from JAM on the Marsh 2020
Following a highly successful JAM on the Marsh:VIRTUAL in 2020, we launch the first of our FESTIVAL REFLECTIONS, starting with the fantastic mezzo-soprano Rebecca Afonwy-Jones. Here she discusses her experiences of filming and how she brought her performance to life for JAM on the Marsh.
The second of our FESTIVAL REFLECTIONS, with Julia Desbruslais Executive Director and cellist in the London Mozart Players. Here she discusses her experiences of performing and filming the world premiere of Paul Mealor’s Piano Concerto.
Join Michael Bawtree (Festival Curator 2019-2020) as he shares the highlight from his concert with the London Mozart Players featuring Judith Bingham’s The Hythe, commissioned by JAM.
Short Film Competition 2020
View 6 new short films from this year’s first Short Film Competition in collaboration with Screen South and The Fifth Continent.
GALLERY of EXHIBITIONS
of Jon Foreman's Beach Art
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 extraordinaryly powerful images being edited by photographer Justin Sutcliffe.
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.
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.