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Trail Guide

E17 Art Trail: 31 May – 15 June 2014 Inhabit

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Exhibitions, open houses, artists studios, performances, pop-up events, screenings, talks & walks

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Thank you

Gold Sponsors Messages

A huge thank you to all the artists, venues, sponsors and partners who through their imagination, generosity and inventiveness have enabled the E17 Art Trail to thrive and become the success it has over the past ten years. Keeping our community at its heart has always been the core of the Trail and we are proud to open our door and invite the world to discover the creativity that flourishes in our borough.

Now in its tenth year, the amazing event that is the E17 Art Trail is still bringing talent, business and community together. Each year the Trail grows not only in size but also in quality and diversity where commerce and art come together to celebrate the multi talents of the borough. This mutual collaboration and support enable business and networking opportunities for all involved that could never be achieved without the greater structure of the Trail. It has been a springboard for many other arts events and organisations, and has inspired many individual enterprises.

Gold Sponsors

Penny Fielding

On this 10th anniversary, I would like to give a huge heartfelt thanks to the Trail organisers. Some may not realise that they were just a couple of artists who had the will and the way to start our Trail, without any initial directive from anyone but themselves. So, Laura Kerry, Cris Thompson and all the amazing E17 Art Trail team over the past 10 years, from me and from everyone who has benefited from your imagination, inspiration and hard work. THANK YOU. Penny Fielding, April 2014 www.pennyfielding.com

www.onecs.co.uk

Silver Sponsors

One Creative Services Ltd As a long time resident of the borough, with a local creative print and display business in Blackhorse Lane, we are delighted to be involved in this excellent community arts project. We look forward to contributing practical and hands on support to this year’s E17 Art Trail. www.onecs.co.uk

Friends Pen Dalton, Jonathan Maker, Krystyna La Roche, Lisa Lisker, The Stationary Warehouse and Janice Tildsley Associates.

A message from our funder

Chapel End Labour Action Team: Paul Douglas, Louise Mitchell and Steve Terry

‘Waltham Forest Council is pleased to be supporting the E17 Art Trail 2014. The Council has been funding the E17 Art Trail for many years to recognise the unique contribution it makes to the community arts scene and enriching the cultural life of residents. It is highly valued by local people and visitors to the borough, and a source of pride for many.

www.artquest.org.uk www.elbow-creative.co.uk www.theelist.co.uk www.floorstory.co.uk www.imagesinframes.com www.jacksonsart.com www.stowbrothers.com www.naturestrikesback.com

The E17 Art Trail is all about creative participation of residents, which reflects the Council’s aspirations for access to the arts for all. I am delighted that the E17 Art Trail showcases and celebrates the talent, creativity, diversity, ambition, and hospitality of so many of our residents. I wish it every success again this year’. Cllr Ahsan Khan, Portfolio Holder for Health and Wellbeing

Bronze Sponsors

Special thanks to All at The Mill, Anna Alcock, Greenwich and Docklands International Festival, Jo Sealy, John Devolle, Mat Schmidt, Penny Fielding, Sara Carneholm, Sebastian Harding, Valerie Grove, Vestry House Museum Staff and Julia Spicer

Volunteers Wendy MacMillan, Carole Sturdy, Lynda Bailey, Maureen Schipper, Ray Yates and Festival Stewards

E17 Art Trail Team 2014 www.petalsinbloom.net

www.newspaperclub.com www.speedstitch.co.uk

www.voluntaryaction.net www.xlhairdesign.co.uk

Laura Kerry; Director, Morag McGuire; Director, Paula Van Hagen; Curator, Jo Sealy; Sponsorship & Advertising, Rebecca Tully; Volunteer Co-ordinator, Beth Watton; Project Assistant, Brigi Antal; Schools Liaison, Cris Thompson; IT www.e17arttrail.co.uk

Design Cover image: These streets & those corners, Sara Carneholm Graphic design: Sara Carneholm www.saracarneholm.co.uk

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Print by: Newspaper Club, ‘Make and print your own newspaper with Newspaper Club’ www.newspaperclub.com


Getting Around Map Key Open House

Family Event

Level Access

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Saturday 31 May: meet 1pm, Walthamstow Central Library entrance

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Thursday 12 June: meet 1pm, Walthamstow Central Library entrance

Open to all, our E17 Art Trail Walking Tours are a social and relaxed way to visit a host of Art Trail exhibitions. Accompanied by local artists, each walk explores a different route and aims to visit 10 venues.

