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Whitstable Satellite 1st — 16th September 2012

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CONTENTS

5 INTRODUCTION SATELLITE ARTISTS 7 17Percent 8 Banner Repeater Nina Power and Jesse Darling 9 Craig Barnes 10 Josie Bassett 11 Bronwen Buckeridge 12 Kev Clarke 13 Lorena Carbajal 14 Joseph Coelho and John O’leary 15 Corkman with Jon Hone on horn and Rob Hindley on drum 16 Louis D’Heudieres and Jammie Nicholas

21 Alex Dipple, Dom Elsner, Barbara Gamper, Sam Giles, A.M. Hanson, Elspeth Hart, Jane Howard, Max Kimber, Michael Kplus, Alana Lake, Jonathan Lill, Louisa Love, Scarlett Pimlott- Brown, The Rack, Dan Szor, Richard Torry, Kraig Wilson, Mr. Woodcock. 22 A fabulous formation of fastidious filmic facilitators.

39 Jane Pitt 40 Emrys Plant and Tom Swift 41 Heidi Plant 42 Colin Priest

24 Margherita Gramegna 25 Julia Groves

44 Estelle Rosenfeld in collaboration with Ghazoan Ali

26 Magz Hall

45 Susan Shaw

27 Katie Hare and Lizzy Rose

46 Clare Smith

28 Triona Holden

47 Jeffrey Stockbridge

29 Irena Kalodera and Henrietta Simson

48 Annie Taylor

30 Natalie Kay

18 Rosalind Davis and Annabel Tilley

32 Louisa Love, Penny Murchison and Janet Wells-Cutler

Dolores de Sade, Katie Saxby Helen Ashton, Amy Jowett, Leonora Saunders, Eleanor Rogers

38 Elspeth Penfold

43 Julia Riddiough

31 Alexandra Leadbeater

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37 Alice Pattullo

23 Annette Fry, Robin Berry

17 Janet Dance

19 Dolores de Sade, ARE

36 Christian Patracchini

49 Clare Tindall 50 Satellite Members’ Screening 51 Steve Wheeler 52 Liz Zumin

33 Julie Mecoli 34 Angela Malone

54 – 59 EVENT LISTINGS

35 Nicole Mollett

61 – 65 ADVERTS


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Welcome to the 2012 Whitstable Satellite. As ever the Satellite Programme is packed full of a range of practices showcasing the depth of artistic talent brewing in East Kent and beyond. Over 50 artist projects are taking place throughout Whitstable over two weeks. Some projects are quiet and subtle, taking place at dawn on The Street at Tankerton Beach, or are to be chanced upon in shop windows or on lampposts. Other projects welcome wider engagement and invite you to participate in aural flash mobs, sing along to shanties or be led on a journey of local folklore. The defining aspect of the Satellite is that its diversity and range of practices make it impossible to categorise. The programme features artists of all ages and practices including filmmakers, photographers, writers, musicians and painters. The one thing that does link all of these projects is that they are all built into the fabric of Whitstable. Finding space to exhibit work can be a challenge, meaning that many of the projects are incorporated into the architecture and landscape of the town. Artists occupying the empty waiting room at the train station, films projected onto the side of the Neptune pub, prints and postcards found in Harbour Street shop windows, videos displayed in St Peter’s Church and a concert performed in someone’s living room are just some of the many projects that will be dotted throughout the town. This is the Whitstable Biennale’s sixth edition, and the Satellite has grown more exciting and diverse with each year. The Satellite has been an occasion for artists from Whitstable as well as throughout Kent and beyond to come together to show their work, meet other artists and take advantage of the open platform to take risks and experiment within their own practice. In a bid to carry on the momentum of the Satellite throughout the year, we have established the Satellite Artists’ Membership Scheme. The scheme provides artists with various opportunities to develop their practices through trips, talks, networking events, professional development workshops and exhibiting opportunities throughout the year. We have already this year visited Spike Island and the Arnolfini in Bristol, and look forward to hosting curators from the ICA and Turner Contemporary during the Satellite for curatorial visits. This year’s programme looks to be as vibrant and diverse as ever, and we hope that you enjoy exploring Whitstable through the spectrum of the Satellite. Kate Phillimore Assistant Curator www.whitstablesatellite.com

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17Percent 17percent.wordpress.com

12th September 7pm (starts 7.30pm) The Horsebridge Centre Café, 11 Horsebridge Road, CT5 1AF £5/£4concs

‘She Writes presents…’ short plays by women on the theme of art. Currently only 17% of plays produced in the UK are written by women. If all the plays we see are told from one point of view, we only see one side of the story. 17Percent is an organisation which aims to show the other side of the story by supporting and promoting UK-based female playwrights. She Writes is 17Percent’s showcase night of short plays by women, a place where women writer’s voices can be heard. Since the night was founded in 2011, we have showcased the work of over 30 writers.

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Banner Repeater Nina Power Jesse Darling www.bannerrepeater.org

15th and 16th September 12am – 6pm Whitstable train station waiting room

Banner Repeater: UN-PUBLISH Reading room and project space. BANNER REPEATER is a reading room dedicated to artists’ publications, and a project space, sited in a working station environment on platform 1 at Hackney Downs train station, London. Whitstable is notable in having the world’s first steamhauled passenger and freight railway service. Two new issues of Banner Repeaters artists writing serial publication: “UN-PUBLISH” Nina Power 2.02: “A pamphlet about a book about a blog”. Jesse Darling 2.03: “Underlogue”. will be distributed for free from the station waiting room, amongst a selection of artists publications from the archive for browsing.


Craig Barnes www.craigbarnes.co.uk

1st September – Summer 2014 Various locations

Whitstable Sew-on-Patch To coincide with the 2012 Biennale, Barnes has produced an embroidered sew-on-patch. Featuring the Biennale Pavilion, a temporary structure by artist Kieren Reed, framed by the picturesque Whitstable seafront, the sew-on-patch is ideal for affixing to bags, jackets, shirts or rucksacks. Available to buy in the Pavilion shop for the sixteen days of the Biennale, it’s also for sale in shops throughout the town for two years. Part of an ongoing series by the artist, each sew-on-patch is produced to coincide with a major temporary art event.

