The Margate Manifesto Exhibition: Jemma Channing
CRATE Studios and Project Space: Multiple events
11, 12 to 13 October Friday 19:00 – 21:00; Saturday & Sunday 11.00 – 16.00
The Margate Manifesto is a declaration of intention for the future of Margate. Co-created in partnership with the public through a series of workshops, discussions and online submissions.
23p Beans: Ty Locke
The Reading Room plus COLLABORATE & EXCHANGE: CRATE Micro-Residency Exhibition
Shade and Darkness – Light and Colour (Goethe’s theory): Anthony Giles
23p Beans’ is an installation that uses thousands of tins of beans. Then after will be donated to local food banks.
A Cut From Sharp Grass: Well Projects
An exhibition of new paintings inspired by two of Turner’s paintings: ‘The Evening of the Deluge’ and ‘The Morning after the Deluge’.
Also in Margate: Marine Studios
Open Friday to Sunday
A Cut From Sharp Grass is a visual art exhibition and a series of public workshops curated by Well Projects.
KOMMA HEM Exhibition: Teresa Limbrick
What’s on at Marine Studios
How small a thought: Organised by Anne Ryan & Andrew Child
Open Friday – Sunday, 12:00 – 16:00
Film projection choreographed by contemporary dancer Harriet Parker-Beldeau and soundtrack by ANNA. The exhibition will show photographs, as well as part of the film set.
Also in Margate: Northdown Studios
This group exhibition of small works by 30 artists, looks at how ideas are developed in the studio using play, experimentation, half thoughts and chance.
Turner Prize 2019
What’s on at Northdown Studios
Nominated artists: Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Helen Cammock, Oscar Murillo, Tai Shani. Four of the most exciting artists working right now are shortlisted to win the prize based on an outstanding exhibition that has taken place in the previous year.