Community Engagement & Outreach

Art for All Community Programme

G F and Mary Watts cared deeply about a number of social, environmental and cultural issues, many of which are still relevant today. These concerns are reflected in the both their art and in the public community projects they founded.

At the heart of their work was the belief that art could transform lives, and they campaigned to widen access to art for people in society with the least access to it. Their Art for All ethos continues to be at the heart of all we do at the Artists' Village.

Community Youth Groups

Watts Gallery - Artists' Village welcomes youth groups and offers opportunities throughout the year to get involved in projects. We are a registered Arts Award Centre and Arts Award Supporter.

Book a Brownie pack visit to Watts Gallery and complete your Artist Badge in one visit.

If you are interested in developing a project with us, please contact learningcoordinator@wattsgallery.org.uk.

The Big Issues Project

Each year The Big Issues Project works alongside prisons, community groups and youth groups to connect those living in challenging circumstances with art through artist-led workshops.


Art for All: Inspiring, Learning and Transforming

Read Dr Helen Bowcock's report on the social impact of Watts Gallery - Artists' Village.

Art for All: Inspiring, Learning and Transforming Download

Delight in Watts

Evaluation Report Academic Year 2017-18.

Delight in Watts Evaluation Report 2017-18 Download

Upcoming Events and Exhibitions

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The Make Space

17 Nov

Limnerslease Tours

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17 Nov

De Morgan Collection Talks

18 Nov

Forest School

18 Nov

Artist in Residence - Open Studio: Louise Grundy

19 Nov

Artist in Residence - Open Studio: Louise Grundy

21 Nov

Visitors & Friends: The Wattses at Home

21 Nov

Artist in Residence - Open Studio: Louise Grundy

21 Nov

Conservation Open Studio

21 Nov