England's Creative Coast
14th April - 31st December 2020
England’s Creative Coast is a vibrant cultural region, spanning Kent, Essex, East and West Sussex. Here, we have some of the most outstanding galleries, arts organisations, events and festivals in the UK, all featuring work by the world’s foremost artists, littoral towns pulsating with creativity, and a breath-taking 1400km coastline that spans from the Thames Estuary to the English Channel.
In 2020, England’s Creative Coast is launching seven new artworks by leading contemporary artists and the first art digital geocaching tour in the world, to connect these creative places. Experience cultural adventures along this coastline using our specially curated package itineraries that will be released soon featuring art, events, food, drink and accommodation offers, and to plan for your visit next year, when you can enjoy the ultimate travel experience.
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England’s Creative Coast is led by Turner Contemporary and Visit Kent and aims to inspire visitors to the region. The project is principally funded by Arts Council England’s Cultural Destinations programme and Visit England / Visit Britain through the Discover England Fund, supported by South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP), East Sussex County Council, Kent County Council, Essex County Council, Visit Essex, Southend Borough Council, Coastal West Sussex, Historic Dockyard Chatham and Southeastern and is in partnership with Creative Foundation, De La Warr Pavilion, Jerwood Gallery, Metal, Towner Art Gallery, Whitstable Biennale, Pallant House Gallery, Cass Sculpture Foundation and Arundel Castle.