The Atlas of Kent Publication is now available for sale from Waterstones bookshop in Canterbury, and the Turner Contemporary gallery in Margate.
Throughout the Kent Cultural Baton’s journey a wealth of curious tales have been gathered which will be brought together to form the Atlas of Kent. Presented as a published record and web based interactive resource the Atlas shows an alternative map of the county, displaying a snapshot of Kent’s fascinating history including Nicole Mollett’s spectacular, ‘Cultural Map of the Beasts, Legends and Arts of Kent’. The Map will serve as an archive creating a cultural legacy available for future generations to explore and discover.
The Atlas of Kent includes contributions from;
Erin Newell, Bridgette Ashton, Jon Adams, Duncan Ward, Charlotte Warne Thomas, Amy Curtis, Workers of Art, The Big Fish, Mark Sosbe, Steve MacPherson Rosa Ainley, Animate and Create, Jane Pitt, Sally O’Reilly, Acrojou, Simon Barker, Nick Snelling, Abake, Iain Aitch, Sue Jones, Gayle Chong Kwan, Peter Fillingham, Colin Priest, Jeremy Millar, Lloyd Durling, Maggie Rose, Toni Batey, The Batons, Emrys Plant, Tom Swift, Stour Valley Arts, Matt Rowe, Dolores de Sade, Ros Barker & Franny Swann, Luce Choules, Martin Latham, Nick Jordan, Jacob Cartwright, Jessica Ackermann, Cara Flynn, Brian Dillon, Adam Chodzko, and FAF Arts.