East Kent is home to an abundance of creative talent. Throughout the Festival local artists will be opening their houses and studios to the public, free of charge. This is a great chance to see unique artworks and meet the artists within their creative environment.
Maps and leaflets available from Canterbury Visitor Information Centre at The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge and the Canterbury Festival Office on Orange Street.
Maps and leaflets available from the Fleur de Lis Tourist Information Centre on Preston Street and Creek Creative.
Maps and leaflets available from the Horsebridge Arts and Community Centre, The Library, Keams Yard Gallery and Whitstable Trust.
Margate and Clifftonville Trail
Maps and leaflets available from Margate Visitor Information Centre, The Droit House, Stone Pier,
Margate and all participating venues.
Herne Bay Trail
Maps and leaflets available from Beach Creative on Beach Street, Herne Bay Musuem and Bay Art Gallery both on William Street, Mackaris at The Bandstand on Central Parade, and Herne Bay
Library on the High Street.
Ramsgate and Broadstairs Trail
Maps and leaflets available from Ramsgate Information Centre in Ramsgate Harbour, Nice Things, harbour Street and York Street gallery, AiR, 18 harbour street in Ramsgate, Broadstairs Information Kiosk in Viking Bay, New Kent Art Gallery on Albion Street and all participating venues.
Maps and leaflets available from The Astor Theatre,Stanhope Road, Deal Library, off Queen Street and The Landmark Cafe, bottom of Trinity Road and all participating venues.
For the full list of trails and exhibiting artists, see the EKOH website.