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Sunday 1 June: start 11am outside Walthamstow Library/ Farmers’ Market. Finish 4pm

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Sunday 15 June: start 1pm outside Walthamstow Library/ Farmers’ Market. Finishing at the secret closing event, 6pm.

Arguably the best way to get around the E17 Art Trail is on two wheels. Waltham Forest Cycling Campaign have led the E17 Art Trail cycling tours for four years and know all the best routes and hidden gems to make the most of your time on the Art Trail.

Online Our website allows you to view all the exhibitions and events, search by day, event type or subject. Create your own short list tailored to your interests with the ‘My Trail’ feature. Find all the latest updates and further information on each event and sign up for our newsletters. www.e17arttrail.co.uk Twitter: @e17arttrail Join in the conversation with hashtag: #e17arttrail www.facebook.com/E17ArtTrail

E17 Art Trail Blog

Previews & Parties Thursday 29 May To give you a head start the following exhibitions open for a special preview night and parties break out all over Walthamstow. Don’t wait to be invited, come anyway! For full list of previews see www.e17arttrail.co.uk/previews

For our 10th year we have made a number of key changes designed to encourage us all to be a bit bolder in our Art Trail choices. E17 Art Trail is now mapped out as 8 mini-Art Trails under one large Art Trail banner. These mini-trails each come with their own distinctive character and sense of neighbourhood and we’ve included our favourite Art Trail pubs and cafés for you to rest and recuperate on route. Of course being 10 is a landmark birthday: we’re wondering what lies ahead. The landscape for East London has changed so substantially over the past 10 years – how can the E17 Art Trail grow and develop in a way that continues to express the ambitions of the people who live, work and visit here and have invested so much in its success ? We’d like to know what you think. This June our team of volunteer Festival Ambassadors will be inviting everyone they meet at Art Trail events or spot holding an Art Trail guide to join in the conversation. Give us your best idea and let us know what you think. We’ll be tweeting and posting (#e17arttrail) the best ideas during the Art Trail. At the end of the Art Trail we’ll be sharing the feedback and perhaps picking a few ‘winners’ to run with. Welcome to the 2014 E17 Art Trail, when the whole neighbourhood opens its door and invites you in. Paula Van Hagen Curator E17 Art Trail

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Media Partner the E List have created a brand new phone app listing all of Walthamstow’s events year-round. In the first edition you can find the full E17 Art Trail festival programme in this handy interactive format. Visit the following websites to download the app to your phone. www.theelist.co.uk www.e17arttrail.co.uk

Artists’ Open Houses stand at the heart of the Art Trail and are an enduring and evocative expression of all that is so rewarding about living in a creative community. Our 2014 theme – ‘inhabit’ – is a way of marking this with a programme strand (details page 6) that considers not just where we live but how. It can be no coincidence that the role of the Warner Family and their social as well as physical shaping of the Walthamstow community has emerged as such as strong element of the 2014 E17 Art Trail. Parallel to this runs a consideration of how we can best align the drive of urban expansion with a respect for our community’s history and we are delighted to be sharing this part of our programme with the London Festival of Architecture 2014 (www.londonfestivalofarchitecture.org).

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E-list app

This year E17 Art Trail is 10. From the inaugural Artillery E17 Art Trail in 2005, a one-day festival with 50 exhibitions, to the 2014 Art Trail showcasing work by 4,000 artists for an audience of more than 15,000, the E17 Art Trail has truly been taken to the hearts of those who’ve trod its path. Together we’ve seen art in front gardens, shop windows, on hedges and at bus-stops as well as in our flagship galleries. Each Art Trail there are pop-up events in shops, community centres, churches and outdoor spaces and a wonderful programme of walks, talks and cycle routes that open up the hidden and not-so-hidden areas of E17. Like you, we are in awe of how talented our East London neighbourhood is and we love how wholeheartedly ‘our’ E17 Art Trail has become ‘your’ E17 Art Trail too.