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Josie Bassett www.josiebassett.com

1st – 16th September Works will be left within Whitstable public spaces, nooks and crannies

The Great Beauty of Truth Donald Crowhurst participated in a round the world yacht race in 1968. He was critically unprepared and had no realistic hope of completing it. He decided instead to try to falsely compete by intentionally losing radio contact and recording where he should have been, rather than where he actually was. This took its toll, and under great stress and within the vastness of the sea he began to lose his mind. Statements from Crowhurst’s logbooks, his final messages to the world before disappearing into the sea, will be integrated into pieces of work that will be left throughout Whitstable.


Bronwen Buckeridge bronwenbuckeridge.com

Saturday and Sunday 1st, 2nd, 8th, 9th September 12pm – 4.30pm From ‘Beach Walk’ on the seafront, follow the path that bears right up the hill and runs below the Bowling Green and Whitstable Castle, parallel to Tower Hill

‘A ton of worms in an acre’, 2012 A soundwork for the wooded area on the cliffs leading up to Marine Parade.

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Brin C Griffin, Kimi Gill, Kev Clarke filming

1st – 2nd September 8pm – 9pm Check website for times thefoxynews.com

The Foxy News Channel presents: Okra Winfrey: She started life in a fruit and veg shop in Stains now she is the powerful woman in the world. Okra Winfrey will be streaking her way through the streets of Whistable and the lives of the people that live there. We will be finding the story’s that don’t matter from the people that do! Its sexy, its Foxy, no story to big no story to small pick up the phone and give Foxy news a call..... Watch out for us as we will take over your lives. Probably!


Lorena Carbajal www.lorenacarbajal.net

Sunday 9th September2012 11 am to 5 pm

‘Chinese Whispers Booth’, The Harbour, Whitstable

‘Chinese whispers’ Based on the game of Chinese Whispers, this project explores the gradual transformation, disintegration, and reconstruction, of language through iterative repetition. During this journey of transformation words are passed through different understandings. New parts are added, others lost, and new possible interpretations are created. For Whitstable Satellite 2012, participants are invited to enter the Chinese Whispers Booth where they will listen to a phrase before then being asked to repeat what they have heard into the microphone. Each participant creates the next iteration, and the chain repeats.

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Joseph Coelho and John O’leary joseph-coelho.com/ thecheekypoetryjoeshow/

1st, 2nd, 8th, 9th, 15th September – 11:15 am 1st, 8th, 15th September – 3.15pm Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre

The Cheeky PoetryJoe Show with lights, pop-ups and beastly bugs Join children’s performer, writer and CBBC Rhyme Rocket poet Joseph Coelho as he invites you into his world of beastly bugs, fabulous foods and naughty pets. The show is brilliantly brought to life with the help of a protractible projector and the amazing pictures and pop-ups of children’s author, illustrator and paper engineer John O’Leary. A fun packed, interactive, family show suitable for 5s and up, which incorporates elements of the magic lantern, shadow puppetry and pop-ups. Take part in the fun and learn how to make your very own poems that glow.


Corkman with Jon Hone on horn and Rob Hindley on drum warwickroad9@mac.com

1st September 12pm – 3pm In and around the town and the seafront

Old Corky strides again Corkman ‘looks at’ and ‘attends to’ but never comments on, he is a visionless visionary; a silent witness. He comes rarely and never stays long. His roots lie deep in the past but he continues to exist and enlighten our present. Let us celebrate the life with him and drink deep and long. ‘sine cerere et libero friget venus’

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Louis D’Heudieres and Jammie Nicholas jammienicholas.com soundcloud.com/ louisdheudieres

15th September 5pm Performance in two parts, duration 45 mins each. 90 Canterbury Road, CT5 4HF

Circle Compositions for two artists and two musicians A constructed situation of live composition and performance, where the authorial dominance of composition is rendered, in equal parts, to the artists and performers. Circle Compositions for two artists and two musicians is the first version of an ongoing investigative collaboration between artist Jammie Nicholas and composer Louis D’Heudieres, in which, through a research based on the concept of multiple authoritative voices in the creation of an artwork, there is an attempt to re-address base authorial dominance. For this manifestation, a series of hand drawn circles, augmented through digital projection are performed by two musicians in the moment of composition, to blur the origin of authorial output.


Janet Dance www.madeinwhitstable.com/ profile/janetdance

1st – 16th September accessible at all hours Lamp posts and railings around Whitstable

Posters For An Ideal World In a response to the Planning Applications and the No Parkings, those formal notifications, and to the sad ‘lost’ and ‘missing’ posters, I have devised Posters For An Ideal World. Coming to a lamp post near you....

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Rosalind Davis and Annabel Tilley Talk: The A-Z of Surviving as an Artist www.zeitgeistartsprojects

Wednesday 5th September 6.30pm – 8.30pm Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre

Please book via the website www.ZeitgeistArtsProjects. com or email us for details at diyeducate@gmail.com

£8 in advance or a few tickets available on the door

The A-Z of Surviving as an Artist with Rosalind Davis & Annabel Tilley - Raising Your Profile & Creating Networks Artists & Curators, Tilley & Davis discuss residencies, galleries, exhibitions, collectors, curating, teaching, tweeting, funding, marketing, portfolio careers .... and balancing it all! “Informative, Comprehensive and Fun“


Dolores de Sade, ARE

5th – 18th September Show Off Gallery, 13 Harbour St, CT5 1AQ

And So On Dolores de Sade’s work is about the representation of place. Focused mainly on the landscape, and exploring the materiality and memory of such, her work is as much about what is not included in such depictions – the absent figure, the ever-shifting horizon, the impossible search for a wilderness. Dolores de Sade is a British artist who trained at Royal College of Art. She has exhibited across the UK and internationally. She was recently awarded the Royal Academy British Institution Award and the Birgit Skiold book award. Her work is held in many collections including V&A Museum and Government Art Collection.

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Dolores de Sade Katie Saxby Helen Ashton Amy Jowett Leonora Saunders Eleanor Rogers facebook.com/thesheshanties

16th September 2pm – 6pm Various, finishing at The Neptune

Moby Clit and the She Shanties A musical ensemble of curmudgeonly old teats and tousled troubadours and tousled troubadours, Moby Clit and the She Shanties will entertain with traditional songs of wonder and woe from the high seas and low ebbs. Singing the concerns of the people of Whitstable town – hard liquor, sexual depravity and middle class anxiety - they will be roving freely around the town: playing in bus shelters, on street benches and finally washing up at the Neptune. Salty dogs may join in.


