Quay@Home

A selection of things to make, do and view during lockdown

HOMEART #2 – Make a Collage in the style of Mark Hearld We love the work of artist Mark Hearld who combines illustration, printmaking and collage to create vibrant pictures of animals and landscapes. Our scene, inspired by Mark’s style

Funding Opportunity for Young Island Creatives The 2020 Mike Howley Trust awards are now open for applications. Mike Howley, who worked for many years as Director of Cultural Services for the Isle of Wight Council, died in May 2013, leaving

The In Tune Upcycle Orchestra – connecting inspirational individuals to the power of music. Our unique and awesome musical project has the great pleasure of being part of the Quay arts community. We have been welcomed with open arms and

It’s #TBT today and we want to throw it way back…   These pictures were taken around 1978. The current Quay Arts building was originally known as the Porter Store. It was used as a bonded warehouse by Mew Langton’s

With our galleries being shut, we want to try bring you as much as possible from our current exhibition to online… Artwork created by school pupils for the Great Leap Forward exhibiton. THE GREAT LEAP FORWARD EXHIBITION was our last (and

Tonight would of been the first event of our NEW Spring 2020 programme. Origins Theatre Company were scheduled to be performing their performance ‘The Mask’ at Quay Arts this evening.🎭 HOWEVER…The show must go on(line)! ♥️ Check out part one of their production

Every Friday at Quay Arts we normally have the incredible In Tune Upcycle Orchestra rehearsing in our building. “The In Tune Upcycle Orchestra – connecting inspirational individuals to the power of music. Our unique and awesome musical project has the great pleasure

For all the parents who are at home and learning the new ways of home schooling, we are introducing HOMEART with Quay Arts! Each week we will be posting an easy art activity that you can do from home with

As most of you will know, Quay Arts is a charity that can only exist with the active and generous support of people like you. Together, we can continue to support the cultural life of our Island community through this