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For the latest E17 Art Trail reviews and festival updates log on to our blog with guest curator and contributors. You will also find previews, artist interviews, artists’ diaries and photographs. Read about the preparations for the Art Trail and processes involved in creating some of the artwork. The blog is there for you to comment, document your own Art Trail experiences and submit your own reviews. We would especially like to hear from young writers and photographers. www.e17arttrail.blogspot.com

Welcome

Artillery Artillery is an arts development organisation based in Walthamstow. Our approach is to curate community-driven festival programmes which provide a stage for individuals, local businesses and community projects to express and share their talents. Recent Artillery projects include Appetite, Make Yourself at Home, Words Over Waltham Forest and Cultivate. We would like to thank everyone who has supported Artillery projects over the last 10 years, it has been a tremendous collaborative effort and quite a journey. Artillery, The Mill, 7 -11 Coppermill Lane, London E17 7HA 0208 521 2155 events@artillery.org.uk www.artillery.org.uk Twitter: @artillerynews facebook.co.uk/ArtilleryNews

Disclaimer: Times, dates and venues were correct at the time of going to press, however, there may be variations due to unforeseen circumstances. Please check www.e17arttrail.co.uk for latest information. Under no circumstances can Artillery accept responsibility for any loss, damage or injury, sustained by any member of the public visiting the E17 Art Trail Festival. © Artists retain copyright of original images.

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Inhabit When we were invited a response to the theme of ‘inhabit’ we knew we were setting a tough task. ‘Inhabit’ is about the now, the present moment, as much as it is about the where. We hoped it would spark work considering not just how we decide to make our home or shape our community but also about why we choose one particular place over another. Why here? Why now? Why Walthamstow?

Exploring Muslim Heritage Through Islamic 114 Home Décor Exhibitions, The Village Trail This new exhibition offers an intriguing insight into Muslim home decor over the past decades. An investigation into the significance of artefacts in the Muslim home, in particular the evolution of styles, the exhibition will include artifacts drawn from local residents’ homes. www.everydaymuslim.org

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Artistes and Artisans Guided Walk

The responses – well, what did we really expect. They are a dizzying invocation of change presented in the uniquely challenging and inspiring way we have come to expect from E17 Art Trail contributors. Taken together these exhibitions, walks and events provide an exciting evocation of local life, providing a context for contemporary experiences against a backdrop of social, politicial, economic change that we will all recognise, and not just from recent Olympic-driven years.

Events, The Village Trail Discover Walthamstow’s historic shops and its connection with the early cinema industry on this nostalgic shopping and entertainment themed walk with tour guide Joanna Moncrieff. £8. Book via Eventbrite. www.artistes-artisans.eventbrite.co.uk

If you choose to follow this Trail don’t expect agreement or being able to walk one journey. The inhabit strand of 2014 E17 Art Trail is made up of as many different points of view and experiences as we would expect from a community as diverse as ours. Think of this as a feast, where some of the dishes will be familiar, others less so. Make bold choices and we believe you will be rewarded with a fresh perspective on your neighbourhood as well as your neighbours.

Events, The Village Trail This walk is a new addition to our walking tours programme and will focus on the historical connections, contributions and presence of Muslims in Walthamstow. www.islamichistoryofbritain.com/walks

Inhabit Trail Highlights:

Art Trail History Strand

117 Events, The Village Trail Taking up residence at Orford House, local theatre company, Clio’s Company, have curated a weekend programme. In a parallel presentation based at nearby Queen’s Road area, Clio’s Company share the initial stages of a new two-year project: Watercress beds to one-way streets: 120 years of a North London neighbourhood. www.clioscompany.co.uk

Do You Really Know Where You Are? OTM Off The Map, Exhibitions – Audio Tour Artist-led guided tour (Events – Off The Map) Corinne Price is an artist drawn towards the point of tension between the natural world and the constructed environment. This new work can be downloaded free-of-charge as a mp3 file and forms the narrative for a guided tour that begins in Epping Forest. www.corinneprice.com

The E17 BoB (Bus of Buildings)

44 Venue 44 (Events – Chapel End Trail) architectsE17 invite us on a bus tour of residential projects in Walthamstow and beyond. Organised with the support of the Royal Institute of British Architects, climb on board the specially chartered Routemaster and take to the streets of East London for an entertaining and inspiring tour. www.architectse17.wordpress.com

An Iron Fist in a Red-Brick Glove: 164 The Warner Family and Walthamstow

Venue 164 (Events – Wood Street Trail) In the historic surroundings of St Peter’s in-the-Forest Church, this illustrated talk from Dr Neil Houghton (Walthamstow Historical Society) will consider why the Warner family chose to develop their land for housing and what impact this had locally.

