Have you heard the news? Guernsey Arts has officially launched its new Membership Scheme, inviting art lovers and supporters to be part of a supportive network which will develop the Bailiwick of Guernsey’s vibrant arts scene.

Officially launched on 22 February at Government House by Guernsey Arts’ patron Mrs Louise Cripwell, the Guernsey Arts membership scheme has been designed to increase funding capabilities, ensuring that the arts remain a critical component of Island life within the community – and accessible to all. Membership with Guernsey Arts is more than just a financial contribution; it’s an opportunity to be part of a supportive network that values creativity, cultural expression and seeds opportunities for all within the arts in Guernsey. 

By becoming a member of Guernsey Arts, individuals can choose from four distinct levels of support – Magenta, Emerald, Saffron, and Azure – each offering unique benefits and privileges, whilst directly supporting the growth of all art forms in Guernsey. From exclusive access to events and exhibitions to the chance to connect with fellow art enthusiasts, Guernsey Arts Membership promises a rewarding experience for all.  For more information on how to become a member or to support Guernsey Arts through a donation, please visit the website at www.arts.gg/donate or contact Louise Le Pelley, Partnerships Development Executive, Guernsey Arts at louise@arts.gg .

All funds raised are reinvested in the arts within the Bailiwick of Guernsey.


Guernsey Arts is the umbrella charity which directly supports Island artists and Bailiwick arts organisations in a wide variety of arts disciplines including performing arts, dance, visual arts, music and literature. Established in 2008 as the Guernsey Arts Commission, the charity offers grant funding, advice, networking and inspiration, as well as creating and curating events across the whole community. Resources are used wisely to support all facets of the arts community.