Deconstructing Women in Photography: A History of British Trailblazers

Take a moment to delve deeper into issues surrounding gender disparity in the art world. Read more

Sweet Fanny Adams' Bitter End

The gruesome story behind photographer Anna Fox’s ‘Country Girls’ series, as seen in our Main Gallery exhibition. Read more

Feel-Good Fundraising for Our Community Projects

Woking Literary Festival is host to four fun events specifically designed to raise money for our inspiring Art and Wellbeing initiative. Read more

5 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Submitting Your Writing to Publishers

Publishing veteran, Scott Pack, brings his Guardian Masterclass, How to Perfect Your Submission, to the Woking Literary Festival on 29 April 2019. Read more

5 Top Tips for the Best Photographs You’ve Ever Taken

From award-winning Royal family photojournalist Jayne Fincher. Read more

Disabled Access Day 2019: Feeling Confident and Comfortable

Download our new access guide to help visitors on the autism spectrum prepare and plan for their visit to The Lightbox, created in honour of Disabled Access Day 2019. Read more

The Wonderful Women of Woking

Happy International Women's Day! Celebrating Women's History Month with wonderful Woking women. Read more

"A Year in the Life" at Ochre Print Studio

Artist in Residence, Helen Locke, explores the everyday at Ochre Print Studio. Read more

Renske van Slooten on Loving Cyril Mann

Share the love post-Valentine's Day as Renske tells all about her romance with artist Cyril Mann. Read more

Photographer Gabriella Sancisi on a Career in Portraiture

Looking for a likeness: a moment of self-consciousness or connection. Read more

Julia Margaret Cameron: The Pioneering Photographer

Richard Freeman, Friend of The Lightbox, details the life and career of photographer, Julia Margaret Cameron (1815 - 1879). Read more

Puzzling the Pieces to Help Children Learn

Emphasising the importance of interactive and creative self-guided learning. Read more