Face to Face Starts 13th June
Ends 1st July
Tuesday 13 June to Saturday 1 July, 10am - 4.30pm

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This is a multi-media collaboration focusing on what faces mean to us, what they convey and how different approaches to depicting faces influence how we respond to art.

The exhibition features...

One of a kind Papier-mâché heads on the theme of famous faces and family history by Louise Grundy.

An unusual portrait project including many familiar Cranleigh faces by photographer Sian Tyrrell.

Beautiful photographs of animal faces in Kenya by Jeremy Lucas, presented by his wife Shalini Bhalla.

Free Entry

Exhibition: Down The Rabbit Hole Starts 4th July
Ends 12th July
Tuesday 4 July to Wednesday 12 July, 10am to 4.30pm

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An exhibition of costumes and 3D Art brought to you by the Meath Creative Arts Group `Backstage` plus photographs taken by residents at The Meath Epilepsy charity.

This exhibition highlights the wealth of talent, ability and fresh perspectives among residents at the Meath, who live with complex epilepsy and associated disabilities. From photographs taken by members of the Meath Photography Group, to a collection of costumes and a festooned bicycle from `Backstage`, the Meath invites you to re-visit a classic tale and jump down the rabbit hole with them.

Free Entry

Young Artists Summer Exhibition Starts 18th July
Ends 29th July
Tuesday 18 July to Saturday 29 July, 10am - 4.30pm

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Following the success of last year's exhibition, Cranleigh Decorative and Fine Arts Society and the Arts Centre are again joining forces to mount an exciting new show to celebrate creative talent in local schools. Timed to coincide with Heritage Week, it will highlight the continuing vibrancy of Cranleigh's cultural life by showcasing the work of its budding artists.

Free Entry

Elements: 2016 Open Winners Exhibition Starts 2nd August
Ends 12th August
Wednesday 2 August to Saturday 12 August, 10am - 4.30pm

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Gaynor Wilson has worked with clay for many years and is now primarily a hand builder working with slabs of clay. Her inspiration comes from decaying buildings and the degenerating urban landscape. Her pieces are textural but not depressing - there is always a glimmer of hope in decay.

Sheila Kane has a love of nature, landscape, seascape and colour. She finds great satisfaction using acrylics, charcoal, pastels, watercolour and ink, producing paintings and prints of different sizes.

Kathy Plank works largely with oils on canvas, her work is often inspired by the power of nature and the mysteries of the universe. Looking at the ever-changing beauty within nature, she combines this with the power of colour and the energy of expression through painting.

Free Entry

Cranleigh Food & Music Festival Starts 30th September
Saturday 30 September, 10.30 to 4pm

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The Arts Centre will be hosting more than 24 food & drink stallholders, food demonstrations as well as music - plus our headliner act South Coast Soul Revue at 8pm. 

Food & Music will also be happening all day at The Three Horseshoes pub opposite, as well as street food & music at businesses along the High Street.

The Festival is sponsored by Cromwell Coffee House, a 16th Century Coffee House in  Cranleigh High Street offering traditional home cooked food  and a warm welcome.

Watch this website for more details to follow........

Entry Fee £1 (Free for Friends)