Alex Dipple, Dom Elsner, Barbara Gamper, Sam Giles, A.M. Hanson, Elspeth Hart, Jane Howard, Max Kimber, Michael Kplus, Alana Lake, Jonathan Lill, Louisa Love, Scarlett Pimlott-Brown, The Rack, Dan Szor, Richard Torry, Kraig Wilson, Mr. Woodcock. alexcalledsimonprojects.com

Saturday 8th September Susan’s Camp; 2pm – 6pm Film Screening; 6.30 – 8pm Venue: Susan’s Camp; on area of West Beach (100 meters far of Old Neptune Pub) Film Screening; West Beach Tennis Courts, CT5 1EN

alexcalledsimon projects ‘a photo related family’ present SUSAN’S CAMP & artists’ film screening. A collective of artists brought together by A.M. Hanson for Satellite. SUSAN’S CAMP (named after concept character Susan Tripod) will become a temporary, ephemeral, evolving test site beach situation for one afternoon. Featuring ad hoc installations and displays, short actions incorporating land / sea / air circumstance and motifs relating to artists’ film work. Printed matter, ephemera available + refreshments. A film SCREENING afterwards, at the nearby beach front tennis courts, will present performative based short film and video works as the sun sets. All welcome.

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A fabulous formation of fastidious filmic facilitators www.horsebridge-centre.org.uk

7th September – 7th October 9am – 6pm Monday – Saturday 10 – 6pm Sunday Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre

The Marvellous Miniature Cinema Roll-up, roll-up! Creep in and peek inside this wonderful world of moving image. Perch your posterior on a seat salvaged from The Oxford Picture Hall and take in our cinematic delights. Having searched high and low for film makers of all varieties we present an eclectic programme to feast your eyes upon.


Annette Fry and Robin Berry www.desperateoptimists.com/ minute/index.html capel road site LXV vimeo.com/37944925

1st – 16th September Throughout the tides The Groynes, along the Sea Front

The Groynes, silent sea poets Our early memories are often sand and sea, sounds of wave and water while the groynes marching from shore to sea, are silent witness to all our stories. Here, their tongueless mouths gagged by metal bands, they share their mute thoughts with us in the poetry of the groynes inviting you to respond. Annette Fry works with time and space (using sculpture, installation, video and sound) to create a different perspective in a changing world. Together she and Robin Berry (actor and film maker)will create a video of the groynes’ performance.

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Margherita Gramegna 51-0voyager-medwayfilmfestival. webs.com/ twitter.com/51zeroVoyager facebook.com/pages/51zeroVoyager/264002210366877

8th – 16th September Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre 15th September 8pm – 11pm The Old Neptune pub, exteriors walls on the sea front

51:zeroº Voyager - Film, Video and Digital Arts Festival Large scale projections of artists’ moving-image, on the beach at The Old Neptune Pub. 51zeroº Voyager is a dynamic moving image and digital media arts festival, with interventions and exhibitions at various locations around Kent. Outdoor spaces for open-air experiences as well as alternative non-traditional arts venues support a programme of activities and events. The festival presents non-mainstream independent cinema, digital art, experimental artists’ films, video and sound content from all over the world including live-art events and installations. It responds to Kent geographical landscape, heritage, social and cultural undercurrents and the wealth of diversity in the area, and offers platforms for artistic talent. The 2012 edition travels to Chatham, Whitstable, Maidstone and Rochester.


Julia Groves www.juliagroves.co.uk

1st – 30th September Tuesday – Sunday JoJo’s Restaurant, 2 Herne Bay Road, CT5 2LQ See website or details; www.jojosrestaurant.co.uk

Exhibition of Drawings celebrating unusual edible plants. To coincide with the exhibition JoJo’s delicious seasonal dishes will also include some unusual edibles. Recently I have returned to drawing as the main focus for my art practice. I enjoy its immediacy, its tactile and sensual qualities and the links with other artists past and present. I am familiar with these plants (weeds) through my horticultural work, coordinating the Market Garden and Herb Workshops at The Blackthorn Trust. I continue to be inspired by these amazing plants through my ethno botanical research, with a special interest in their nutritional and medicinal qualities. The work has also been informed by the historical and contemporary traditions of botanical illustration.

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Magz Hall magzhall.wordpress.com/

Sundays 2nd, 9th and 16th September 10am – 3pm Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre

Babble Station Preschoolers with parents or guardians are invited to take part in this radio art project which will be collecting pre speech communicative sounds and utterances which will be recorded and played back at a series of participatory workshops held at the Horsebridge Centre via solar radios. Babble station is part of a series of eight radio art works from Magz Hall that consider future uses of FM when it has been abandoned by sanctioned broadcasters. Babble station sees the ether being re used for baby monitoring. Details and documentation of this project can be found at her dedicated blog. magzhall.wordpress.com


Katie Hare and Lizzy Rose lizzyrose.co.uk katiehare.com prefabarchive.co.uk

1st – 16th Weekends 10am – 5pm (church service between 10.45am and 12.30pm on Sunday when the church will be closed) St Peters Church, Sydenham Street, CT5 1HL

You Find It In People “You find it in people” brings together new works from artists Lizzy Rose and Katie Hare. The works explore identity and class via a shared ‘suburban english’ experience and culture. Lizzy Rose will be showing a selection of work from her online archive project Prefab Archive documenting Exaclibur Estate in Catford, one of the last post-war prefabricated housing estates left in Britain, due for demolition at the end of 2012. The project aims to document the estate, its residents and their campaign to save their homes. Katie Hare will present the video piece Shall we sing a song for you? Comprised from field recordings of football chants and footage of one of Britain’s few all-female metal bands, Hare seeks to capture the electricity of being part of the crowd alongside the thrill and element of danger that comes with sacrificing oneself before that same mob.

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Triona Holden www.trionaworks.com

8th – 9th September High Tide Circa 4pm Near The Street, Tankerton Beach

PSYCHO-PEBBLE 2 At high-tide, I shall be working with the sea, a psychiatrist, the public, a million or more pebbles and as many Sharpie pens as I can afford. The object is to seek enlightenment from the gods or nymphs of the abyss by casting musings, wishes, dilemmas and conundrums, written on pebbles, into the sea. The process is similar to the objects thrown into the Sacred Spring in the Roman Baths in Bath where curses, with messages inscribed on sheets of lead or pewter, were then rolled up and thrown into the waters where the spirit of the goddess Sulis Minerva dwelt.


