23Apr
This year Art for Guernsey’s artists in residence are the internationally acclaimed Daniel Hosego (London) and Oleg Mikhailov (St Petersburg). Both artists are incredibly versatile and contemporary in their approach, while still strongly influenced by the Renaissance period. They were tasked with the daunting mission of revisiting the legacy of the ultimate ‘Renaissance Man’ in Guernsey, Victor Hugo. Daniel and Oleg’s astounding artworks were inspired by Toilers of the Sea, Hauteville House, Hugo himself and the myriad symbols and metaphors of the Renaissance.
24Apr
This year Art for Guernsey’s artists in residence are the internationally acclaimed Daniel Hosego (London) and Oleg Mikhailov (St Petersburg). Both artists are incredibly versatile and contemporary in their approach, while still strongly influenced by the Renaissance period. They were tasked with the daunting mission of revisiting the legacy of the ultimate ‘Renaissance Man’ in Guernsey, Victor Hugo. Daniel and Oleg’s astounding artworks were inspired by Toilers of the Sea, Hauteville House, Hugo himself and the myriad symbols and metaphors of the Renaissance.
25Apr
This year Art for Guernsey’s artists in residence are the internationally acclaimed Daniel Hosego (London) and Oleg Mikhailov (St Petersburg). Both artists are incredibly versatile and contemporary in their approach, while still strongly influenced by the Renaissance period. They were tasked with the daunting mission of revisiting the legacy of the ultimate ‘Renaissance Man’ in Guernsey, Victor Hugo. Daniel and Oleg’s astounding artworks were inspired by Toilers of the Sea, Hauteville House, Hugo himself and the myriad symbols and metaphors of the Renaissance.
26Apr
This year Art for Guernsey’s artists in residence are the internationally acclaimed Daniel Hosego (London) and Oleg Mikhailov (St Petersburg). Both artists are incredibly versatile and contemporary in their approach, while still strongly influenced by the Renaissance period. They were tasked with the daunting mission of revisiting the legacy of the ultimate ‘Renaissance Man’ in Guernsey, Victor Hugo. Daniel and Oleg’s astounding artworks were inspired by Toilers of the Sea, Hauteville House, Hugo himself and the myriad symbols and metaphors of the Renaissance.
27Apr
This year Art for Guernsey’s artists in residence are the internationally acclaimed Daniel Hosego (London) and Oleg Mikhailov (St Petersburg). Both artists are incredibly versatile and contemporary in their approach, while still strongly influenced by the Renaissance period. They were tasked with the daunting mission of revisiting the legacy of the ultimate ‘Renaissance Man’ in Guernsey, Victor Hugo. Daniel and Oleg’s astounding artworks were inspired by Toilers of the Sea, Hauteville House, Hugo himself and the myriad symbols and metaphors of the Renaissance.
28Apr
This year Art for Guernsey’s artists in residence are the internationally acclaimed Daniel Hosego (London) and Oleg Mikhailov (St Petersburg). Both artists are incredibly versatile and contemporary in their approach, while still strongly influenced by the Renaissance period. They were tasked with the daunting mission of revisiting the legacy of the ultimate ‘Renaissance Man’ in Guernsey, Victor Hugo. Daniel and Oleg’s astounding artworks were inspired by Toilers of the Sea, Hauteville House, Hugo himself and the myriad symbols and metaphors of the Renaissance.
29Apr
The Guernsey Literary Festival is one of the highlights of the island’s arts calendar,  based right in the centre of beautiful St Peter Port.
This year Art for Guernsey’s artists in residence are the internationally acclaimed Daniel Hosego (London) and Oleg Mikhailov (St Petersburg). Both artists are incredibly versatile and contemporary in their approach, while still strongly influenced by the Renaissance period. They were tasked with the daunting mission of revisiting the legacy of the ultimate ‘Renaissance Man’ in Guernsey, Victor Hugo. Daniel and Oleg’s astounding artworks were inspired by Toilers of the Sea, Hauteville House, Hugo himself and the myriad symbols and metaphors of the Renaissance.
30Apr
The Guernsey Literary Festival is one of the highlights of the island’s arts calendar,  based right in the centre of beautiful St Peter Port.
This year Art for Guernsey’s artists in residence are the internationally acclaimed Daniel Hosego (London) and Oleg Mikhailov (St Petersburg). Both artists are incredibly versatile and contemporary in their approach, while still strongly influenced by the Renaissance period. They were tasked with the daunting mission of revisiting the legacy of the ultimate ‘Renaissance Man’ in Guernsey, Victor Hugo. Daniel and Oleg’s astounding artworks were inspired by Toilers of the Sea, Hauteville House, Hugo himself and the myriad symbols and metaphors of the Renaissance.
01May
Surrender, Liberation and Re-occupation
Priaulx Library Gardens, Candie Road, St Peter Port, GY1
From 11:00 am to 06:00 pm
A free exhibition in the Priaulx Library gardens and in the library, chronicling the German Occupation; the Liberation and the re-occupation of Guernsey by allied forces. The exhibition features contemporary photographs; facsimile newspapers and maps. The Priaulx Library is indebted to Captain J.H. Wallbridge for his support and assistance with this exhibition.
