- public art + people
- can art change the way people feel about their community?
- can public art be something that is already there?
- can public art make people feel safer?
Cheriton Lights 2013 Film
Cheriton / February 2013
The event was generously funded by: Arts Council England Roger De Haan Charitable Trust Paul Hamlyn Foundation Interreg European Funding The Tory Family Foundation Shepway District Council Kent County Council. The Cheriton Lights Festival was selected under the European cross-border cooperation programme INTERREG IV A France (Channel) - England, co-funded by the ERDF.
Strange Cargo would like to thank: Hannah Rushforth – Production Manager, Scarlett Rickard – Graphic Design, Steve Taylor – Four Fish Designs bonfire sculpture, Pete Brown, Dan Reynolds and Jamie (I think you have his surname) - Sound and Light, Artists: Sacha Addley, Sarah Roëlich, Anna Harper, Estelle Rosenfeld, Emily Tull, Jasmin Al Aidi, Sam Giles, Adam Thompson, Leon Bernard, Edward Orasinski, Joshua Thornton, Sound2Light, AJ Pyrotechnics, The wonderful volunteers for their support.
Also thanks to: Roger Casement Traffic Management, George Zerbino – Signgraphics, Gurkha Services Solutions, Peter Blach and Ewan Golder at Klip Films, Jewsons, Folkestone Kent County Council, Shepway District Council, Kent Police, Stagecoach, United Response Community Network, Cheriton Baptist Church, All Souls Church, County Hardware, Everest Cash and Carry, Riviera Car Sales, Taylor’s Pharmacy.
Participating schools: Pent Valley Technology College, William Harvey Grammar School for Boys, Folkestone Schools for Girl, Brockhill Park Performing Arts College, All Souls Primary School, Harcourt Primary School, Sandgate Primary School, Cheriton Primary School, Saltwood Primary School.