist Sara Barker that will include new work made by Barker for the exhibition. Find out more here

Throughout 2020, we are making a number of films available to watch online, which we will launch with a communal viewing and a live discussion. Find out what’s next and how you can watch here

Watch the performance of a collection of newly-commissioned poetry written by members of 12: a collective of women writers and recorded at CAMPLE LINE in response to Helen Mirra’s exhibition Acts for placing woollen and linen

Learn more about our digital publication and online project led by Victoria Miguel : 14 participants – John Cage’s process of ‘writing through’ – letters exchanged between writers Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson – 191 new mesostic poems  

Watch a talk by Dr David Borthwick that considers walking as practice, as well as issues of access and accessibility – given on Thurs 10 September in response to our recent exhibition Helen Mirra’s Acts for placing woollen and linen   

Why not join us on Zoom for our next Book Group read: Jenny Erpenbeck’s Go, Went, Gone (2018, New Directions, 286 pages, paperback)
Wednesday 7 October, 7-8.30pm
Please email us if you would like to join
info@campleline.org.uk

You can check out our latest 15 Reads, selected and described by Jane McArthur, the chair of our Programme Group. Touching on all corners of the world, Jane’s list of suggested reads includes Patrick Chamoiseau, Colum McCAnn, Mu Xin, Derek Jarman and more.

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