Whitstable Biennale is a festival of performance, film and sound, taking place every two years on the Kent coast. This year, their Artists' Short Film Programme will present Oriental Silk at Horsebridge Arts Centre.
Artists’ Short Film Programme
Saturday 4th June - Sunday 12th June
H4, Horsebridge Arts Centre
This programme of short films runs three times every day during the festival. The programme starts at 10:00, 12:40 and 15:20. Visit at any point during opening times. Free.
Whitstable Biennale is a festival of performance, film and sound, taking place every two years on the Kent coast. The event has grown out of Whitstable’s extensive artistic community, and has developed an international reputation for showcasing the most exciting up-and-coming artists and filmmakers, and engaging audiences in a rich programme.
Whitstable is a town renowned for its oysters, and its extensive artistic community. Growing out of a small fishing village, the town has a busy Harbour, and a yearly Oyster Festival.
The eighth edition of the Whitstable Biennale takes place from 4 – 12 June 2016. See the programme section of this website, or consult the print programme available throughout Whitstable during the festival, for details of exhibitions, performances and events. The My Biennale function enables you to ‘star’ events, and print them out to take to the festival – and you will also be able to download this year’s festival App in May. Please note that some performances are on for less than an hour, whereas other exhibitions are open all day, every day of the festival, and some events require booking.
All exhibitions and events are free.