ArtHouse Jersey, previously known as the Jersey Arts Trust, supports artists from Jersey and across the world to create ambitious work that has a positive impact on our Island community and international audiences.
We provide time, support and a home for the creative process to enable the creation of ambitious work that has a positive impact on our Island community and international audiences. We work with artists practicing across every discipline from all backgrounds. We produce large-scale exhibitions, theatre pieces, concerts and community-focused workshops. We are there to enable artists who have ambition and talent to create inspiring, high-quality work that can change lives.
Support for artists:
We provide local, Jersey-based artists with financial support and offer free advice and artist-led development opportunities, ranging from facilitated workshops and projects, guided residencies, and industry networking, to drop-in sessions with our team. We are there to nurture and provide a helping hand at critical moments in an artist’s journey: from young people choosing to pursue a career in the arts, to established professionals.
Chateau Vermont is ArtHouse Jersey’s home and a residency space for visiting international artists. It is a base for the creation and presentation of new work. Located in the rural parish of St Saviour in the Channel Island of Jersey, Chateau Vermont acts as a centre for the inception, development and production of new work and is a collaborative space where connections can be forged between artists and the wider community. The building encompasses meeting and rehearsal spaces for artists, self-catering facilities and ensuite bedrooms for residencies.