Bergerac’s Island - Jersey in the 1980s

Bergerac’s Island - Jersey in the 1980s -›

The 1980s were an amazing decade. It was a decade of huge contrasts. There was lots of greed and selfishness and widening gap between the rich and poor, but at the same time, people took action to help look after the planet and each other.This exhibition looks at how we felt about what was happening in the world and Jersey in the 1980s.

Link Gallery Takeover

Link Gallery Takeover -›

The Link Gallery has been taken over by the team behind the Skipton Arts Series and in May, June and July we'll welcome 5 new artists into this space. NOW on A Snapshot in Time - selection of photographs from an on-going portrait series by respected local photographer Fenby Miskin

Storymakers - where people make history.

Storymakers - where people make history. -›

This new community exhibition celebrates people's passion for the past and the ways in which they engage with Jersey’s heritage. Whether that is making a pilgrimage to Elizabeth Castle on St Helier's Day or taking part in a re-enactment of the Battle of Jersey in the Royal Square.

Farming Families

Farming Families -›

Farming has always been a family business. Hamptonne Country Life Museum stands in the rural heart of the Island where many farms have been run by the same family for generations.

Retro Games Days

Retro Games Days -›

Do you remember Space invaders, Operation, Guess Who and the first edition of Trivial Pursuit? Do your children have no idea what these things are?

Link Gallery Exhibitions

Link Gallery Exhibitions -›

The Link Gallery hosts a rolling programme of local artists exhibiting their latest work. These exhibitions are always free to access.