The Museum of Imagined Kent

MA Curating show explores the imagined cultural impact of Kent


The Museum of Imagined Kent, the final MA Curating exhibition, will open today in Studio 3 Gallery in the Jarman Building at 6pm. It will run through Summer Term, opening during the week from 1-4pm.

Have you seen a hooden horse before? A unicorn skull? Prehistoric fish? Did you know The Bishop’s Finger is haunted? That modernism began in Kent? That Japan and Kent are practically identical? That Kentish collectors have been stockpiling Japanese swords for decades to stave off an invasion?
No! Well you need to come to The Museum of Imagined Kent