ArtHouse Jersey is delighted to announce the ‘Skipton Forget Me Knots’ art installation is now open to the public.
Over 3,400 of Jersey’s schoolchildren have contributed to this artwork, through specially facilitated workshops, creating paper flowers while being guided by expert facilitators to explore their experiences and emotions that may have arisen since the outbreak of the pandemic earlier this year.
The thousands of flowers are artistically strung together and hung against expert lighting and sound in the impressive ‘Tapestry Room’ at the Jersey Maritime Museum. The exhibition is set to a mesmerising soundscape, a one-off commission by composer and music producer Thomas Gandey.
The health and safety of visitors to the exhibition is our first priority and pre-booking is essential for all visitors.
The exhibition opened to the public on Tuesday 10 November and runs until Friday 4 December at the Maritime Museum based in St. Helier.
Opening hours are Monday to Friday 10.45am to 4.45pm and it will be open until 5.30pm on Saturdays and closed on Sundays.
A maximum of 20 people can enjoy the installation at any one time, and you can pre-book their free 45-minute slot here.
If you have any questions, or any issues booking your slot, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01534 617521
We look forward to seeing you there!