Jeremy Webb, Beach Figures 04b Wells, 2009
Join us on in Folkestone on the 30 September 2014 for a fun day at the seaside!
11am - 6pm, 30 September 2014
Quarterhouse, Mill Bay, Folkestone, Kent, CT20 1BN
Pack your picnic and get your comfy shoes at the ready. We’re off to sunny Folkestone on 30 September 2014 to take a look around the Folkestone Triennial.
This is your chance to get a unique insight into the three yearly event. We’ll be hearing from curator Lewis Biggs as he tells us about the planning, work, opportunities and challenges that go into running one of the most ambitious public art projects presented in the UK.
We’ll be picnicking in the new park deigned by muf for the Triennial (weather permitting) before exploring the Triennal itself.
The day will end with bookable one-to-one advice sessions which are designed to help you improve your online presence. Whether you are wanting advice on using social media, writing for online audiences or some tips on improving your website, we can help.
Come along for a fun day where you can meet other members, gain a great insight into the Triennial and get some advice on improving your online presence.
Get some advice on how to make the most out of your Axisweb profile and best practice for your web presence including advice on writing for the web, hints and tips on improving your website, documenting your work and using social media affectively.
We are offering members 15 minute 1-2-1 sessions with an Axisweb staff member giving you the opportunity to have an informal chat about your work and get advice on your digital presence.
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About Folkestone Triennial
Folkestone Triennial takes place every three years and this year artists are invited to consider the theme of ‘the lookout’. Internationally recognised contemporary artists will engage with Folkestone’s rich cultural history and the town’s built environment. They will exhibit newly commissioned work in public spaces around the town.
About Lewis Biggs
Lewis Biggs is the curator of the Folkestone Triennial. With James Moores, he founded the Liverpool Biennial in 1998 and was its Artistic Director and Chief Executive from 2000 - 2011. He was Director of Tate Liverpool from 1990 to 2000.
As International Advisor to the College of Art and Design, Shanghai University, he helps organise a UK/China Award for Critical Writing (since 2012) and the John Moores Painting Prize China (since 2010).
He is the founding Chairman of the Institute for Public Art, an initiative advocating artists' involvement in place-making through the International Award for Public Art.
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