The Arts and Crafts Movement in Surrey. A cottage by Sir Edwin Lutyens at Munstead.

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The Society for the Arts and Crafts Movement in Surrey exists to celebrate and foster interest in all forms of art, architecture and design of ‘the Arts and Crafts Era’ - the period from 1860 to 1930. The Society is concerned with the conservation and awareness of works associated with the period and is gathering together information such as publications, photographs and drawings relating to this extraordinary period of creativity in Surrey.

The Society was formed in 1996 to act as a forum for those who share this interest and enthusiasm. Members enjoy a programme of lectures usually held at the Watts Gallery, where we have met since the Society's founding, study days and visits to places of Arts and Crafts interest and receive the Society's newsletters, issued twice a year. New members are always welcome and there are plenty of opportunities to assist with the Society's projects for those who wish to.

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What'sNew


9 May

ACMS Data Protection Policy
The ACMS policy to protect members' data is published on our Data Protection Policy page.

30 March

ACMS autumn lectures
Dates of the autumn lecture series and AGM are now available on our Diary page. Full details will be published in due course.

16 March

John William Waterhouse - Mariana in the South (study)A Pre-Raphaelite Collection Unveiled: The Cecil French Bequest
Until 3 June 2018, Watts Gallery are showcasing the 'forgotten' collection of British artist and collector, Cecil French. The exhibition includes important works by the likes of Frederic Leighton, Lawrence Alma-Tadema, John William Waterhouse, Edward Burne-Jones and Albert Moore..

8 February

Helen Allingham watercolourHelen Allingham exhibition at Watts Gallery
Until 18 February 2018, Watts Gallery are holding the UK's first major public art gallery exhibition devoted to the artist Helen Allingham RWS (1848-1926).

10 January

ACMS spring lectures
Details of the spring lecture series are now available on our Diary page.

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What'sNot SoNew

What's not so new - see our news archive page.

 

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