A new art exhibition by FAC artists titled ‘Red’ launches 23rd November at the Sassoon Gallery, Folkestone Library. The show runs until 31st December this year, and entry to the gallery is free during library opening hours.
Sassoon Gallery, Folkestone Library, 2 Grace Hill, Folkestone CT20 1HD
FAC artists showcase their recent artworks with a pop-up gallery in the heart of Folkestone’s Creative Quarter:
1/5/15 – 17/5/15
at 52 The Old High St. Folkestone CT20 1RN
open daily 10am-5pm (except Monday 11/5) and free entry.
Malcom Allen – http://www.whelkboy.co.uk
Mike Tedder – http://www.miketedder.com
Kamilla Sztyber – http://www.kamillasztyber.co.uk
Phyllis McDowell – http://www.phyllismcdowell.com
Maggie Holder – http://www.romaartglass.com
Allison Esson – http://www.facebook.com/PuddleStudio
Catherine Farr – http://www.catherinefarr.co.uk
Steve Harris – http://www.greyharesolutions.co.uk
The FAC is planning a number of Triennial Fringe events developed from members ideas to actively engage together to create the projects and compliment the main theme. Although we are still finalising details we will be installing and performing:-
• INFINITY – SUNRISE/SUNSET
A sculptural installation set on the hilltops between Sugar Loaf Hill and Samphire Hoe that depicts the passage of the sun throughout the day.
• THE TOURIST
Sculptures and images of the aliens derived from H.G. Wells “War of the Worlds” created around the town.
• LUX AETERNA
A star map created by placing star names and images in specific locations, photographing them and mapping their positions.
• BARCODE ME
An image of a bar code created on the beach using black and white pebbles collected from the fore shore. This will be photographed and filmed as it is created and as the tide washes it away.
We are looking for members and non-members to get involved with these art projects to make them happen. With the “Infinity – Sunrise/Sunset” and “The Tourist” projects we require arc-welders or sculptors in metalwork. Attached is a picture of the Tripod alien depicted in “War of The Worlds” and how it could look in Folkestone. It is hoped that the HG Wells Festival might take this onboard and the organisers are being contacted. A 23 foot tripod sculpture was erected in 1988 in Woking where HG Wells is said to have lived while writing War of the Worlds. HG Wells did live in Sandgate as well documented and hence the HG Wells Festival in Folkestone.
For further details or information please contact:
kamilla.1@hotmail or firstname.lastname@example.org
Folkestone Arts Collective: An exhibition – Yellow
21.03.11 – 30.04.11
Romney Marsh Visitor Centre
Opening times in March:
Friday – Monday 10am – 4.30pm
April Wed closed 10am – 4.30pm
contact tel: 01797 369 487
30th October – 19th November 2010
Members of the Folkestone Arts Collective will be exhibiting at the PecheArt Gallery this Autumn.
PecheArt Gallery is based in Sandgate, near Folkestone, Kent and showcases original work by some of the most talented artists across the South of England, Canada and France.
55 Sandgate High Street, Sandgate CT20 3AH
Exhibition contact: Wendy van Halderen-Moss tel. 07515 879322
Click to download a poster here.
A new exhibition of art and photography by members of the Folkestone Arts Collective (FAC) opens on April 1st at Googies Art Cafe, in Rendezvous Street, Folkestone.
We are particularly excited about this event because it is not only our first exhibition of this decade, but also our first public event representing the new ‘Folkestone Arts Collective’. www.folkestoneartists.org.uk
Come along and browse new and fabulous work by our artists, while enjoying the wonderful ambience and hospitality of Googies, with a selection of good food, fine wines and beers. There is free entry to the exhibition, which continues until April 28th, and is open during the cafe’s normal trading hours.
15 Rendezvous Street, Folkestone CT20 1EY – 01303 246 188 – www.googies.co.uk
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