In Conversation with Melanca Clark and Allie Biswas

Foyle Rooms

Join us for an in conversation about pioneering artist Ed Clark, his work and his legacy with his daughter Melanca Clark and writer and editor, Allie Biswas.

Sunday 26 May 2024, 3:00

Sunday 26 May 2024, 3:00 - 4:15pm

Turner Contemporary Rendezvous, Margate, Kent CT9 1HG

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Following the launch of the exhibition Ed Clark, the artist’s daughter, Melanca Clark and writer and editor, Allie Biswas, join us for an in conversation about the pioneering artist, his work and his legacy.


  • 3.00  3.15pm: Welcome
  • 3.15  3.55pm: In Conversation 
  • 3.55  4.15pm: Q&A 

This event is British Sign Language interpreted. An interpreter will be standing next to the speakers and visible to attendees. They will interpret what is being discussed into BSL for d/Deaf and hard of hearing attendees.

The event will be filmed and released via Turner Contemporary’s digital channels.

Ed Clark is on from Saturday 25 May until Sunday 1 September 2024.

About Melanca Clark

Melanca Clark is a non-profit leader and has served as President and CEO of the Hudson-Webber Foundation from 2016 to 2023. Under Clark’s leadership, the Foundation contributed more than $40 million to nonprofit organizations moving the city of Detroit forward.

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About Allie Biswas

Allie Biswas is a writer and editor based in London. Her most recent publication is a collection of essays by the critic Larry Neal, ‘Any Day Now: Toward a Black Aesthetic’ (2024), which she edited.

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