W.E.: The Ex-Warner Project

12 Exhibitions, Higham Hill Trail Events, High Street Trail 56 Events, Markhouse & Leabridge Trail Artists Lucy Harrison and Katherine Green deliver a large scale 62 project which surveys the former Warner Estates in Waltham Forest. A photography and oral history exhibition, presented in the evocative 87 surroundings of the Former Warner Rent Office, the accompanying event programme includes guided walks around E17 to look at Warner properties and to talk to the project contributors. www.exwarnerproject.co.uk 4

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Walthamstow Muslim History Walk

Appetite Eat the Art Trail After launching in 2013 Appetite is back under the E17 Art Trail banner, offering a fine collection of food-related events with art on the menu. The smörgåsbord of cherry-picked events highlights local food businesses, growers, cooks, artists, designers and writers who offer a slice of creativity topped with a dollop of the culinary. Appetite is an Artillery project, follow us online for future work www.appetitefestival.co.uk @AppetiteInfo www.facebook.com/AppetiteInfo

Trail Lunchboxes Bestowed Kitchen will provide lunchboxes made with fresh ingredients from local suppliers with a side of limited edition artwork. Think posh sandwiches or tart, a slice of cake, and a fruity treat to take on the Art Trail. Order your box by midday on the Thursday before each trail weekend and your lunchbox will be ready to pick up from The Mill or Walthamstow Library. Vegetarian and gluten-free options available. From £6.50. Order via edibleexperiences.com/bestowedkitchen

Art Fresh Nestled amongst the freshest organic produce in North East London is something somewhat unsavoury. No, not a slug: an Art Fresh art pack! Delivered to the homes of everyone who uses OrganicLea’s fruit and vegetable box scheme, this extra parcel includes the E17 Art Trail Guide, a blank postcard and a unique piece of commissioned food-inspired art. The guide will help you get about during the Art Trail, the postcard invites you to create your own foodie art to be mailed to the Hornbeam café and the specially created art will be a surprise… Art Fresh is delivered to fruit and veg bag users only so why not sign up to the Organic Lea fruit and vegetable box scheme www.organiclea.org.uk

Aura Rosa Cakes & Patisserie Appetite is tastefully sponsored by Aura Rosa Cakes & Patisserie. Discover their summer time garden tearoom at 34 Orford Road E17 9NJ. www.aurarosa.co.uk


WALTHAMSTOW’S BRAND NEW SCANDINAVIAN-INSPIRED DESIGN SHOP & CAFÉ Homemade breakfast, lunch, cakes & coffee Clothes, gifts & interior design Arts Trail Exhibition Mixed Race17 See map number 41 for full details Come and see us Mon–Sat 08.00–18.00 Sun 08.00–17.00 8 Chingford Road Walthamstow E17 4PJ (Just a few doors down from The Bell pub) byggabolondon

@ByggaBo

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Events Calendar

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Saturday 31 May 41 The Visitors Bygga Bo 8 Chingford Rd

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The Limes Repair Cafe The Limes Community and Children’s Centre 6 Somers Rd020 8509 8985 www.thelimes.org.uk

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Ringing for All

Event High Street Trail 11am-6pm

Pop-up photo studio with photographer Nicola Tree documenting visitors to the E17 Art Trail. Come along and have your photo taken free. Event Chapel End Trail 10am-3pm

Come along to The Limes Repair Cafe! Let us help you fix your broken appliances, up-cycle old clothing or fabric, mend your bike and give your unloved things a new lease of life! Workshop High Street Trail 10am-3pm

Made By Ore Jewellery Workshop 30a Borwick Avenue 07980 213443 www.madebyore.com

158 Treehouse in the Sky Creature Creation 131 Wood St www.significantseams.org.uk

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The Portrait Slam Selborne Walk Shopping Mall High St www.gacoc.demon.co.uk/port.htm

60 Jason Hawkridge Speed Sketching The Mill, 7 – 11 Coppermill Lane www.hawkridgegallery.com

Watch the ancient art of bell-ringing and try it for yourself. Children with adults welcome. Hosted by the ringers of St Mary’s Church on the Vestry Ring mobile tower. Performance High Street Trail 10am-4pm

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Creative stall hosted by Art Catcher and Waltham Forest Arts Club. Walthamstow Town Square High St

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LiveElse[W]here Live Lunch Make a silver ring workshop £25. Make a silver ring which you can wear home! Learn to solder silver and hammer texture or letters to personalise your ring. 2 hour workshops throughout the day. To book your place please visit our website.

