The ninth Whitstable Biennale is its first as an Arts Council England national portfolio organisation and this year sees film and performance works that respond to a theme of displacement inspired by Deborah Levy’s novel, Swimming Home. Dany Louise reports from the unique nine-day art festival on the north Kent coast.
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For just 10 days, the Whitstable Biennale transforms the seaside town on the Kent coast with its intelligent art-led approach and unusual new commissions. Dany Louise reports from a biennial like no other.
Venue:The New Inn Pub
Date:June 09, 2016 at 07:30 PM
The seventh Whitstable Biennale opened on Saturday with a variety of one-off performances and a series of new film commissions. Dany Louise reports from the small fishing town on the Kent coast.
The 7th Whitstable Biennale launches this weekend with a programme of performances, moving image, talks by and on the sea – and its own app.
Full programme details for the 7th Whitstable Biennale, featuring over 30 artists, have been announced.
Artists Louisa Martin and Rachel Reupke have been announced winners of the Whitstable Biennale 2014 Open Submission Award.
As Whitstable Biennale draws to a close this weekend, we talk to its director Sue Jones and explore how the town informs the art.
Tides of visual art hit the Kent coast this September for Whitstable’s major arts festival.