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Folkestone Quarterhouse

Folkestone Quarterhouse

The Creative Foundation is an independent visionary arts charity dedicated to enabling the regeneration of Folkestone through creative activity. Working with the people of Folkestone, partners and other stakeholders we are transforming the town making it a better place to live, work, visit and study.

Folkestone Quarterhouse is a Creative Foundation project, run alongside the Folkestone Triennial, Folkestone Artworks, Creative Quarter and home venue for Folkestone Book Festival.  Quarterhouse shares the Creative Foundation’s dedication to enabling the regeneration of Folkestone through creative activity.

McMcArts have been working with the Creative Foundation since June 2012. We have developed a new vision for Quarterhouse alongside a new business plan and successfully fundraised to make the vision a reality. A new team were appointed in September 2013

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