On Friday 12th April, a number of videos and animations will be screened at the Silver Screen Cinema in Dover, as part of Art in the Park - Kearsney Interpreted.
The project involves a series of artist residencies and the work produced through the residencies includes sculptures, one-off performative events, photographs and artists’ films.
- Phil Saunders Nature's Guardian Animation 7'42 min.
- Louise Webb Stretches of earth shared, exchanged and
collected 8'17 min.
- Jamie Jenkinson Chalk Stream 3’ 46”, Bridge 5’ 21”,
Umbrella 6’ 07” and group video 13’ 42”
Group Video Contributors:
Alma Tischlerwood, Anna-Marya Tompa,
Clare Smith, Janet Dray, Joanna Jones,
Mike Tedder, Phil Goss & Steph Wallace
- Katharine Beaugié Documentary of the twilight event: River Song 4′ 08″
- Clare Smith, Watercress and Daffodils, 50 mins
- Park Bench, a DAD Production, directed by Joanna Jones with original soundtrack Richard Bundy 40 mins
There will be a 15 minute break after the short video programme and a 15 minute break after Watercress and Daffodils.
Entrance is free, but places must be booked on the Eventbrite booking page.
This event is part of Art in the Park – Kearsney Interpreted, a project that is funded by the Arts Council and is being delivered in partnership with Dover Arts Development (DAD).