John Higgs – Blake in Paradise

We were delighted to be joined by writer and counterculture historian John Higgs with an insider’s view of the life and work of creative genius of William Blake. In typical Campfire fashion, the show included graphical art and music selected by John Higgs in honour of the artist.

Suggested Content

  • LINK
    01:32

    Introduction to John Higgs, Writer & Counterculture Historian

    A scene set to John Higgs discussion with Nick Cox, discussing his recently published book William Blake vs The World. Higgs returned to explore Blake’s remarkable invention as poet, painter, and printmaker.

  • YOUTUBE
    14:50

    Campfire Presents: William Blake vs The World (Highlights)

    We were delighted to be joined by writer and counterculture historian John Higgs with an insider’s view of the life and work of creative genius of William Blake.Discussing his recently published book William Blake vs The World, Higgs returned to explore Blake’s remarkable invention as poet, painter, and printmaker. Although barely acknowledged in his lifetime, successive generations of artists and writers have sought inspiration from Blake’s incredible rich oeuvre of graphically illustrated Romantic poetry and treatises on politics and philosophy.In typical Campfire fashion, the show included graphical art and music selected by John Higgs in honour of the artist. John also sits down with writer, actress & theatre director Daisy Campbell for a chat on her one women play 'Pigspurt’s Daughter' and all things creative storytelling.

  • VIMEO
    00:29

    Campfire Presents: William Blake vs The World

    We were delighted to be joined by writer and counterculture historian John Higgs with an insider’s view of the life and work of creative genius of William Blake. In typical Campfire fashion, the show included graphical art and music selected by John Higgs in honour of the artist.

  • YOUTUBE
    14:50

    Campfire with John Higgs – Highlights

    We were delighted to be joined by writer and counterculture historian John Higgs with an insider’s view of the life and work of creative genius of William Blake. In typical Campfire fashion, the show included graphical art and music selected by John Higgs in honour of the artist.

  • Suggested Content

    LINK
    01:32

    A scene set to John Higgs discussion with Nick Cox, discussing his recently published book William Blake vs The World. Higgs returned to explore Blake’s remarkable invention as poet, painter, and printmaker.

    YOUTUBE
    14:50

    We were delighted to be joined by writer and counterculture historian John Higgs with an insider’s view of the life and work of creative genius of William Blake.Discussing his recently published book William Blake vs The World, Higgs returned to explore Blake’s remarkable invention as poet, painter, and printmaker. Although barely acknowledged in his lifetime, successive generations of artists and writers have sought inspiration from Blake’s incredible rich oeuvre of graphically illustrated Romantic poetry and treatises on politics and philosophy.In typical Campfire fashion, the show included graphical art and music selected by John Higgs in honour of the artist. John also sits down with writer, actress & theatre director Daisy Campbell for a chat on her one women play 'Pigspurt’s Daughter' and all things creative storytelling.

    VIMEO
    00:29

    We were delighted to be joined by writer and counterculture historian John Higgs with an insider’s view of the life and work of creative genius of William Blake. In typical Campfire fashion, the show included graphical art and music selected by John Higgs in honour of the artist.

    YOUTUBE
    14:50

    We were delighted to be joined by writer and counterculture historian John Higgs with an insider’s view of the life and work of creative genius of William Blake. In typical Campfire fashion, the show included graphical art and music selected by John Higgs in honour of the artist.