into the woods
Solo Exhibition of Oils & Watercolours (Upper & Lower Galleries)
Tue 13 Jun 2017 to Sun 25 Jun 2017
10am - 1pm Mons
10am - 4pm Sats 18th Feb, 18th Mar, 22nd Apr, 20th May, 17th Jun
10.30am - 3.13pm Sun 11th & Sat 24th Jun
10am - 4pm Sat 9th Sep
9.30am - 5.30pm Thu 19th - Fri 20th Oct
Newly installed vintage cast Albion printing press delivered and fitted by the lovely Giles from Amr letterpress. Quote from king Lear , by William shakespear. Seams apt, particularly today. “Then shall the realm of Albion Come to great confusion:” Confusion? What confusion? We have nothing but strength and stability in abundance thanks to our new press here @creek_creative. Bring on the next batch of political printing 😁 #queensspeach #strongandstable #albionpress #linocut #linoprint #printstudio #printingpress #letterpress #printmaking
Yes it is, but if you have enjoyed visiting us recently and do have 10 minutes spare, please help us by completing our new ONLINE SURVEY kindly designed for us by Georgie Anderson. No doubt you’ve heard it all before, but this feedback does guide future management decisions, and may be a crucial factor in obtaining significant funding for us to help improve the facilities here at Creek.
Currently we have Artist/Photographer & Filmmaker Paul Joyce presenting INTO THE WOODS an exhibition of Oil and Watercolour Paintings created in Kent and occupying both the Upper and Lower Galleries. Other aspects of Paul’s impressive career and background can be found by visiting his company website Lucida Productions or the BFI listings, and Bess browning’s 21/04/15 article in the KM about his Faversham studio home.
Next up in the Lower Gallery will be a solo exhibition of ‘Recent Work: Sculpture, Painting and Drawings’ from local artist Frank Cummins, featuring a selection of works completed in the last two years. (Show opens Saturday 1st – Sunday 16th July)
Now that it’s exactly 10 years ago, here’s a new 2:20 edit “Before it all Began” taken from the 14:13 original Creek Creative site check (May 2007). It took until July 2009 for us to secure the lease and get the keys!
— Gallery Studios (@creek_creative) May 25, 2017
We were #KentCreativeAwards finalists in Two Categories this year (Cultural venue + Arts organisation / of the year), but sadly we didn’t win either.
On Monday 17th October 2016 we attended the ‘Kent Life and Kent on Sunday Food & Drink Awards 2016‘ (
#kentfda) and out of hundreds of entries our Gallery Kitchen Cafe was judged as a very respectable top three Finalist in the two categories ‘Cafe of the Year’ and ‘Customer Service of the Year’.
If you are interested in exhibiting in the Lower Gallery currently the cost is £160 per week (+ 20% sales commission), with plenty of gaps in the calendar! Please note there are two rooms: the main room as shown in the photos, and the second, which currently still suffers water intrusion, but is uniquely atmospheric and includes an amazing 30m tunnel (ideal for unusual installations). The Lower Gallery is favoured by those exhibitors wishing for a dedicated space (with higher ceiling in the main room), more flexible layout, and peaceful atmosphere in contrast with the busy Upper Gallery.
Please consider donating to Creek Creative CIC using our PayPal DONATE BUTTON on the ‘About’ page. We guarantee that any funds received will be spent carefully on improvements to our artists’ facilities and to subsidise various exhibitions or promotional activities to support them. We are happy to hear specific suggestions if you have interesting ideas on how your money might be best deployed as Creek Creative continues to evolve. We are now looking into becoming a charity, at which point donations include tax incentives, or more specifically a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO), and the case for this development strengthens if you contact us to only pledge future support at this stage.
If you are interested in an art/design discipline but can’t find a course let us know – especially if you are a small group of friends thinking of learning together in an informal class – as we may be able to set up a new class just for you. Call Anne on 01795 535515 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a Community Interest Company supporting a wide range of artists and creatives by providing an affordable, friendly and productive environment in which to create and showcase work. As a not-for-profit organisation, any surplus income not spent on overheads goes towards improving the facilities.
Engaging Art Gallery and Project Spaces for hire, with easy access, all conveniently close to Faversham town centre, where Abbey Street meets Court Street near the creek.
Our Café offers delicious light lunches, fabulous cakes and quality coffee or teas every day except Monday. All food is cooked on the premises by Lorraine of Alsace Baking, with gluten and dairy free options available. Larger groups please book ahead: special occasions catered for in style.
A flexible arts facility arranged over 3 floors of a former Victorian brewery, we are home to 37 artists and designer-makers in 27 separate studios and workshops and 8 deskspaces in our co-working zone.
A tempting range of affordable, hand-crafted local designer-makers’ work, including a unique selection of high quality silver jewellery, ceramics, prints, paintings and unusual gifts.