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Events

The School of Arts offers mixed ability ten-week courses in Pottery. Suitable for both complete beginners and more advanced students (18 years and over). Classes take place every Monday from 6th October - 8th December 2014.

The School of Arts offers mixed ability ten-week courses in Pottery. Suitable for both complete beginners and more advanced students (18 years and over). Classes take place every Wednesday from 8th October - 10th December 2014.

The School of Arts offers mixed ability ten-week courses in Painting and Drawing. Suitable for both complete beginners and more advanced students (18 years and over). Classes take place every Wednesday from 8th October - 10th December 2014.

The School of Arts offers mixed ability ten-week courses in Painting and Drawing. Suitable for both complete beginners and more advanced students (18 years and over). Classes take place every Friday from 10th October - 12th December 2014.

Richard van Emden in conversation with Danny Pike, BBC Radio Surrey and Sussex

Richard van Emden recreates the experience of the Western Front through the images of soldiers on the ground. Never-before-seen photographs put us at the heart of the conflict from August 1914 to November 1918.

The University of Surrey has a very long and significant history of involvement in the post-war British poetry scene - and this is the result of one woman’s belief in the centrality of poetry to Higher Education.

John Letherland, Guildford Society Annual Architecture Lecture

An Exhibition featuring the work of Yehlin Lee to launch Taiwan Week – all welcome. The artist will give a talk about his work on Wednesday 19 November. The exhibition runs until Thursday 4 December.

Taiwan has been colonized throughout its modern history, nurtured by different cultures. With scarce land resources, people live in overcrowded cities and are accustomed to this ever-changing society.

Celebrating its 20th anniversary the Surrey Sculpture Society welcomes sculptor Charles Hadcock. His work is based not only in mathematics, but also in music, poetry and changes over time in the natural world and is often on a monumental scale.

Colourful ceramics, glass-ware and paintings by some of the county’s talented artists will be on sale alongside beautiful textiles and stunning photography. You are sure to find something extra special to give to your loved-ones at Christmas.