The Lewis Elton Gallery is an art gallery at the University of Surrey‘s Guildford campus, which hosts exhibitions, lectures and events including sculpture, paintings and photographs. The Gallery is also responsible for the maintaining the University Art Collection and a range of special collections including the Lewis and Mary Elton Art Collection and E.H. Shepard archive.
The Gallery was named in 1997 after Professor Lewis Elton who initiated the display of original artwork at Surrey University’s Physics Department in Battersea in 1963.
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This site is financed by Guildford Arts – a charity dedicated to the promotion of arts related organisations and activities in Guildford and around.
University of Surrey Arts
The University of Surrey School of Arts integrates cutting-edge arts practices, excellent student-centred teaching and training, world-leading research and scholarship (including practice-based research), and strong connections with arts organisations in the UK and around the world.