Folkestone Our Screen Heritage events – programme and tickets

We’re excited to announce that you can now book tickets to the final Our Screen Heritage shows in both Folkestone and Margate! These events mark the culmination of the work…

Celebrating Folkestone Pride

On 23rd July 2022 Folkestone Pride celebrated their annual town-wide Pride Festival.  Did you go to Folkestone Pride? Did you film the day and capture your experience?  Together we hope…

OSH Pop Up at Folkestone Library

Until the end of July visitors to Folkestone library will be able to visit a pop up exhibition created by the Our Screen Heritage Community Curators! The exhibition features a…

Young People’s Photography Club learn and respond to SASE collection

‘Often when we find images of queer people in history and they’re not recognised’ – member of Worthing LGBTQ+ Photography Club Inspired by the work of the Our Screen Heritage…

Folkestone Curation Team visits Queer the Pier

This weekend Our Screen Heritage Community Curators made the trip to Brighton to visit the community curated ‘Queer the Pier’ exhibition, on display in Brighton Museum and Art Gallery until…

OSH Community Curators consider how to curate queer histories

Following on from a series of training workshops, the OSH Community Curators have begun the process of considering what and how they hope to present as part of the public…

We’re searching for LGBTQIA+ community footage

New public call for LGBTQIA+ films in the South East As part of the ‘Our Screen Heritage’ project SASE are launching a public call for LGBTQIA+ films in the South…

Upcoming Community Curator Training

How do we thinking critically about archive collections with Siyan Zhang As our Community Curator training picks up pace, we’re very excited to have Siyan Zhang working with our Community…

Community Curator Training Begins!

Following on from an amazing series of LGBTQIA+ history clubs, which saw presentations exploring the lives and stories of older lesbians, the power of the everyday object in telling LGBTQIA+ histories and a reimaging of Margate’s queer history, the ‘Our Screen Heritage’ project has launched its Community Curator programme. The programme will provide volunteers with the opportunity to become part of a group of radical Community Curators, investigating and curating the queer screen heritage of Folkestone and Margate….

LGBTQIA+ HISTORY CLUBS IN FOLKESTONE AND MARGATE

The first history clubs have taken place in Folkestone and Margate.  A place for the lovers of stories, history, and her stories. Each event is filled with interesting talks to…

We are recruiting!

Project Videographer Folkestone We are looking for a freelance Video Producer/Editor to attend 8 community curation sessions 6.30-8.30pm twice a month on a weekday evening in June, July, August and…