LockUpNumber, 11 Fanshaw House The Drive

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Workshop William Morris Trail 10am-6pm

Sushi Class & Dim Sum Classes

Come to this special workshop to learn how to make a creature or bloom from recycled materials with artist Sheila Hallissey. £3 suggested donation. Workshop Wood Street Trail 1 hour workshop at 11am and 2pm

Commission your portrait for a suggested donation of £5 and have it sketched for you in 5 minutes by Jason Hawkridge. No need to book – just drop in. Bring your kids and they can join in the fun. All funds raised to go to The Mill. Event High Street Trail 12pm–4pm

Art Grows on Trees

Walthamstow Town Square High St 07845 043188 walthamstowbells.webplus.net

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Have your portrait drawn by a local artist. A chance to acquire a real work of art by a real artist at a really low price.

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Pick yourself a piece of art from the trees to take home as an Art Trail souvenir or stay and make something yourself. Festival Stewards will be on hand to help you find your way around the trail. Event High Street Trail 12noon-4pm

Locals and artists get together for lunch to talk about what it’s been like having performance artists making work in public/with people on The Drive and Attlee Terrace. Interested in joining? Please contact us! 07932 809816/07740 584469 www.thedrawingshed.org Event Hoe Street Trail 12noon-5pm

Saturday Sushi Classes and Sunday Dim Sum Classes from the sell out E17 Pop Up Restaurant Project. Lunch included. Beginners welcome! Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre Pub, 53 Hoe St. Booking essential via: www.E17popup.co.uk Workshop Hoe Street Trail 12.30-3.30pm

Meet at Walthamstow Central Library entrance. Open to all, our E17 Art Trail Walking Tours are a social and relaxed way to visit a host of art trail exhibitions. Accompanied by local artists, each walk explores a different route and aims to visit 10 venues. Walk High Street Trail 1pm


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Family Day: Celtic Patterns William Morris Gallery, Forest Road www.wmgallery.org.uk

130 Breaking Bard Wingfield & Randolph Roads

Fun, free activities for families to make and do together. Join lettering artist The Wandering Scribe for an afternoon of ancient alphabets, amazing mazes and zoomorphic letters. For families with children of all ages, just drop in. Workshop William Morris Trail 1pmñ4pm

Live arts, drama and music performances to accompany our 24 hour ‘Breaking Bard’ exhibition. For further details of the performances please LIKE our Facebook page. Performance The Village Trail 2pm

OTM Do You Really Know Where You Are Off The Map - meet at Epping Forest Public Space www.corinneprice.com

70 What We Look For Is What We See Walthamstow Town Square High St

An artist-led audio tour with Corinne Price. Begin by downloading the MP3 from the website and meet at Epping Forest Public Space on Woodford New Road, directly opposite Chelmsford Road, with your headphones on. Walk Off the Map 2pm–3pm

Join Original Army as they help launch the 2014 Art Trail with their trademark performance style. Expect humour, surprise and quirky social commentary from the collective who opened the 2012 Art Trail with The Present. Performance High Street Trail 3pm

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Art & Craft Tasters Birgit Barrett 124 Farnan Ave 07910 251629 artandcrafttasters.webs.com

8 Inky Cuttlefish Something Wonderful Opening Party Inky Cuttlefish Studios Blackhorse Lane

Hands-on art & craft tasters for adults and children; make earrings in our free jewellery making taster; other tasters on our website; photos, paintings, crafts, jewellery & demonstrations by guest artists & crafters. Workshop Chapel End Trail 4pm-7pm

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Performance Higham Hill Trail 7pm-8pm

Walk Lightly Inky Cuttlefish Studios Blackhorse Lane

Sunday 1 June 35 Made By Ore Jewellery Workshop

69 E17 Art Trail Cycling Tours Walthamstow Library High St

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Art in St James Park St James Park, Essex Rd 07712 654632 www.artsclub.org.uk