Irena Kalodera and Henrietta Simson www.henriettasimson.com

1st – 16th September Installation will be on during the opening hours of the shop and into the night in the front window facing the street. Wet Fish Shop, 41 High Street

Risk Twirl Room The notion of unfamiliar visualities is a key aspect for both of our works. Irena Kalodera’s videos explore proprioception and the haptic, while early perspectival systems and their relation to an idea of ‘natural vision’ are central to Henrietta Simson’s practice. ‘Risk Twirl Room’ combines a sense of the landscape with the haptic quality of the idea of a body. The installation sets up two videos, one shot underwater, the other in a bell tower in Florence. The films’ juxtaposition creates an evolving relationship between materiality and light; rhythms and sounds bounce off and interweave from the contrasting land and sound scapes.

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Natalie Kay Twitter @ofthewall2012 www.nataliekay.co.uk

Sea Wall Walk: Saturday 1st September (weather permitting) 3rd – 12th September Monday – Saturday 9am – 6pm Sunday10am – 6pm Selected artworks at Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre

Drawing the Line Drawing the Line is a celebration of Whitstable’s most iconic landmark - the cement Sea Wall. Over the course of one day Natalie will walk the full line of the Sea Wall and make observational drawings of the people and activity that she spies along the way. Drawings will be photographed and immediately uploaded to a dedicated twitter feed @ofthewall2012, where users can view a complete gallery and click images to pinpoint the locations of their making. Follow the development of Drawing the Line in person and online, and view a selection of drawings at the Horsebridge Arts Centre.


Alexandra Leadbeater www.alexleadbeater.com

14th – 15th and 21st – 22nd September 11am – 5pm The Muse, Harold Mews, St Leonards-on-Sea TN38 0EA

Oysters Oyster shells, falling, flowering, connecting… discarded fragments arranged and re-ordered in paint and print.

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Louisa Love, Penny Murchison and Janet Wells-Cutler

11th, 12th & 13th September 10am – 5pm Meet on the beach at the beginning of The Street The Street, Tankerton Beach, Whitstable. Bring drinks & lunch and wear suitable clothes for the weather. Buckets and Spades optional!

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EVENT T R A H C A E B Y A D 3 TH 13TH SEPTEMBER, 10-5PM 11TH, 12 NKERTON BEACH BY THE STREET, TA

come and sketch, draw with sticks in the sand, beachcomb, sort shells and stones, make ephemeral beach land art, recontextualise natural and found materials. Bring own refreshments & suitable clothes, buckets & spades optional! ALL AGES WELCOME, BUT NO UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN PLEASE.

CONTACT NO:07590 830984

Beach Art on The Street, Tankerton with Three New Fish Wildart Group Three New Fish are a group of UCA Fine Art Students who are hosting a 3 day Beach Art event on The Street, Tankerton Beach. We will be encouraging people of all ages to sketch, draw with sticks in the sand and mud, beachcomb, sort stones and shells, re-arrange and re-contextualize natural and found materials, and make ephemeral beach land art.


Julie Mecoli

1st –16th September, all hours

www.axisweb.org/seCVPG. aspx?ARTISTID=14291 blogs.kent.ac.uk/juliemecoli/

The Dinghy Store/Whitstable Marine Sea Wall, Harbour

Dark Matter: Cities - London In the ‘Dark Matter’ sculptures the properties of bitumen are exploited to explore work that, like nature, changes over time and moves from form to formlessness. The black structures and their descent into disorder evoke ideas of time, entropy, chaos and loss. The proportion of different grades of bitumen used determines the rate at which each sculpture moves. Depending on temperature, sculptures will move to ground over hours, days or weeks. Eventually, all ‘Dark Matter’ sculptures will exist only as pools of pitch containing themselves and other things entrapped with them. My thanks to AM Designs and Hamilton Glass.

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Angela Malone www pure-form.co.uk

Sunday 2nd September only 10am – 4pm Area behind the Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre centre

Seaside Scribbles Angela will spend the day weaving amongst both locals and vistors alike, sketching constantly to try and capture the essence of seaside life. At the last Biennale, she created 100 drawings, this year she will produce just as many. They all become sculptures, postcards and prints in time. Keep up with their progress on her facebook page.


Nicole Mollett Day interventions in order of appearance; Bridgette Ashton, Duncan Ward, Trish Scott, Clare Smith. www.kentculturalbaton.com

1st, 2nd, 15th, 16th September 10am – 5pm daily On Beach by Neptune Pub. Launch Party on 1st at Castle

Kent Cultural Baton The Kent Cultural Baton by Nicole Mollett, is a travelling artwork which asks people to share local stories and giving them the chance to learn about their area’s past. The aim is to present the curious tales as a collection of maps, displaying a snapshot of Kent’s fascinating history as part of the cultural celebrations for the London 2012Games. The “Atlas of Kent” will serve as an archive, as a publication and web based interactive resource that will create a cultural legacy available for future generations to explore and discover. The Baton will be presenting the works of; Bridgette Ashton, Duncan Ward, Trisha Scott and Clare Smith in a series of one-day interventions in the space.

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Christian Patracchini christianpatracchini.com

8th September 12pm – 4pm Whitstable Museum & Gallery

The fate of perpetually falling in love with statues The fate of perpetually falling in love with statues is a performance that takes the search for illusion as its starting point. Whatever we touch and believe in and that seems real for us today, is going to be like the reality of yesterday - an illusion tomorrow.


Alice Pattullo alicepattullo.com, theprintblock.com, frankworks.eu

September 1st – 7th Show: September 1st –16th The Print Block (residency) & Frank (window show)

Sea Shanties: a Residency and Exhibition Printmaker Alice Pattullo will be artist in residence at the Print Block by the East Quay, and will be displaying the work there and in the window space of Frank in Harbour Street. For this project, Alice will be producing prints that are inspired by the traditions of the sea shanty. This collaboration between Alice, the Print Block and Frank will, for the week of the residency, take the form of an evolving show at Frank dictated by the work Alice will make at the Print Block. The remaining week will be a selection of this work in Frank, as well as other pieces by Alice.

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Elspeth Penfold www.elspethpenfold.com

7th – 9th September 10am – 6pm Reeves Beach

Lobster Pot Garden Lobster Pot garden is a playful response to the maintained nature of the beaches and beachfront gardens along the whitstable seafront. During the course of the biennale plant “seeds” from the Lobster pot, made from knitted wires and twine, will propagate along the sea wall and the groynes these will be photographed and uploaded onto my website, www.elspethpenfold.com. If you are walking along the seashore, see how many you can spot. Please feel free to share your photos by email elspethpenfold@yahoo.co.uk


Jane Pitt sonicflashmob.posterous.com www.janepitt.co.uk

1st – 16th September weekends 3pm – 3.03pm Various venues

Sonic Flash Mob Just turn up and sound out each Saturday & Sunday of the Biennale at 3pm for 3 minutes only.. ..Find the 6 locations and related phonetic to utter by following @SonicFlashMob on Twitter, the blog http://sonicflashmob. posterous.com or find postcards around town. Join as many of the Sonic Flash Mobs as you like, these phonic ‘choirs’ will pop up for 6 vocal outbursts, creating an ephemeral series of unique sound works. Jane Pitt creates experiences for people and places that temporarily amplify the everyday. Making work for the outdoors and unusual spaces using improvised performance, soundtracks and live vocal sound.

