Join key players shaping today’s thinking about the role art plays in the public domain.
Location: Quarterhouse, Folkestone (and concurrently at Foyle Rooms: Turner Contemporary)
Start Time: 14:00pm
In recent years coastal Kent has become the focus of regeneration through cultural enterprise. Taking the second Folkestone Triennial and the launch of Turner Contemporary as a starting point this talk will examine the cultural value of site-responsive artistic practice. This talk brings together key players who are shaping today’s thinking about the role art plays in the public domain.
In Folkestone: Triennial Project Coordinator Jennifer Thatcher with artists A K Dolven, Adam Chodzko and Brigitte Orasinski: Strange Cargo. Chaired in Margate by Claire Doherty from Situations and exhibiting artist Ellen Harvey, Director of Stour Valley Arts Sandra Drew and artist Jessica Voorsanger. Making Art Public in partnership with Turner Contemporary.
The event is free but booking is advisable. Please click here to book your place.