Public Art and Art Collections
View the Architecture and Public Art Brochure as a PDFArchitecture and Public Art Brochure (2088.29KB - Requires Adobe Reader)
Pre-printed copies are not currently available. The brochure is a work in progress, further artwork currently being produced for the Surrey Sports Park will be incorporated into a later version. Please get in touch if you would like to receive a copy of the updated brochure. We welcome any comments you may have about the current publication. Please contact Patricia Grayburn. T: 01483 689167, E: firstname.lastname@example.org
The University owns a large and varied collection of art work which is available to view in various spaces all over campus and includes oil, acrylic and mixed media works.
We are currently in the midst of a photographic audit of the University Art Collection and, to date, have recorded over 550 pieces. The full collection will soon be available to view online so please check back soon.
In addition to the online photographic record the University's Art Collection is also available to view in a soft back version which was put together in 2006 by The Public Catalogue Foundation. This charity was set up to record to nation's entire collection of oil paintings in public ownership.
Staff at the University are able to loan works for their offices. Please contact Jo Baker for more information about this initiative.
The University is custodian of the E. H. Shepard archive, the illustrator of The Winnie The Pooh books by A. A. Milne and The Wind in the Willows among others. Other bequests include fascinating works by Arnold Daghani, a Second World War Romanian refugee who had been incarcerated in a Nazi concentration camp and pastel and watercolour sketches of dancers by the choreographer and dancer, Eilean Pearcey. There is also a collection of prints which are a wonderful historical record of the local area given by Sir William Mullens, the first University Treasurer.