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Emrys Plant and Tom Swift www.blockcolour.com www.tomswift76.blogspot.com

Sunday Afternoons during the Biennale Various venues in Harbour street follow @blockcolour for details search for #frombehindthecounter

From behind the counter   Becoming part of the trading tradition of Whitstable’s lively Harbour street, artists Tom Swift and Emrys Plant will be serving poems to punters in participating premises whilst perusing for purchases, adding cultural value to the commercial exchange. Micro performance and participation out of context, in and between real places, parodies the now common experience of the serendipitous finding and making of creative content in the online environment. Visitors are welcome to join in and perform wearing the ‘poets apron’.


Heidi Plant www.heidiplant.com

1st – 16th September Central Whitstable

super super natural sculptural wood forms expressing an inner energy that forces itself through a hard exoskeleton.

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Colin Priest www.studiocolumba.com

1st – 16th September 8am – 5pm

Greetings from DEAL: IN WHITSTABLE Inspired by a 1925 map-postcard charting the proximity of Whitstable and Deal along the Kent coast, Greetings from DEAL: IN WHITSTABLE is a postcard event psycho-geographically linking these two seaside towns. The production of twelve limited edition postcards will summon a site-specific form of surprise, re-collection and wisdom. Each postcard of Deal will be situated to mirror Whitstable’s comparable urban morphology, creating an ephemeral and fun sense of being in two places at the same time. As a limited edition of 50 (until stocks last), the postcards will be for sale at Oxford Street Books with a walking navigation card around the town centre and sea front.


Julia Riddiough www.juliariddiough.com

11th & 14th September 10am – 6pm Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre

Knit One, Purl One ‘What we see is not what is…. what we see is not exactly what we get….’ (2009) This film questions how identity and stereotypes are portrayed revealing that some issues are timeless. The film tells the story of three female models photographed in knitting patterns dating from the 1950’s. Along with their tales, we hear debates in visual culture that link back to the time when the images were taken. The narrative weaves film techniques used in the 1950’s with the related internal monologue created by ‘extreme close up’ and ‘close up’. These are employed to emphasis ‘moving image’ when using still images. This perhaps makes it harder to be confident of what we are seeing and considers ‘reality’ in another time and space.

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Estelle Rosenfeld in collaboration with Ghazoan Ali www.estellerosenfeld.com

2nd September 1pm, 2.30pm & 4pm (on going for an hour) Beach (between the Royal Native Oyster Stores restaurant and the Neptune pub)

Breakfast Fetishism Breakfast Fetishism is an interactive performance born from discussions between Estelle Rosenfeld and Ghazoan Ali on the concept of commodity fetishism. With this project, they want to take up the challenge to make the sharing of philosophical ideas thought provoking and entertaining, humorously taking participants at the discovery of what is in their English breakfast, using low-fi devices such as human Ipads. Suitable for all, audience members can choose to take part and/or watch, come and go during the performance and choose to watch for a few minutes or the whole hour.


Susan Shaw shawbarber@talktalk.net www.susanshaw.net www.creativecanterbury.com

1st – 16th September weekends 11am – 6pm The Little Blue Beach Hut Hut 139, Tankerton Slopes

The Little Blue Beach Hut Susan Shaw will be making a connection between the residency in The Little Blue Beach Hut and visitors coming to Whitstable. Inside the hut there will be a collaborative site specific art installation making links between Pilgrimage, Gathering Souvenirs, Tourism and Whitstable. The Little Blue Beach Hut, Tankerton Slopes, Whitstable, Canterbury City Council Arts Residency will be open to the public for the weekends of Whitstable Biennale. Make a pilgrimage and place a blue object during the first three weekends of September 2012.

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Clare Smith www.studio308ltd.co.uk

16th September 11am – 4.30pm Kent Cultural Baton Beach near the Neptune Pub

The Voyagers The Voyagers reflects the artist’s interest in the symbolism of boats as vehicles of transition and their connection to mortuary rituals. The title alludes to Now, Voyager, the ship on which Bette Davis completes her transformation from an awkward spinster, abused by her mother to a confident woman in love. The project is a response to the 20th anniversary of the discovery of Dover’s 3,500-year-old Bronze Age Boat. Clare is creating a fleet of flat-bottomed folded-paper boats to form part of an installation in Dover Museum. Please bring a photo of a loved one you have lost, for scanning  and printing and make a flat-bottomed, open paper boat, together with the artist. The boat will then be photographed. 


Jeffrey Stockbridge www.thefrontview.co.uk

28th July – 23rd September Weekdays by appt. Weekends 12pm – 4pm The Front View, Lens Based Media Gallery, 9 Tower Parade, CT5 2BJ

North Philadelphia Jeffrey Stockbridge, has created a series of eerily evocative photographs of abandoned dilapidated houses, taken between 2005 - 2008. This series documents the effects of the economic crash on this once vibrant and thriving North Philadelphia community where he occasionally squatted. As a student he occupied a number of squats only too aware of the sad ironic act of repossessing these homes.  His work as a photographer was informed by the haunting memories of the forsaken remnants found in these vacant living spaces.  Vagrancy, drug abuse and prostitution, have blighted these former homes and businesses.

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Annie Taylor facebook.com/whitstable.tail

1st – 16th September 11am – 5pm daily Available from Keams Yard Studio & Gallery

Whitstable Tails & Tales Something for the very young, and the young at heart: For those amongst the Biennale visitors who have yet to grow up, six short tales. Inspired by a particular landmark, or a detail that is easily missed; the activities or obsessions of friends and visitors; tails and oysters - these can only be stories of Whitstable. These fables are presented on a map of our town. Take a walk, map in hand, and see what you see. Think about the town and the stories it suggests to you. If you would like to share your own tales and pictures, go to Whitstable Tail on Facebook.


