A listing of exhibitions taking place or to occur in the near future.
Upcoming Events › Exhibition
An exhibition dedicated to exploring the life and art of the Victorian Orientalist artist John Frederick Lewis (1804-1876).Find out more »
Watts Contemporary Gallery launches its first show of present-day ceramics: a craft with a rich history at Watts Gallery - Artists' Village.Find out more »
This new exhibition will bring together the significant works of Scottish Colourists S.J. Peploe (1871 - 1935), J.D. Fergusson (1874 - 1961), G.L. Hunter (1877 - 1931) and F.C.B. Cadell (1871 - 1935). The works will include paintings and drawings which represent all of the favoured subjects of the artists such as still-life, interior scenes, landscapes and portraiture.Find out more »
On the 400th anniversary of the founding of Abbot’s Hospital on the High Street, this exhibition looks at George Abbot the man and the wonderful Alms House he gave to Guildford which is still a home for town residents today. On show at Guildford House Gallery 28 September - 26 OctoberFind out more »
With a proud history of encouraging interest in the visual arts, Woking Art Society will be exhibiting more than 90 original works by local professional and amateur artists in watercolour, oil, acrylic and mixed media – all for sale at affordable prices.Find out more »
The next instalment in our distinguished In Print annual exhibition series features over 50 beautiful and atmospheric prints depicting reflections, shadows and changing light on landscapes and interiors. Featured techniques include etching, wood engraving, linocut and screen printing.Find out more »
Bringing together fascinating and diverse works from The Ingram Collection and award-winning charity Outside In, The Outside and The Inside provides a unique opportunity to discover new artists and unseen work, offering fresh perspectives and a chance to question the nature of art itself.Find out more »
The Surrey Contemporaries are returning to Haslemere Museum for their Autumn Art Exhibition/Sale from Saturday 26th October to Saturday 9th November (closed on Mondays). There will be original and affordable artworks, prints and cards all by local artists and available to take away immediately. They will be holding a "Meet the Artists" on Saturday 26th October between 11.00 am and 2.00 pm - do pop along to see the art, enjoy a "drink and a bite" and chat to the artists about their work.Find out more »
Local award-winning artist Hannah Bruce explores the concept of 'shine' in still life and local scenes, using a range of exciting medias, including oil paintings, ink works and resin mixed media.Find out more »
The Society of Designer Craftsmen North Surrey Group presents a rich, vibrant and varied exhibition including Ceramics, Textiles, Glass and Jewellery.Find out more »
The Shah Jahan Mosque was built in 1889, and is the first purpose-built mosque and the first Grade I listed mosque in Britain. The exhibition explores the history of the building and the fascinating intertwined narratives of both the people of Woking and of those that visited and worked at the mosque.Find out more »
Since winning the BP Portrait award in 2009, artist and teacher Peter Monkman has painted Charterhouse School’s Head Girl and Boy every year. In his series of portraits, behind the uniforms and pose, lie complex readings of youth, hierarchy and gender.Find out more »
Celebrated for his career as an official war artist and commercially successful portraitist, Irish-born painter, Sir William Orpen KBE RA (1878 – 1931), is known for his rapid and expressive painting style.Find out more »
This interactive pop-up exhibition delves into the hidden treasures of libraries and
archives to explore the secret worlds that live among their stacks and shelves.
This exhibition connects academic, librarian and archivist scholarship across the
humanities. Come and discover the secret worlds of archives; medieval instruments;
gender; historical fiction; libraries & learning development; activist poetry; prisoner
writing & translation; hip hop & the Remix; Cartonera and much more.