- Cheriton Light Festival
- Forget Me Not Leaflet
- Forget Me Not WWI HLF
- Forget Me Not WWI Names
- gallery programme
Strange Cargo: The Future of Cultural Participation by Dr. Jonathan Vickery
A short essay that unpacks Strange Cargo unique approach to contemporary community.
UCA Internship Call
Download information about this opportunity.
Stretching New Boundaries Report by Dr Jonathan Vickery
Dr. Jonathan Vickery Director of the MA Global Media and Communication [MA GMC at the Centre for Cultural Policy Studies, Chaired the stretching New Boundaries Symposium. Download his report on the day.
public space: use it or lose it
Carnival is still very relevant today in its ‘holding’ of the right to reclaim the streets for public use. Along with many professional, and non- professional, groups we have struggled with the new legislation surrounding the licensing of public events, which has contributed to making any attempt at celebration, gathering or memorialising ever more difficult and prohibitively expensive.
what is public space for?
An essay commissioned by Strange Cargo from Anna Minton, author of ‘What Kind of World Are We Building: The Privatisation of Public Space,’ published by RICS. Her most recent publication, Ground Control : Fear and Happiness in the Twenty-First-Century City was published by Penguin in 2009.
like the back of my hand
An essay commissioned by Strange Cargo by Julian Baggini about the public artwork at Folkestone Central Station