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Public Sculpture Trust ( 11.15.9.L1 )

LOCAL INFORMATION

11.15.9.L1
Jersey Public Sculpture Trust ( JPST)

 

Extent:     Jersey
Updated:  October 2017

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Installed - put in place, put up

Founded - set up

Vision - an image or wish for the future

Promote - raise the profile, brings to people's attention

Commission - to give a duty or task to someone

Campaigned - a series of actions designed to achieve a goal. A fight for something

Controversial - divides opinion

Townscape – scenery or appearance of the town

Warm to – start to like

 

Almost one hundred years after Georges Wallet’s statue of Queen Victoria was installed, the Jersey Public Sculpture Trust was founded through the vision of Pat Carter MBE to promote public art, help create awareness and to commission new work.

A voluntary body, the JPST has been very successful in making sure that public art is given consideration. It has promoted the work of local artists, campaigned for a policy for a percentage for art which the Planning and Environment Department now insist upon for major developments, and successfully commissioned a number of pieces which have become part of the St Helier townscape.

Public art can serve to reinforce identity and sense of place as can be seen by Philip Jackson’s Liberation Sculpture and Carole Vincent’s Les Jongleurs at Snow Hill, both popular pieces commissioned by the JPST during the 1990s.

The trust believes in public and community involvement as far as possible and, while the selection of pieces and the places where they are put can sometimes be controversial, the public often warm to the piece after a period of time.

 

Public Sculpture Trust

 

Aims to promote public sculpture in Jersey. Meet at Arts Centre.

Contact:
Hugh Clarke

Treasurer:
Joyce Taylor

Honorary Secretary:
Judy Bailey