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Jaywick Martello Tower

Jaywick Martello Tower supports creative collaborations relating to the themes of Community, Heritage and Environment that affect our lives today.

Jaywick Martello Tower is our Environment, our Community and our Heritage. We pursue opportunities and ventures that make this not only a gallery, workshop space, or meeting point but all of these things

Contact Details: Telephone:- 01255 822783
Email:-  jaywickmartellotower@hotmail.co.uk
Address:- Jaywick Martello Tower
The Promenade,
Belsize Avenue,
Jaywick Sands,

Essex CO15 2LF

For details of what is happening now or in the near future at Jaywick Martello Tower, please see our Whats On page or join our Mailing List and we will keep you informed of any future events.

Coastal Open 2017

If you are interested in displaying your work in the Coastal Open 2017 then please return download an application form and guidelines here and submit before Monday 8th August by either email or post.

Email: jaywickmartellotower@hotmail.co.uk

Post: Coastal Open Exhibition Entries,

Jaywick Martello Tower,

Belsize Avenue,

Jaywick Sands,

Co15 2LF

Junior Wardens

Coastal Open 2015

The sixth annual Coastal Open is a celebration of local artists and groups, giving a chance to showcase their talents in arts and crafts. Work included ceramics, photography, textiles, painting plus much more.

Over 80 artworks were exhibited from over 30 individual artists and groups displayed their work with artist ageing from 8 to 80’s

One feature was a marine mixed media peice by the Jaywick Junior Wardens. The Junior Wardens worked with artist Valerie Osment to create a peice inspirated by the marine life of Jaywick.

An associate event of Essex Summer of Art.

 Martello

Coastal Open 2014

2014 saw the fifth celebration of local artists work. The exhibition gave local talent in arts and crafts to display in the unusal setting of Jaywick Martello Tower. It provided an opportunity to demonstrate what inspires them about your community, environment and heritage through your artwork.

Image: Martello Beach by Carol Dawson