Folkestone is the best seaside town for creative culture in the UK.  There’s the Folkestone Triennial Festival every three years and many more events in between.  Folkestone Artworks have 46 Triennial pieces on public display around the town.  The Creative Quarter is home to creative businesses, which are relocating here as we support start-ups and established artists. We’ve got activities for future creatives too.  Discover how creative people and industry are shaping Folkestone!

Zak Waters – Photographer
Hannah Prizeman – Creativity in Lock Down
Charlie Phillips – The Guardian’s Head of Video
Heather Orr – Striking Cords of Creativity
Dive into the water – Auria Swimwear
Unique, Handcrafted and Bespoke Artworks – Hiraeth Creative
Folkestone Artworks – The Largest Public Collection in the UK
Luxurious Cleansing Handmade Soap – Soap Lab
Strange Cargo – Art for the People!
In Sight of Success – Sight Hound
Installations by a Yarn Artist – Deborah Nash
Connecting the Creative Community – East Cliff Creatives
Urban Rooms Folkestone – A Place To Discuss The Future Of Our Town
Ben Allen – Gothic Architecture Folkestone
Run The World – Where Sport and Creativity Blend Into One
Get Jamming with Jim Jam Arts
Zoe Gilbert – Author and Resident
Exhibiting New Talent – Blue Tuohy
Inspired By Stories – Paper Boat Documentaries
Folkelife meets the Real Folkestone Mermaid – Georgina Baker
Award-winning Art – Emily Peasgood
A Californian State-of-Mind – Rennies Seaside Modern
Create, work and live – The Creative Quarter
International Public Art Festival – Folkestone Triennial
Folkestone Triennial 2021 – The Plot
Regenerating A Town Through Art – Creative Folkestone
Future Creatives – Children’s Activities in Folkestone
For the Record – Shane Record
Susanna Howard – Living Words Folkestone

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