It was built in the early 19th century to keep Napoleon’s forces out, but from this summer the Greve de Lecq Barracks will be the base of a very different type of operation: making art!
I’ve been making music since I sat down at my Dad’s old upright piano, aged fourteen and wrote a song called ‘Leave Me Alone’, about a relationship coming to an end. It’s probably still the best song I’ve written. At the time I hadn’t been in a relationship or known what it was like to fall in or out of love. Yet its simple arrangement, the rawness of emotion, and the direct execution of melody and lyrics are qualities that I value in songwriting now.
The ‘Skipton School Mural Project - produced by ArtHouse Jersey’ will see local artists work together with school children and the wider Jersey community to develop up to 15 different murals at schools across the island. The project, sponsored by Skipton International, aims to inspire young people to engage with art and create murals with lasting impact for the Jersey community.
Previously supported writer's new play ‘Eden’, directed by Matthew Xia, will be on next year between February and March.
Composer Charles Maulever discusses writing his most recent composition, 'Two Brothers: A War Memorial Symphony'.
Three years after her debut EP, the Jersey-born singer-songwriter celebrates the release of ‘Wherever I Go’ at an intimate launch in Jersey on 7 November.
FLUX which has won the 2018 Creative Project of the Year for Jersey's first ever Tech Awards with 'Breaking Ice'.
Jeweller Jonathan Videgrain shares his experiences during his month-long artist residency in Beijing.
As part of Jason Butler's exhibition ‘Where Our Shadows Were’, we invite you to the public premiere of this unique, collaborative composition.
Andy Brunskill and Jimmy Grimes of ‘Brunskill and Grimes’ comissioned to write a complete version of their newest play ‘Jackie the Baboon’.
First initiated by Cooking Sections in 2015, Climavore will include events and menu options in several resturants across the island as a long-term project.
Beast, written and directed by local filmmaker Michael Pearce, is to be screened on Wednesday, with a Q&A at Cineworld.
Culture Jersey will list events and give cultural organisations a chance to promote themselves to attract new members and audiences.
A Seedy Sunday, Potluck Picnic and Germinale to take place as part of Seed Journey ACTII.
Selected images from the seed-funding recipient's shortlisted project, The Seaflower Venture, will be exhibited as part the Award's exhibition at London's Somerset House.
Skein is being developed as part of a collaboration between four multi-disciplinary artists: dancer Alys Hughes, artists Karen Le Roy Harris and Mirim Sedacca and visual and sound artist Lola Del la Mata.
The Jersey Migrant Worker Archive was initiated by Alicja Rogalska during a one month residency with The Morning Boat.
ArtHouse Jersey awarded dancer Serena Ruth with a grant to support her travel costs to the 2017 IDO Tap World Championships. Team GB shines in Germany.
Seed-funding recipient Alexander Mourant to hold solo exhibition of photographic works at London's Truman Gallery.
We're very excited by the launch of the CLIMAVORE Network with Cooking Sections from Saturday the 10th of February as part of our The morning boat residency.
We've put together some tools to help participating artists make the most of Skipton Open Studios
Robert, who won the ‘Mercedes Matter and Ambassador Middendorf Award’ for Performance in New York, is using our residency to develop this new piece of work. The artist says that the work will be the 'outcome of an extensive and varied creative process' and will be shared at the Chateau Vermont's chapel on 30 November 2018 when completed.