The Gallery

The Harbour Gallery, located in St Aubin, Jersey, is the largest exhibiting and working gallery in the Channel Islands. It features the work of over 100 local artists and craft workers.

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Visit The Gallery

Looking over the Bay of St Helier and nestling within the picturesque, charming harbour of St Aubin, whether by car, bus, Le Petit Train or a walk from St Helier, The Harbour Gallery is well worth a visit. It is open 7 days a week, 10.00am – 5.30pm, with free entry.

The DL’s Deli and Café is open from 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week. Please use the side door for out of Gallery hours access.

You can reach us by bus using the number 12, 12A and 15 from Liberation Station or Le Petit Train from Liberation Square.

Parking is available on the street, using a yellow disc or the public carparks, using a scratchcard located at the end of Le Boulevard, and behind the St Brelade Parish Hall. 12 hour free parking is available along the promenade towards La Haule slipway.

We have disabled access via a Stannah chairlift and toilets located on the first and second floor.

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Welcome to Gallery 1

Gallery 1 is a permanent exhibition and selling space displaying a wide range of art, paintings, craft, jewellery, photography, 3D, sculpture and prints. At any one time, over 80 artists can be exhibiting in this area.

Welcome to Gallery 2

Gallery 2 showcases local, national and international art, hosting up to 10 exhibitions a year, in one of Jersey’s most established and well-known exhibition spaces and forms the heart of The Harbour Gallery Jersey.

Welcome to Gallery 3

Gallery 3 is home to the Art and Textiles Supplies Shop and also houses the home and lifestyle centre with various shops including Hélène & the Elf, Entrelac Yarns and Jersey Oak.

Welcome to Gallery 4

In Gallery 4 you will find DL’s Deli & Café, a mother and daughter run business. Sourcing quality produce locally and even growing some of their own vegetables, DL’s offers an exciting range of deli goods and wines and beers to take away.

The Workspace in Gallery 4 is available for hire and also has a programme of workshops led by national and international tutors. It is also used weekly for painting, art and textile workshops, tuition and parties.

Upstairs from the Café, houses Jersey Oak 2 and Jersey Laser as well as studios for the Creative Arts Alliance.

Welcome to Gallery 5

Gallery 5, home to Artists’ Studios and Harbour Framing, can be found above Gallery 3.

The Gallery Profile

Art in the Frame Foundation was set up in 1998 by two local art teachers who strongly believed in the wealth of local talent in the arts and crafts to be found on the island of Jersey and the severe lack of exhibition space and acknowledgement for this talent.
In 2002, Art in the Frame Foundation took on The Harbour Gallery which has become the hub and window to the charity.
Find out more about the charity at www.artintheframefoundation.com.
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Fundraising will always be a necessity to support our exhibitions, buy new equipment for the gallery, which can be borrowed by artists, and be able to invite visiting artists and craft workers to hold regular workshops and lectures at the gallery.
Their expertise has been enjoyed not only by Islanders and visitors of all ages but also, and most importantly, by our primary and secondary school students and those involved in further education.

The Aims and Objectives of Art in the Frame Foundation

– To promote and support up and coming local artists and craftworkers both on and off island, giving them many opportunities for promotion, sales, to extend their work and to receive commissions.
– To work in the field of art and craft education by promoting and enhancing the curriculum with opportunities of workshops and talks from highly skilled and regarded tutors in various fields of art and craft for primary, secondary and adult students.
– To build on relationships with UK and artists from further afield to find opportunities for Jersey artists and craftworkers to exhibit and teach off island.
– To develop a website showcasing artists, giving them the opportunity of an easy online presence to a worldwide audience.
– To work with the States of Jersey to find opportunities for local artists to exhibit and to receive commissions.
– To work with Visit Jersey to promote Jersey as a cultural island of great artistic merit.
– To work to promote the Genuine Jersey mark on the work of our local craftworkers.

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