Volunteer Memories 2020

We asked some of our current volunteers to share their favourite memories of volunteering with us here at The Lightbox. Read more

Operation Entertain-my-Kids: Toilet Roll Peacocks

Weekly step-by-step guides for fun family crafts using bits and pieces from around the house to keep the kids' imaginations running wild. Read more

The Story of The Lightbox: Behind the Golden Tiles, Part 2

Director Marilyn Scott brings to you a new series of blogs dedicated to The Lightbox and its rich history. Read more

How to Draw: Shading Techniques

Perfect your skills with help from our fortnightly blog revealing our tips and tricks on how to improve your drawing. Read more

Operation Entertain-my-Kids: Scrolling Camera

Weekly step-by-step guides for fun family crafts using bits and pieces from around the house to keep the kids' imaginations running wild. Read more

Art for Normals: Paper Flowers

"Art for Normals" blogs are aimed at everyone - we want you all to feel good with a bit of art. No artistic knowledge or, dare we say it, "talent" required! Read more

Operation Entertain-my-Kids: Origami

Weekly step-by-step guides for fun family crafts using bits and pieces from around the house to keep the kids' imaginations running wild. Read more

Greetings from Woking! by Rosemary and Richard Christophers

Heritage volunteers Rosemary and Richard shine a light on the 'golden age' of postcards and our extensive collection of Woking views. Read more

How to Draw: Eyes for Beginners

Head of Learning and Engagement, Heather Thomas, provides her tips and tricks on how to draw eyes using a pencil. For beginners. Read more

Neil Stokoe's Golden Years at The RCA

Jack Stokoe discusses the RCA's "Golden Years" and his father's education alongside David Hockney. Read more

Operation Entertain-my-Kids: Stopmotion Animation

Weekly step-by-step guides for fun family crafts using bits and pieces from around the house to keep the kids' imaginations running wild. Read more

Art for Normals: Messenger Pigeon

"Art for Normals" blogs are aimed at everyone - we want you all to feel good with a bit of art. No artistic knowledge or, dare we say it, "talent" required! Read more