Join us this Wednesday lunchtime for a free recital of final year performers competing for the annual Penningtons Manches Award.
Alternatively, come along to a talk by Professor Tony Myatt on a new age of suround sound on Thursday at 6pm.
And this week marks the start of the Guildford Book Festival, including the opening of a new exhibit in the Lewis Elton Gallery showing Tommy's War: The Western Front in Soldiers' Words and Photographs. This is started by an Richard Van Emden in conversation with Danny Pike of BBC Radio Surrey and Sussex. Tuesday at 6.15pm
Also in the Guildford Book Festival, BBC Radio 4 science expert Jim Al-Khalili and fellow University of Surrey Professor Johnjoe McFadden talk about their new book, 'Life on the Edge' on Wednesday at 7.30pm
Full details for all of these can be found on our website: http://www.surrey.ac.uk/arts
Hope you can make it to at least one of these!
Join us this evening for a film screening of LA Confidential with a pre-screening talk by BAFTA Award winning film editor Peter Honess. A classic movie and an amazing guest speaker. Promises to be a interesting evening!
Some great events coming up this week!
Wednesday Lunchtime concert from professional singer and vocal tutor Karen Lane: From Blues to Bossa Nova
Wednesday evening inaugural lecture from Professor Phil Powrie on the French Musical
Thursday evening film screening of LA Confidential with a pre-screening talk from BAFTA award winning film editor Peter Honess.
Hope to see you at some of these events!
Fancy learning some new skills this year? Starting next week, weekly classes in Pottery (Monday or Wednesday) or Painting and Drawing (Wednesday or Friday). Book now to learn new skills or develop existing ones http://www.surrey.ac.uk/arts/events/visu...
A new year, a new look! New Arts website live now! Have a browse of all the exciting events coming up. Next week we have something for everyone: GSA MA Showcase, MMus final recital and an Indian exhibition, Chandigarh Video Recordings. http://www.surrey.ac.uk/arts
We are a Champion of an amazing new initiative from the BBC, Ten Pieces! The aim is to inspire primary school children in year 6 to develop their own creative responses to ten very different pieces ranging from Handel to John Adams. The year-long project ends with a celebratory finale in Summer 2015.