We have a full programme of special events running alongside the open studio weekends for you to enjoy; including commissioned public art projects, partner exhibitions, workshops, talks, pop-up feasts, and parties to celebrate Jersey’s artistic culture.
Visit each of the project pages for more information:
SKIPTON OPEN STUDIOS LAUNCH PARTY
Friday 22 June, 6pm - 8.30pm, Beresford Street Kitchen
Join us at BSK to raise a glass to toast the start of Skipton Open Studios! We'll be kickstarting our Silent Auction and celebrating with some beers, acoustic music and live art.
The epicenter of Skipton Open Studios.
Saturday 23 June – Monday 2 July, 10am – 5pm daily.
ArtHouse Jersey will be taking over the former Police Station in St Helier’s Royal Square, as a pop-up venue for several artistic projects, and as an information hub for the public to drop into to find out more about the event. Make this your first stop for picking up a map of Open Studios around the island, and experience some of the work on display as part of this unique takeover.
WHO AM I?
An evolving art installation curated by Sarah Taylor, Piquet House
Does anyone ever see who we truly are? Within us exist worlds often unseen by those around us... worlds of emotions, dreams, experiences and stories, all woven together into a unique tapestry. This free drop-in experience invites you to create a collage of who you truly are, from the inside out.
All ages are welcome (children to be accompanied by an adult).
THE STORY EXCHANGE
An evolving art installation curated by Sarah Taylor, Piquet House
Inspired by the BBC’s Listening Project, Sarah Taylor’s evolving art installation The Story Exchange presents an opportunity to listen to some of the island’s voices in a unique experiential art installation. All ages are welcome (children to be accompanied by an adult).
THE MURAL PROJECT PART III
Island wide, curated by Ben Robertson a.k.a BOKRA
A collection of Jersey Artists will
be adorning the streets of St Helier with new art, to enliven the town centre and reflect the creative spirit of the island. A new digital map of the Jersey’s street art is available
to download to help you to seek out these artworks on a self-guided walk, and Ben will also be holding Street Art Tours of the murals in St Helier during the week of Open Studios. More info and how to book onto Street Tours can be found on the event page.
Unveiling the HorsiCulture Box with The morning boat Saturday 23rd, Royal Square
Kaspar Wimberley and Susanne Kudielka, curators of The morning boat, unveil Jersey’s newest and most unique art space, a horse box that will be made available to local artists, activists and creatives, for pop up events, projects and activities. We invite you to join us in the Royal Square, to propose and share ideas for the future of this exciting venture. The HorsiCulture Box has been made possible with a grant from HSBC. Details of the day’s programme, including timings, can be found on our website and on www.morningboat.com.
'FOOD AS ART' POP UP KITCHEN WITH NOURISH AND LOVE WINE
Wednesday 27 June – 7PM
Pop-Up Kitchen at SECRET LOCATION with Nourish and Love Wine
We at ArtHouse Jersey love nothing more than bringing people together to enjoy delicious food, whilst mingling and meeting new friends. Celebrating food and art as a whole, we gather at a communal table to appreciate Jersey’s natural fare, curated by talented chef Claire Allenet of Nourish to conclude the Open Studios. Discover art, but not as you know it...a feast for all the senses. More info, including ticket prices and how to book can be found on the event page.
Over 18s only. More info, including ticket prices and how to book will be updated on our website soon!
DRINK AND DRAW LIFE DRAWING
With Abi Overland and Project 52 Friday 29 June – 1900-2100, Project 52
We’re delighted to be partnering with Jersey cocktail bar Project 52 to offer a Drink and Draw Life Drawing event, hosted by local illustrator Abi Overland.
Over 18s only. For more info, and to buy a ticket please click here.
FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY AND STYLING WORKSHOP
With Holly Smith and The Bean Pot Sunday 24 June – 1500-1700, Piquet House
Are you a budding food photographer or stylist? Do you want to know how to best show off the dishes at your restaurant? Or simply want to get better at snapping your meals out for Instagram? Local photographer Holly Smith will be leading a relaxed Food Photography and Styling Workshop in partnership with pop-up supper club host Anna Hafsteinson of ‘The Bean Pot’. Pick up some tips whilst you’re tasting the delicious food on offer.
More info, including ticket prices and how to book can be found on the event page.
JERSEY SUMMER EXHIBITION
At CCA Galleries International, Thursday 21st June - Friday 27th July 10.00-17.30, Monday - Friday and by appointment.
CCA Galleries International, 10 Hill Street, St Helier, JE2 4UA email@example.com
+44 (0)1534 739 900
The Jersey Summer Exhibition is a group exhibition, based on the successful model at the Royal Academy, London every summer – exhibits are selected by a panel of professional artists and critics and shown in a selling exhibition. CCA Galleries International is pleased to partner with ArtHouse Jersey and the Skipton Open Studios in making it a great summer for visual art in Jersey.
RE-WILD THE WORLD
Tuesday 26th June to Friday 29th June, Piquet House, 10am – 5pm
In 2017 and 2018 The morning boat worked with Cooking Sections to develop a diet that functions as a practical conservation tool, to improve and preserve the quality of our water supply and the biodiversity of local habitats.
In collaboration with local chef and food systems researcher India Hamilton, Re-wild my plate expands on this initiative and continues discussions that took place exploring the notion of conservation cooking in the local context, from Forest Farm Feasts and Deep-Rooted Meats, to Cover Crop Salads and Hedgerow Liquors. Guests are invited to share and consume ideas regarding the future of food and food production on the island of Jersey.
A room at Picquet House will detail how the management of the island’s ecology might tie in with the production and consumption of food and the sourcing of nutrients, while a collection of plates will explore the potential within these systems, from uncultivated landscapes and natural infrastructures, to progressive farming practices.
The plates that are created during the week will be used as the inspiration and service for a meal exploring some of the ideas that have been generated.
Drop in tasting sessions and discussions:
Wednesday 27th June, 5pm to 6pm
Thursday 28th June, 12pm-2pm
POP-UP BOOKSTORE FOR LOCAL WRITERS WITH RURAL MAGAZINE
Piquet House, 10am – 5pm
on Saturday 23rd – Sunday 24th June & Saturday 30th June – Sunday 1st July
Rural Magazine will be bringing writers to Picquet House. their pop-up ‘bookstore’
showcasing and selling books by local writers to Picquet House.