Category Archives: Public Art

arts Sunday 4th June 2017

arts Sunday 4th June 2017, town seafront, craft, arts, music, drama, theatre, Guernsey

Please download and share the poster for friends and family, colleagues and customers, to join in this fantastic day, showcasing the creative talents of you, the Guernsey people, all in one amazing day. Starting at 10am all the way through … Continue reading

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Smithsonian Rosterino back in Guernsey for two free events

Andy Smith is returning to Guernsey to host a lecture at the Digital Greenhouse at 7.30pm on Thursday 23rd March, visit http://bit.ly/2mzEQMR to sign up for his event. Andy is also hosting an evening at The Gate House Gallery at the … Continue reading

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Work in Progress – Call for artists, designers and makers

Work in Progress

  The arts are under attack in schools across the UK and the number of Arts teachers has dropped by 11% since 2010. At the same time the UK government announced that ‘the UK’s Creative Industries are now worth nearly … Continue reading

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GAC’s wrap-up of 2016

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What were we up to in 2016? GAC’s Arts in Health Programme has been contributing towards personal health and well-being for a few years now and it is becoming increasingly recognised by health providers. In 2016 we worked with the Children’s … Continue reading

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Young people explore their values through Art

These Are Our Values By Hugh Rose A mural has a very special quality that marks it out from any other form of image; it physically occupies the community and the daily lives of its members. This makes it a … Continue reading

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Jamie and Antonia meet Joan Ozanne

 Joan Ozanne was recently awarded the British Empire Medal for her work with the community and arts in Guernsey. Guest blogger Jamie Bourgourd and Community Arts Assistant Antonia Ramsey went to speak to Joan about how the arts have evolved. … Continue reading

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Busking and street entertainers wanted

Liven up the streets and make money at the same time. If you are a musician, performer or entertainer, have you ever considered busking?   Whether you are just starting out or well advanced in your career, Guernsey Arts Commission would … Continue reading

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How many moustaches……

…… DOES IT TAKE TO PUT ‘ART IN CONTEXT’? TO FIND OUT MORE – JOIN US AT FROSSARD THEATRE ON SATURDAY 8TH MARCH AT 4:00PM.  (for more info contact GAC on info@arts.gg)  

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Art in Context

INTERESTED IN ART?  WANT TO LEARN MORE? If so, come along to the Frossard Theatre, Candie Museum, Candie Gardens, St Peter Port on Saturday 8 March at 4.00pm. ART IN CONTEXT IS A SERIES OF FIVE LECTURES ORGANISED BY THE … Continue reading

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Artist’s Road Trip Blog: by Emily Spruce

Artist’s Road Trip: Day 2 Yesterday myself and the Guernsey Arts Commission team headed over to Vazon bright and early to set up for Art on the Beach in the glorious sunshine, sporting our matching pink t-shirts of course! We … Continue reading

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