Discover more about the life and works of the founders of Watts Gallery, G F and Mary Watts.
Watts Gallery Trust is an independent charity. There are many ways to get involved- as a volunteer, Adopter, Friend, Patron or Exhibition Circle member. We rely on this generosity to give Watts Gallery - Artists' Village and its unique Collection a future that is as valuable and inspirational as its past.
The Economic and Social Impact of Arts in Surrey.
A recent study by the University of Surrey, in partnership with the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford; Watts Gallery - Artists' Village, Compton, and The Lightbox gallery and museum, Woking.
The research was carried out between March and July 2020, by Professor Gang Li, Professor Caroline Scarles, Dr Jason Chen and Dr Anyu Liu from the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at the University of Surrey, and reflects levels of pre-Covid spending and attendance. It comprises two parts, social and economic, bringing together survey data collected directly from attendees to each organisation, in combination with interviews conducted with groups using the venues for additional community-related activities.
Mission and vision
Diversity & Inclusion
Art for All: A report on the social impact of Watts Gallery - Artists' Village
Read Dr Helen Bowcock's latest report (2019) on the social impact of Watts Gallery - Artists' Village.
Art for All: Inspiring, Learning and Transforming
Read Dr Helen Bowcock's report (2017) on the social impact of Watts Gallery - Artists' Village.
Delight in Watts
Evaluation Report Academic Year 2017-18.
The Economic Impact of Watts Gallery - Artists' Village
A report by the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at the University of Surrey.