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  • INTRODUCTION TO THE FESTIVAL

    YOU AND ME AND EVERYTHING WE KNOW This Digital Festival plays to DAD’S strengths and its ambition to work both strategically and on the ground to embed the arts in…

  • FESTIVAL SHOP

    PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE A special selection of collectibles from past projects, the current festival artists’ publications and desirables you might enjoy in future… and a place to support DAD…

  • TUNE IN TO DAD RADIO

    DAD RADIO IN PARTNERSHIP WITH DOVER COMMUNITY RADIO A key component of the DAD Digital Festival is the continuation of the DAD RADIO programme in partnership with Dover Community Radio…

  • A ROLLING OVERVIEW

    WHAT CAN I SEE, READ OR HEAR? Here is a rolling overview of contributions created during the festival as another way of experiencing the full scope of the festival or…

  • HOME

    YOU CAN REACH THE WORLD FROM DOVER Dover Arts Development Ltd (DAD) is delighted to present a six-month Digital Festival of sound and visual content promoting Dover to the world…

  • SIMON BILL’S WORLD

    DOVER EXPLORATIONS Come on a journey into Simon Bill’s world… Simon is our writer in residence for the festival with a project comprising three strands: Firstly, as a BLOGGER: writing…

  • JOSEPH BLACK

    Joseph Black has made the drawing for the festival homepage that can be seen as an extension of the illustrations Joseph created in his recent DAD-commissioned Dover Art Network map,…

  • ANNA PHOEBE & RICHARD BUNDY

    CANTIUM ARTS Anna Phoebe is one of the artist-musicians commissioned for the festival. She will collaborate with key board player and composer Richard Bundy and visual artist Greg Stobbs on a…

  • PHOTO DIARY: MARTIN BRADLEY

    Exploring Dover using nothing but a camera phone, Martin Bradley captures a candid Dover; unedited and unabridged.Martin has been supplying DAD with photos from his walks during lockdown. We will…

  • PRESS

    SPREAD THE WORD We are delighted to already have had some lovely feedback from journalists in the run up to the festival – and if you would like to help…