Join in with JAM – 6th to 15th August

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Join with Jam for 9 Virtual concerts of new music streamed from St Leonard’s Church, Hythe and 3 sensational exhibitions.
This year the Jam on the Marsh festival (which normally takes place in the first 2 weeks of July in Romney Marsh) will be a virtual festival instead. For more details take a look at the link below for information about the performances taking place and how you can participate in the events online.

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To give you just a small taste of the 3 incredible exhibitions; here is a little more about them:

SCULPT the WORLD Exhibition
Carsten Birkebaek of Jon Foreman’s Beach Art (image above)
The beach art by land artist Jon Foreman on Dymchurch beach was a highlight of JAM on the Marsh 2019 featuring on BBC Inside Out South East. In this exhibition, aerial drone photographer Carsten Birkebaek presents 12 breath-taking images capturing Jon’s sand art, with these extraordinarily powerful images being edited by photographer Justin Sutcliffe.​

BETWEEN the SEA and the SKY Exhibition
Tristan Fewings
JAM on the Marsh revisits Tristan Fewings wonderful pictures from his Between the Sea and the Sky exhibition. As apart of a two year residency with JAM on the Marsh, this exhibition follows Tristan’s journey along the unique coastline of Romney Marsh, criss-crossing the Marsh with his camera to explore its landscape.

Susan Pilcher
In this retrospective exhibition, Susan Pilcher, a New Romney-based photographer, has taken a unique approach to photographing the Marsh: every shot has been taken at the dead of night, giving her audience an unusual and intriguing view of local structures and its star-filled skies.


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