KATFM owns and manages community arts and education projects. Kent Education Centre, with studio/classrooms in Maidstone and Ashford offers access to GCSE and A-Level qualifications to young people that are not attending school. KATFM hosts its own accredited exam centre, music, arts and general education courses and events.
KATFM stands for Kent Arts Television Film Music. We provide spaces and collaborative projects created by students, members of the community and professionals.
Kent Arts–TFM started in 2015 inside its flagship project Ashford Arts Centre.
In 2019, the charity moved to smaller studios in Ashford in order to open additional satellite studio/classrooms across Kent. This move enabled Kent Art-TFM to expand it’s educational offerings available through Kent Education Centre so more people have to access the arts qualifications and training available through the KATFM Group.
In 2014, the first season of The Brilliant Book was aired on The Community Channel. In the Spring of 2020 we will be working on Season 2, at first we will be working on some pilot episodes to bring everyone up to speed on the series as well as working on a large scale project. …
We’re searching for creative people interested in any aspect of film making (Ideally located within South East England). The aim is to shoot and edit the films to a high standard of quality. Please email email@example.com
Exam Practice Workbook and Revision Guide – SET – £19.90 10 Minute Practice Tests – £5.95
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit – KATFM, 39 Marsham Street, Maidstone, Kent