Finding Our Voice: Guildford School of Art Sit-In 1968

26 May to 8 July.

On the 50th anniversary of this nationally significant event, come and explore an exhibition featuring artists who were students and staff during the 1968 Guildford School of Art sit-in. The exhibition showcases their careers and both early and current work.

This exhibition is showing alongside the Sitting Down for our Rights exhibition at Guildford Museum. You can visit both of these exhibitions for free and discover the story behind the students' protest and the impact it had.

Free entry.

Pictured are: top row left: Rosemary Hignett - Interior Flight; right: Mark Edwards/Still Pictures - Heard the song of a poet who died in the gutter

bottom row, left: portrait of Robert Graves by Cordelia Weedon; right: Kevin Smith - Earthenware teabowl 

Interior flight
Song of a poet
Robert Graves
Earthenware tea bowl