Clare Tindall questionersgardentime.com

Installation on view 1st – 16th September during gallery hours. I will be present 12pm – 3pm at the weekends during this period to demonstrate and discuss my work. Keam’s Yard Gallery, Horsebridge Rd, CT5 1BU

A Drop in the Ocean My work involves mutating plants and sea creatures into fictitious life forms. This installation is inspired by the deep, dark waters of the sea and what may lie beneath. Three large vessels contain a myriad of mythical, marine life forms that appear authentic yet are fabricated from natural rubber using moulds made from discarded materials, such as razors and old shoes. Each vessel contains a variety of ‘mutations’ in vibrant and subtle colours and a host of shapes and sizes- as if a scoop had been taken from the ocean bed -real or not? Part-funded by Canterbury City Council

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Satellite Members’ Screening www.whitstablesatellite.com

11th & 14th September 10am – 6pm Horsebridge Community & Arts Centre

S Satellite Screening: Members’ new film and video work The Whitstable Satellite will be screening their members’ new film and video work made for the Satellite Programme. Artists include Jenny Baines, Clare Beattie, Irena Kalodera, Ascen Lorente, Julia Riddiough, Henrietta Simpson, Rebecca Smith and Jane Wilson Smith. Running on a loop throughout the day.


Steve Wheeler steven.wheeler@live.co.uk

Long beach from sunrise 1st September – West beach from sunset 1st September then on until sunset 16th September Opening hours – 24 hours Site specific drawing on the groynes at Long Beach and West beach

The sunrises / the sun sets with equal measure. The earth is used to produce goods for profit. These two systems are conflated but incompatible at the point when we consume more than can be sustained. Two drawings / two beaches performed with equal measure, to be eroded by the rhythms of the natural elements.

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Liz Zumin lizzumin.wordpress.com

9th Sepember 8am – 6pm Beach

Kenophobia ”Kenophobia” from the Greek meaning “fear of the empty. This self contained ritual is an allegory of its own failure to ground the plenitude of presence.


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C O N T I NUO US EV E N TS T H R O UGH O UT B I E N NA L E F R O M 1 st – 1 6 t h S E PT E M BER Steve Wheeler, From the State of the Economy Series 2012, Long Beach from sunrise, West Beach from sunset 1st –16th Sept Open 24 hours Steven.wheeler@live.co.uk

Colin Priest Greetings from DEAL: in Whitstable. Throughout Whitstable, 1st – 16th Sept 8am – 5pm www.studiocolumba.com

Ascension Lorente-Hugue The Human Animal: An Art Exhibition, The Fish Slab Art Gallery, 11 Oxford Street 28 Aug – 4 Sept 9am – 5pm

Annie Taylor Whitstable Tails & Tales, Available from Keams Yard Studio & Gallery 1st –16th Sept 11am – 5pm facebook.com/whitstable.tail

Joseph Coelho and John O’Leary, The Cheeky Poetry Joe Show, Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre 1st –16th Sept Weekends Workshop 4 except 9th Sept in Performance Space, Saturdays 11.15am & 3.15pm, Sundays 2nd & 9th 11.15am Sunday 16th 3.15pm www.joseph-coelho.com

Annette Fry, Robin Berry The Groynes: Silent Sea Poets, the groynes on the sea front 24hours throughout the festival. www.desperateoptimists.com

Alice Patullo, Sea Shanties: a Residency and Exhibition, The Print Block (residency) & Frank (window show), 1st – 16th Sept. www.alicepattullo.com

Jeffrey Stockbridge The Front View, 9 Tower Parade 29 July – 23 Sept Weekdays by appt Weekends 12pm – 4pm www.thefrontview.co.uk

Josie Bassett The Great Beauty of Truth Throughout Whitstable, 1st – 16th Sept all day

www.malhuguet.com

www.josiebassett.com

James Reeves The Reeves, Bank and Negus Experience, The Monkey Cage Gallery, Reeves Yard, Warwick Road, CT5 1HX 1st –16th Sept 10.30am – 5pm

Craig Barnes, Whitstable Sew On Patch, Various shops throughout Whitstable 1st Sept 2012 – Summer 2014

www.monkeycagegallery.co.uk

Julie Mecoli Dark Matter:Cities-London, The Dinghy Store, Whitstable Marine, Sea Wall, Harbour 1st – 16th Sept

www.craigbarnes.co.uk

Alexandra Leadbetter Oysters, Online and at The Muse Studio, Harold Mews, St Leonards on Sea, TN38 0EA, 1st – 30th Sept. www.alexleadbeater.com

Julia Groves Exhibition of Drawings Celebrating Unusual Edible Plants, JoJo’s Restaurant Herne Bay Road, Whitstable CT5 2LQ. 1st – 30th Sept Tues – Sun. www.juliagroves.co.uk

Inkognito throughout Whitstable, 1st – 16th Sept all day www.incogknito.wordpress.com


Janet Dance Posters for an Ideal World, lamp posts and railings around Whitstable All day, 1st – 16th Sept

Susan Shaw The Little Blue Beach Hut Each Weekend 11am – 6pm

Gerry Atkinson Shades of Other Lives, Tea and Times Café, 36A High Street, CT5 1B 1st – 16th September

Katie Hare and Lizzy Rose You Find It In People, St Peters Church, Sydnham Street, CT5 1HL 1 – 16 Sept Weekends only 10:00 – 17:00

www.susanshaw.net

www.lizzyrose.co.uk and www.katiehare.com and www.prefabarchive.co.uk

S A TU RDAY 1 st

ALL CONTINUOUS EVENTS, (SEE PAGE 54) PLUS;

Andrew Pegram Show-Off Gallery 29th Aug – 5th Sept 9am – 5pm ajpegram.blogspot.co.uk

Kent Cultural Baton with Bridgette Ashton, Duncan Ward, Trish Scott, Clare Smith 1st Launch Party at the Whitstable Castle 2nd, 15th, 16th on the Beach www.kentculturalbaton.com

Jane Haigh Waiting for the Ship to Pass, Kent and London Furniture Showroom, Keams Yard Weekends 11am – 6pm www.wix.com/jdhaighartist/jdhaigh

Wendy Blanchet Crepidule Creep & Hagstone Haul, Tankerton Sea Front from toilets to end of beach huts 1st and 16th Sept 11am

Marcus Leadley The Sounding Shore, Whitstable beach and foreshore near Keam’s Yard 1 Sept 12pm – 5pm www.marcusleadley.com

Corkman with Jon Hone and Rob Hinley Old Corky (aka Bob) Strides Again, Throughout the streets of Whitstable 1st Sept, 12pm & 3pm Warwickroad9@mac.com

