Vibrant, multi-arts festival, JAM on the Marsh, has opened its free Call for Visual Artists. New or existing works are welcome – so is a great idea. Launched for artists
Congratulations to Corinna Lewis on winning JAM on the Marsh’s first Short Film Competition. Earlier this year JAM on the Marsh, in partnership with Screen South and The Fifth Continent Landscape Partnership Scheme,
Celebrating 20 years, JAM (John Armitage Memorial Trust) has commissioned an immense number of works from some of the most important composer in the UK influencing the classical music repertoire in the UK and around the world.
Take a behind the scenes look at what the performers experienced during the recording of JAM on the Marsh VIRTUAL.
JAM (John Armitage Memorial Trust) joined Orchestra’s Live second #RegenerateSeries which presented focused online conversation exploring new ideas that challenge the sector’s thinking and helping to create positive change for our audiences and workforce.
This summer, JAM on the Marsh, a multi-arts festival based in Kent’s Romney Marsh, re-invented itself as a virtual festival supporting artists, performers, venues and audiences. The Financial Times reviewed the 9 concerts and 3 exhibitions with much acclaim.
You may have expected JAM on the Marsh to have been cancelled, but this is not the case. We are working incredibly hard to prepare a virtual festival that supports artists and performers, venues, our loyal audience and dedicated supporters.
From May 2018, the United Kingdom will be adopting new regulations about how organisations, including JAM, are able to request, store and use personal data. As part of these changes
JAM is thrilled to announce that the wonderful conductor and organist, Michael Bawtree, has accepted the position of Principal Conductor of JAM. He has conducted many JAM events since 2010 in London, Scotland and Kent.
Exciting times at JAM: a new, beautiful website launched on John Armitage’s birthday nearly 20 years after his death; the first concert on 2017 coming up next week and the
This year, JAM on the Marsh and the Romney Resource Centre began an exciting new photography collaboration. Led by Susan Pilcher, with additional mentorship from Justin Sutcliffe and Tristan Fewings, we started a weekly club for the local young…
Renowned photojournalist Justin Sutcliffe sees faces in random objects. He started to photograph these coincidences, initially on a Polaroid camera, and set himself parameters: the guiding principle was ‘nothing deliberate’.