The Creative Folkestone Triennial art festival will feature a Crazy Golf course.
|Folkestone in 2010|
Folkestone will play host to the fifth Folkestone Triennial with 20 artworks being set up around the seaside town in Kent.
One of those will be amusement arcade and crazy golf-themed.
The artist genuinefake (Rachel Stella Jenkins) will be setting up a pavilion with an amusement arcade and crazy golf course on the site of the old Rotunda amusement arcades.
The Creative Folkestone Triennial, formerly the Folkestone Triennial, takes place between Saturday 5th September and Sunday 8th November 2020.
Find out more on the Creative Folkestone Triennial website.
It's not the first time that Crazy Golf has been a part of the Folkestone Triennial. The first edition saw the 18 Holes Crazy Golf art installation created by Richard Wilson. This permanent artwork was made using the old Arnold Palmer Putting Course from The Rotunda to resemble three beach huts!
|18 Holes Crazy Golf art installation created by Richard Wilson in Folkestone|
|What a wonderful use of an old minigolf course|
|A nice view|
It was nice to see the old minigolf course used for something as the site of The Rotunda resembled a desolate wasteland when we visited in 2010.
|The Rotunda in Folkestone|