Bronwen Buckeridge A Ton of Worms in an Acre, From ‘Beach Walk’ on the seafront, follow the path that bears right up the hill and runs below the Bowling Green and Whitstable Castle, parallel to Tower Hill 1st, 2nd, 8th, 9th Sept 12pm – 4.30pm www.bronwenbuckeridge.com

SU ND A Y 2nd

ALL CONTINUOUS EVENTS, (SEE PAGE 54) PLUS;

Andrew Pegram Show-Off Gallery 29th Aug – 5th Sept 9am – 5pm ajpegram.blogspot.co.uk

Kent Cultural Baton with Bridgette Ashton, Duncan Ward, Trish Scott, Clare Smith. 1st Launch Party at the Whitstable Castle. 2nd, 15th, 16th on the Beach www.kentculturalbaton.com

Magz Hall, Babble Station, Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre, 2nd, 9th Workshop 5, 16th Workshop 4.10am – 4pm magzhall.wordpress.com

Angela Malone Seaside Scribbles 2, behind the Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre 2nd Sept 10am – 4pm Bill Parr, Phestival Phunder, Beach near Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre 2nd Sept, 10am – 4pm www.kenseitaiko.com

Katie Hare and Lizzy Rose You Find It In People, St Peters Church, Sydnham Street, CT5 1HL 1-16 Sept Weekends only 10am – 5pm www.lizzyrose.co.uk, www.katiehare.com, www.prefabarchive.co.uk


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Susan Shaw The Little Blue Beach Hut Each Weekend, 11am – 6pm www.susanshaw.ne

Jane Haigh Waiting for the Ship to Pass, Kent and London Furniture Showroom, Keams Yard Weekends 11am – 6pm

M ON DAY 3rd

T HU R SD A Y 6th

Andrew Pegram Show-Off Gallery 29th Aug – 5th Sept 9am – 5pm

Dolores de Sade And So On…, Show-Off Gallery, 13/14 Harbour Street 7th - 9th Sept, 10am – 6pm

ajpegram.blogspot.co.uk

www.doloresdesade.com

TUESDAY 4th

F R ID A Y 7th

ALL CONTINUOUS EVENTS, (SEE PAGE 54)

ALL CONTINUOUS EVENTS, (SEE PAGE 54) PLUS;

www.wix.com/jdhaighartist/jdhaigh

Clare Tindall A Drop in the Ocean, Keam’s Yard Gallery, Horsebridge Road, Whitstable CT5 1BU Weekends 11am – 4pm www.questioners gardentime.com

Bronwen Buckeridge A Ton of Worms in an Acre, From ‘Beach Walk’ on the seafront, follow the path that bears right up the hill and runs below the Bowling Green and Whitstable Castle, parallel to Tower Hill. 1st, 2nd, 8th, 9th Sept 12pm – 4pm www.bronwenbuckeridge.com

Emrys Plant and Tom Swift, From Behind the Counter, Various venues in Harbour Street Check Twitter for details @blockcolouran #frombehindthecounter Sunday afternoons Jane Pitt, Sonic Flash Mob, Various locations throughout Whitstable. Each weekend 3pm for three minutes only Find SonicFlashMob on Twitter, and the blog http://sonicflashmob.posterous.com

ALL CONTINUOUS EVENTS, (SEE PAGE 54)

Andrew Pegram Show-Off Gallery 29th Aug – 5th Sept 9am – 5pm ajpegram.blogspot.co.uk

ALL CONTINUOUS EVENTS, (SEE PAGE 54) PLUS;

The Marvellous Miniature Cinema Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre, 7th Sept – 7th Oct, 9am – 6pm www.horsebridge-centre.org.uk

WEDN ESDAY 5th ALL CONTINUOUS EVENTS, (SEE PAGE 54)

Andrew Pegram Show-Off Gallery 29th Aug – 5th Sept 9am – 5pm ajpegram.blogspot.co.uk

Zeitgeist Arts Projects The A-Z of Surviving as an Artist, Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre, 5th Sept 6.30pm – 8.30pm www.zeitgeistartsprojects.com £8.00 entry

Dolores de Sade And So On…, Show-Off Gallery, 13/14 Harbour Street. 7th - 9th Sept, 10am – 6pm www.doloresdesade.com

Elspeth Penfold Lobster Pot Garden, Reeves Beach 7th - 9th Sept, 10am – 6pm www.elspethpenfold.com


SATURDAY 8th

ALL CONTINUOUS EVENTS, (SEE PAGE 54) PLUS;

The Marvellous Miniature Cinema, Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre 7th Sept – 7th Oct, 9am – 6pm www.horsebridge-centre.org.uk

Dolores de Sade, And So On…, Show-Off Gallery, 13/14 Harbour Street. 6th –17th Sept, 10am – 5pm

Fragility Theatre, Flying South, Whitstable Library, 8th & 13th September, 12pm, 1pm and 2pm

www.trionaworks.com

Bronwen Buckeridge A Ton of Worms in an Acre, From ‘Beach Walk’ on the seafront, follow the path that bears right up the hill and runs below the Bowling Green and Whitstable Castle, parallel to Tower Hill. 1st, 2nd, 8th, 9th Sept 12pm – 4.30pm www.bronwenbuckeridge.com

www.doloresdesade.com

Elspeth Penfold, Lobster Pot Garden, Reeves Beach 7th – 9th Sept, 10am – 6pm www.elspethpenfold.com Triona Holden, Psycho-Pebble 2, The Street, Tankerton Slopes, 8th & 9th Sept During Low Tide approx 4pm

Susan’s Camp, the Beach near the Old Neptune Pub. 8th Sept 2pm – 6pm, Artists film screening from 8pm at the Tennis Courts by Windy Corners Store. Alexcalledsimonprojects.com

Bronwen Buckeridge A Ton of Worms in an Acre, From ‘Beach Walk’ on the seafront, follow the path that bears right up the hill and runs below the Bowling Green and Whitstable Castle, parallel to Tower Hill. 1st, 2nd, 8th, 9th Sept 12pm – 4.30pm www.bronwenbuckeridge.com

SUNDAY 9th

ALL CONTINUOUS EVENTS, (SEE PAGE 54) PLUS;

The Marvellous Miniature Cinema, Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre, 7th Sept – 7th Oct, 9am – 6pm

