Arts Contribution

Our islands are a showcase for artistic talent and we boast a large and vibrant arts community, from musicians, actors and dancers, to painters, sculptors, producers and directors. We continually punch above our weight in terms of that offering, some of which has brought us local, national and international acclaim. This award aims to acknowledge the role that the arts play and to recognise individuals who through their talent, time and dedication have contributed to making this sector such an invaluable asset to our community.

Nominees

Arts Contribution of the Year: Alan Gough

‘ALAN GOUGH has been a key figure in Guernsey’s music scene for over 40 years,’ said Natalie Davidson, who nominated him for the Moonpig-sponsored Arts Contribution of the Year award.

Arts Contribution of the Year: Apocalypse Studios

APOCALYPSE STUDIOS have been nominated for the Moonpig-sponsored Arts Contribution award.

Arts Contribution of the Year: Ellie Evans

‘AMAZING’ singer and guitarist Ellie Evans has been nominated for this year’s Arts Contribution award, which is sponsored by Moonpig.

Arts Contribution of the Year: Imogen Hayman

IMOGEN HAYMAN has been nominated for the Moonpig-sponsored Arts Contribution of the Year award.

Arts Contribution of the Year: Monika Drabot

ARTIST Monika Drabot who is described as ‘dedicated, hard-working and invaluable’ has been nominated for the Arts Contribution of the Year award, sponsored by Moonpig.

Arts Contribution of the Year: Ruth Stinton and Sarah Hicks

RUTH STINTON AND SARAH HICKS have been nominated for the Moonpig-sponsored Arts Contribution of the Year award.

Arts Contribution of the Year: Sian Jones

FOR the fourth year in a row, Sian Jones has been nominated for the Moonpig-sponsored Arts Contribution of the Year award.

Arts Contribution: Alex Bates

The creator of a short film depicting the Occupation has been nominated for the Pride of Guernsey Arts Contribution award, sponsored by Moonpig.

Arts contribution: Guernsey Mind Hope Choir

THE Guernsey Mind Hope Choir is described as being ‘like one big family’ and has been nominated for the Moonpig-sponsored Arts Contribution of the Year award for the group’s positive impact on so many lives.

Nominator Emily Nuttall particularly p

Arts contribution: Mark Cook

MARK COOK has been nominated for the Moonpig-sponsored Arts Champion of the Year award for his sculptures which ‘enhance St Peter Port and have helped raise the profile of the arts in Guernsey’.

Mr Cook, 57, has produced three sculptures in St Pete

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