Cheriton Artland Transcription

10 August 2012

Transcription is part of Cheriton Artland, a three year programme of creative development for Cheriton curated by Strange Cargo, that aims to have an immersive impact on the local community through the arts. The images in Transcription take their starting point from paintings by William Hogarth and have been interpreted for the 21st century by artists David Motta, Matt Rowe, Hannah Rushforth, Roy Smith, Greg Stobbs, with support from Bid Tophill, Sam Giles and Elliot Tyler. The artists worked in close collaboration with local people from Cheriton Library Talk Time group, young people from the Nepalese community and secondary school students from Pent Valley, Harvey Grammar and Folkestone School for Girls.

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