Turner Contemporary, Margate, South East, United Kingdom
Led by Turner Contemporary and Visit Kent with Cement Fields, Creative Folkestone, De La Warr Pavilion, Hastings Contemporary, Metal, and Towner Eastbourne, England’s Creative Coast is a new outdoor cultural experience running from 1 May - 12 November 2021.
Please join us for the official launch of England's Creative Coast.
Thursday, 29 April at 2 pm (GMT)
RSVP required: http://bit.ly/ECCLaunchRSVP
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About England's Creative Coast
England’s Creative Coast is a landmark project between seven outstanding arts organisations — Cement Fields, Creative Folkestone, De La Warr Pavilion, Hastings Contemporary, Metal, Towner Eastbourne and Turner Contemporary — to create a new outdoor cultural experience that connects art with landscape and local stories with global perspectives.
It brings together the Waterfronts commissions, curated by Tamsin Dillon, and the world’s first art GeoTour, with each partner presenting their own section of the project and a local engagement programme at its heart.
- Turner Contemporary presents Michael Rakowitz: ‘April is the cruellest month’ | Margate, 1 May – 12 November
- Cement Fields presents Jasleen Kaur: ‘The first thing I did was to kiss the ground’ | Gravesend, 22 May – 12 November (launching with Estuary 2021)
- Metal presents Katrina Palmer: ‘Hello’ and ‘Retreat’ | Southend-on-Sea, 22 May – 12 November (launching with Estuary 2021)
- De La Warr Pavilion presents Holly Hendry: ‘Invertebrate’ | Bexhill-on-Sea, 29 May – 12 November
- Hastings Contemporary presents Andreas Angelidakis: ‘Seawall’ | Hastings, 29 May – 12 November
- Towner Eastbourne presents Mariana Castillo Deball: ‘Walking through the town I followed a pattern on the pavement that became the magnified silhouette of a woman’s profile’ | Eastbourne, 29 May – 12 November
- Creative Folkestone presents Pilar Quinteros: ‘Janus Fortress Folkestone’ | Folkestone, 29 May – 12 November 2021 (featuring in the 2021 Folkestone Triennial, ‘The Plot’)
England’s Creative Coast is led by Turner Contemporary and Visit Kent, and principally funded by Arts Council England and VisitEngland through the Discover England Fund.
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