Guernsey Art Network is a not for profit charity set up in 2015 by a group of local artists with the aim of making art accessible to all regardless  of age, ability, social status or gender.

Through the annual event, the ‘Skipton Art Festival’, they have organised open studios, pop up exhibitions, workshops, talks and walks and are always open to new ideas. GAN would like to thank Skipton International for their generous three years of funding. Since the cessation of the relationship with Skipton, Guernsey Art Network have benefited from Arts Commission and other private and public funding and have organised exhibitions of artists’ work at the Digital Greenhouse and at St James.

In 2019, GAN put on their most ambitious exhibition to date, “Art in the Environment” a month long outdoor exhibition at La Valette.
Their Patron is The Lieutenant Governor, Sir Ian Corder.