Join writer Ellen Wiles to explore the ideas in Crali's manifesto Musical Words: Alphabet in Freedom, discuss the power of poetry and art to effect social change, and experiment with imaginative writing in response to selected poems, sounds, and works in the exhibition.

£20, £17 members.

For any enquiries please contact Jenny on education@estorickcollection.com

About the artist Ellen Wiles is a writer, lecturer, literary anthropologist and curator. She is the author of The Invisible Crowd (2017), Saffron Shadows (2015), and a forthcoming book, Live Literature. She is a Lecturer in Creative Writing at Exeter University and regularly leads writing workshops in gallery spaces. www.ellenwiles.com

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