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- Charivari 2020 - Let's Dance Film
- Charivari Swallow hat and Mobile Phone twirler Demonstration
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- Charivari 2020 - Let's Dance carnival
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- Cheriton Light Festival 2020
- Everywhere Means Something to Someone
- charivari day 2019
- The Parish Frieze
- The Votive Fishing Fleet
- Unveiling The Elwick Etchings
- Forget Me Not events
- Cheriton Light Festival 2018
- Folkestone Embarkations by John Wedgwood-Clarke
- Interview with Ross Ashton & Karen Monid
- Interview with Jyll Bradley
- In Favour of Public Space
- Darren Henley visits Strange Cargo
- The People's Guidebook to Lens
- Strange Cargo: the future of cultural participation
Interview with Jyll Bradley
15 March 2016
As travellers enter and leave Folkestone West station on the train, they will be able to view a new Cheriton landmark - the captivating new sculpture Espalier, created by artist Jyll Bradley for the 2016 Cheriton Light Festival. Click to view Jyll Bradley's interview.
An espalier is a technique for training fruit trees so that maximum sun reaches the ripening fruit. This new work draws upon Bradley's childhood memories of Kentish orchards. Created for the sunny southerly wall of Strange Cargo the work celebrates the twin colours of growth - green leaf and red fruit.
Strange Cargo is delighted that Espalier is going to remain in position on Strange Cargo's Cheriton gallery for the foreseeable future, welcoming visitors to Cheriton by casting constantly changing shadows, the colours of Kentish orchards during the day and a glorious and colourful beacon at night to welcome people home.
Espalier is a companion piece to Jyll's compelling 2014 Folkestone Triennial artwork Green Light in Folkestone.