The Guernsey Literary Festival is one of the highlights of the island’s arts calendar,  based right in the centre of beautiful St Peter Port.
This year Art for Guernsey’s artists in residence are the internationally acclaimed Daniel Hosego (London) and Oleg Mikhailov (St Petersburg). Both artists are incredibly versatile and contemporary in their approach, while still strongly influenced by the Renaissance period. They were tasked with the daunting mission of revisiting the legacy of the ultimate ‘Renaissance Man’ in Guernsey, Victor Hugo. Daniel and Oleg’s astounding artworks were inspired by Toilers of the Sea, Hauteville House, Hugo himself and the myriad symbols and metaphors of the Renaissance.
02May
Surrender, Liberation and Re-occupation
Priaulx Library Gardens, Candie Road, St Peter Port, GY1
From 10:30 am to 06:00 pm
A free exhibition in the Priaulx Library gardens and in the library, chronicling the German Occupation; the Liberation and the re-occupation of Guernsey by allied forces. The exhibition features contemporary photographs; facsimile newspapers and maps. The Priaulx Library is indebted to Captain J.H. Wallbridge for his support and assistance with this exhibition.
The Guernsey Literary Festival is one of the highlights of the island’s arts calendar,  based right in the centre of beautiful St Peter Port.
This year Art for Guernsey’s artists in residence are the internationally acclaimed Daniel Hosego (London) and Oleg Mikhailov (St Petersburg). Both artists are incredibly versatile and contemporary in their approach, while still strongly influenced by the Renaissance period. They were tasked with the daunting mission of revisiting the legacy of the ultimate ‘Renaissance Man’ in Guernsey, Victor Hugo. Daniel and Oleg’s astounding artworks were inspired by Toilers of the Sea, Hauteville House, Hugo himself and the myriad symbols and metaphors of the Renaissance.
03May
This year Art for Guernsey’s artists in residence are the internationally acclaimed Daniel Hosego (London) and Oleg Mikhailov (St Petersburg). Both artists are incredibly versatile and contemporary in their approach, while still strongly influenced by the Renaissance period. They were tasked with the daunting mission of revisiting the legacy of the ultimate ‘Renaissance Man’ in Guernsey, Victor Hugo. Daniel and Oleg’s astounding artworks were inspired by Toilers of the Sea, Hauteville House, Hugo himself and the myriad symbols and metaphors of the Renaissance.
The Guernsey Literary Festival is one of the highlights of the island’s arts calendar,  based right in the centre of beautiful St Peter Port.
Cobo Balcony Gig - A Tribute to Madness supported by Sons of The Desert
Cobo Bay Hotel, Cobo Coast Road, Castel
From 04:00 pm to 08:30 pm
04May
Surrender, Liberation and Re-occupation
Priaulx Library Gardens, Candie Road, St Peter Port, GY1
From 10:30 am to 06:00 pm
A free exhibition in the Priaulx Library gardens and in the library, chronicling the German Occupation; the Liberation and the re-occupation of Guernsey by allied forces. The exhibition features contemporary photographs; facsimile newspapers and maps. The Priaulx Library is indebted to Captain J.H. Wallbridge for his support and assistance with this exhibition.
05May
Surrender, Liberation and Re-occupation
Priaulx Library Gardens, Candie Road, St Peter Port, GY1
From 10:30 am to 06:00 pm
A free exhibition in the Priaulx Library gardens and in the library, chronicling the German Occupation; the Liberation and the re-occupation of Guernsey by allied forces. The exhibition features contemporary photographs; facsimile newspapers and maps. The Priaulx Library is indebted to Captain J.H. Wallbridge for his support and assistance with this exhibition.
06May
Surrender, Liberation and Re-occupation
Priaulx Library Gardens, Candie Road, St Peter Port, GY1
From 10:30 am to 06:00 pm
A free exhibition in the Priaulx Library gardens and in the library, chronicling the German Occupation; the Liberation and the re-occupation of Guernsey by allied forces. The exhibition features contemporary photographs; facsimile newspapers and maps. The Priaulx Library is indebted to Captain J.H. Wallbridge for his support and assistance with this exhibition.
07May
Surrender, Liberation and Re-occupation
Priaulx Library Gardens, Candie Road, St Peter Port, GY1
From 10:30 am to 06:00 pm
A free exhibition in the Priaulx Library gardens and in the library, chronicling the German Occupation; the Liberation and the re-occupation of Guernsey by allied forces. The exhibition features contemporary photographs; facsimile newspapers and maps. The Priaulx Library is indebted to Captain J.H. Wallbridge for his support and assistance with this exhibition.
08May
Surrender, Liberation and Re-occupation
Priaulx Library Gardens, Candie Road, St Peter Port, GY1
From 11:00 am to 06:00 pm
A free exhibition in the Priaulx Library gardens and in the library, chronicling the German Occupation; the Liberation and the re-occupation of Guernsey by allied forces. The exhibition features contemporary photographs; facsimile newspapers and maps. The Priaulx Library is indebted to Captain J.H. Wallbridge for his support and assistance with this exhibition.