Folkestone Triennial 2014 attracts 135,000 visitors

Audience numbers increased from 51,000 in 2008 and 103,000 in 2011 to 135,000 in 2014   2014 saw the third edition of the UK’s most ambitious public arts project, and it could be argued that it was the biggest and … Read more…

Thoughts on Dwelling

Throughout the Triennial our hosting team will be writing blog posts about their day-to-day experiences of life at Folkestone Triennial 2014. Dan Addison has some thoughts about Krijn de Koning’s Dwelling… Many thoughts will pop into a Host’s head during … Read more…

Clay Steps

Throughout the Triennial our hosting team will be writing blog posts about their day-to-day experiences of life at Folkestone Triennial 2014. Liz Parker has written a poem inspired by Andy Goldsworthy… Clay Hands An entrance greeted by a gentle probing pulse, … Read more…

Gold Rush!

Throughout the Triennial our hosting team will be writing blog posts about their day-to-day experiences of life at Folkestone Triennial 2014. The first post is by Host Dan Addison on the announcement of Michael Sailstorfers piece…. I heard about the … Read more…

BOSCO elected members visit the Triennial from Boulogne

A beautiful sunny day in Folkestone set the scene for welcoming four French elected members from Boulogne, accompanied by Lynn Dockar (manager of the Boulogne and Shepway Co-operation Association). Following a guided tour of Triennial highlights they all said they had a … Read more…

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