Monthly Archives: December 2011

Local film to be premiered alongside classic

The locally produced horror-comedy Zombey, which was supported by the Guernsey Arts Commission via the Film, Poetry and Prose Sub-Committee, will be getting it’s premiere at the Princess Royal Centre for the Performing Arts on Wednesday 21st December 2012 as … Continue reading

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Community Arts Development Manager and Commissioner named

The Guernsey Arts Commission is very happy to announce the appointment of its new Community Arts Development Manager and Commissioner for Community Arts as Brett Klement and Teresa Stoakes. Brett has been working with the Guernsey Arts Commission as Community … Continue reading

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2012 funding applications are now open

In 2011 the Guernsey Arts Commission has provided funding to more than 30 different arts events and projects around the Bailiwick and we are now accepting applications for funding for events and projects in 2012. Each year we are given … Continue reading

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Meet the Director! Award winning film maker leads workshop

BAFTA nominated film director Avie Luthra is coming to Guernsey, and the Guernsey Arts Commission is offering places on a workshop hosted by this highly talented film maker. On Saturday 28th January Avie will lead a day-long workshop at Blanchelande … Continue reading

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Joint project sees Christmas tree “decorated with a difference”

The Guernsey Arts Commission and the Adult Disability Day Service have got together to help local people with disabilities and raise awareness of different cancers, cancer prevention and early diagnosis by decorating a Christmas Trees in an unusual way. The … Continue reading

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