Kev Clarke Foxy News, around Whitstable, 8th – 9th Sept

MONDAY 10th

www.horsebridge-centre.org.uk

ALL CONTINUOUS EVENTS, (SEE PAGE 54) PLUS;

Elspeth Penfold Lobster Pot Garden, Reeves Beach 7th - 9th Sept, 10am – 6pm www.elspethpenfold.com

The Marvellous Miniature Cinema, Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre 7th Sept – 7th Oct, 9am – 6pm

www.trionaworks.com

Kev Clarke Foxy News, around Whitstable, 8th – 9th September

Triona Holden, Psycho-Pebble 2, The Street, Tankerton Slopes, 8th & 9th Sept During Low Tide approx 4pm

Dolores de Sade, And So On…, Show-Off Gallery, 13/14 Harbour Street. 7th - 9th Sept, 10am – 6pm

www.horsebridge-centre.org.uk

T U E SD A Y 11th

www.doloresdesade.com

ALL CONTINUOUS EVENTS, (SEE PAGE 54) PLUS;

Christian Patracchini The fate of perpetually falling in love with statues. Whitstable Museum and Gallery, 8th Sept 12pm – 4pm

Estelle Rosenfeld Breakfast Fetishism, Beach or Harbour 9th Sept 1pm, 2.30pm & 4pm for an hour each.

The Marvellous Miniature Cinema, Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre 7th Sept – 7th Oct, 9am – 6pm

www.christianpatracchini.com

www.estellerosenfeld.com

www.horsebridge-centre.org.uk

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Dolores de Sade, And So On…, Show-Off Gallery, 13/14 Harbour Street. 7th - 9th Sept, 10am – 6pm www.doloresdesade.com

Louisa Love, Penny Murchison & Janet WellsCutler, Beach Art on The Street, Tankerton with Three New Fish Wildart Group, The Street Tankerton Beach, 11th – 13th Sept,10am – 5pm

Louisa Love, Penny Murchison & Janet WellsCutler, Beach Art on The Street, Tankerton with Three New Fish Wildart Group, The Street Tankerton Beach, 11th – 13th Sept,10am – 5pm

Fragility Theatre, Flying South, Whitstable Library 8th and 13th September 12pm, 1pm and 2pm

Dolores de Sade And So On…, Show-Off Gallery, 13/14 Harbour Street. 7th - 9th Sept, 10am – 6pm

F RID A Y 14th

www.doloresdesade.com

Julia Riddiough, Knit One, Purl One, Part of the Satellite Screenings 11th & 14th Sept, 10am – 6pm

17 Percent, She Writes – A Showcase of Plays by Women, Horsebridge Café, 12 Sept, 7pm (starts 7.30pm)

www.juliariddiough.com

17percent.wordpress.com.

Satellite Members Screening Satellite Screening: Members’ new film and video work Horsebridge Community & Arts Centre 11th & 14th September 10am – 6pm www.whitstablesatellite.com

W E DN E S DAY 1 2 t h ALL CONTINUOUS EVENTS, (SEE PAGE 54) PLUS;

The Marvellous Miniature Cinema Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre, 7th Sept – 7th Oct, 9am – 6pm www.horsebridge-centre.org.uk

ALL CONTINUOUS EVENTS, (SEE PAGE 54) PLUS;

The Marvellous Miniature Cinema, Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre, 7th Sept – 7th Oct, 9am – 6pm www.horsebridge-centre.org.uk

£5/£4 concession

Dolores de Sade And So On…, Show-Off Gallery, 13/14 Harbour Street. 7th - 9th Sept, 10am – 6pm

THURSDAY 13th

www.doloresdesade.com

The Marvellous Miniature Cinema Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre, 7th Sept – 7th Oct, 9am – 6pm

Satellite Members Screening Satellite Screening: Members’ new film and video work Horsebridge Community & Arts Centre 11th & 14th September 10am – 6pm www.whitstablesatellite.com

ALL CONTINUOUS EVENTS, (SEE PAGE 54) PLUS;

www.horsebridge-centre.org.uk

Louisa Love, Penny Murchison & Janet WellsCutler, Beach Art on The Street, Tankerton with Three New Fish Wildart Group, The Street Tankerton Beach 11th – 13th Sept,10am – 5pm Dolores de Sade, And So On…, Show-Off Gallery, 13/14 Harbour Street. 7th - 9th Sept, 10am – 6pm www.doloresdesade.com

Julia Riddiough, Knit One, Purl One, Part of the Satellite Screenings 11th & 14th Sept 10am – 6pm www.whitstablesatellite.com


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S A TU RDAY 1 5 t h

SUNDAY 16th

The Marvellous Miniature Cinema Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre 7th Sept – 7th Oct, 9am – 6pm

Clare Jackson Waters Meet on the Street, The Street Low Tide, Tankerton Bay, 16th Sept 6.30am – 8am

ALL CONTINUOUS EVENTS, (SEE PAGE 54) PLUS;

ALL CONTINUOUS EVENTS, (SEE PAGE 54) PLUS;

www.horsebridge-centre.org.uk

Jane Haigh Waiting for the Ship to Pass, Kent and London Furniture Showroom, Keams Yard Weekends 11am – 6pm www.wix.com/jdhaighartist/jdhaigh

Banner Repeater with Nina Power and Jesse Darling, Reading Room and Project Space, Whitstable Train Station Waiting Room 15th and16th Sept 12pm – 6pm www.bannerrepeater.org

Liz Zumin Kenophobia, between two groynes on the beach 15th and 16th Sept 2pm - 4pm lizzumin.wordpress.com

Louis D’Heudieres & Jammie Nicholas, Circle Compositions for two artists and two musicians, 90 Canterbury Road, CT5 4HF 15th Sept, 5pm http://jammienicholas.com and http:// soundcloud.com/ louisdheudieres

Wendy Blanchet Crepidule Creep & Hagstone Haul, Tankerton Sea Front from toilets to end of beach huts, 1st and 16th Sept 11am Clare Smith, The Voyagers, Kent Cultural Baton, 16th Sept, 11am – 4.30pm www.studio308ltd.co.uk

Banner Repeater with Nina Power and Jesse Darling, Reading Room and Project Space, Whitstable Train Station Waiting Room, 15th and 16th Sept, 12pm – 6pm www.bannerrepeater.org

Liz Zumin Kenophobia, between two groynes on the beach 15th and 16th Sept 2pm - 4pm lizzumin.wordpress.com

Moby Clit and the She Shanties, Around Whitstable finishing at The Neptune 16th Sept, 5pm – 9pm Facebook.com/thesheshanties


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