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Walthamstow International Film Festival Vestry House Museum, Vestry Rd

Celebrating 10 years of the Art Trail. Cheese and wine opening party with live music. Having taken part in every Art Trail, this is our tribute to the something wonderful that the E17 Art Trail has brought to Walthamstow over the past 10 years. Event Higham Hill Trail 6pm-11pm

Provoke your thoughts and rest your feet at the beginning of the Trail. A live, lively performance inspired by Mother Earth. 07712 654632

OTM Hannah Adamaszek Live Painting 215 Coppermill Lane www.facebook.com/ MuralOnTheMarsh

See Sat 31 May listings for full details Workshop William Morris Trail 10am-6pm

Arguably the best way to get around the E17 Art Trail is on two wheels. Cycling tours led by Waltham Forest Cycling Campaign. Meet outside Walthamstow Central Library. Cycle Tour High Street Trail 11am-4pm

Join Friends of St James Park for a Big Lunch picnic and make some art, take some art! Art On Trees for free and free art making for all ages to draw, paint or print your own art with Waltham Forest Arts Club Workshop Markhouse & Leabridge Trail 12pm-4pm

Now in its 5th year, this family friendly cinematic celebration shows 3 min shorts (Drama, Documentary, Animation, Experimental and First Films) from around the world and around the corner. www.walthamstow internationalfilmfestival.com Film screening The Village Trail 12noon-6pm

Come watch street art in action at a live painting event by Hannah Adamaszek. Watch her paint at 215 Coppermill Lane, on the way to the Mural On The Marsh venue. Event Markhouse & Leabridge Trail 12pm-2pm

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See Sat 31 May listings for full details.

Tuesday 3 June

Workshop Hoe Street Trail 12.30-3.30pm

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Paint bunting with Friends of Stoneydown Park

Help Friends of Stoneydown Park paint images onto cloth to make new bunting for the Stoneydown Folk Festival (this year on 29 June in the park). Light refreshments will be available. All ages welcome. Workshop High Street Trail 1pm-4pm

Life Drawing Session The Maker’s Yard 54 Shernhall Street www.makersyard.com

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The Hut, Stoneydown Park Pretoria Ave friendsofstoneydownparkweebly.com

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St Peter’s in the Forest Church Woodford, New Rd e17churchintheforest.blogspot.co.uk

Workshop The Village Trail 6.30pm-8pm

Ignite Night E17 Walthamstow Library High St www.ignitenightE17.eventbrite.co.uk

A fast paced event responding to the Street Gallery neon ‘I’M IN LOVE WITH THE MODERN WORLD’ by DJ Roberts. Inspiring speakers have just 5 minutes to share their passions and ignite your awareness and action! Book your free ticket at library or eventbrite Performance High Street Trail 7pmñ8.30pm

A talk on the Warner family and Walthamstow.

An Iron Fist in a RedBrick Glove: the Warner Family and Walthamstow

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The Importance of Collaboration

Talk Wood Street Trail 3pm-5pm

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An artist expert on Collaboration will discuss the pros and cons of creating artwork with others. Advance bookings only please, Bookings will open 12th May. Talk Higham Hill Trail 4pm-6pm

Life Drawing Session The Maker’s Yard 54 Shernhall Street www.makersyard.com

121 Readings from Bren Gosling, Hassan Vawda and Guests

Blackhorse Workshop 1-2 Sutherland Rd Path www.artquest.org.uk

Workshop The Village Trail 6.30pm-8pm

Readings from Bren Gosling’s latest novel and poetry from Hassan Vawda plus guests. Talk The Village Trail 7.30pm-9.30pm

Penny Fielding Gallery & Interiors 34 Orford Rd

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Shellshock and Psychiatry The Warrant Officer Pub Gallery 318 Higham Hill Rd 020 8509 0537 www.thewarrantofficerpub.com

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See Saturday 31 May for full details. Workshop Chapel End Trail 4pm-7pm

To accompany Ruth Calland’s exhibition, she will talk about what was learnt about the effect of trauma on the mind in WW1. Illustrated with film footage of survivors. Followed by refreshments. Talk Higham Hill Trail 6.30pm-7.00pm

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Contemporary art auction raising funds for Barbican Arts Group Trusts Public Programme. Bids accepted at the show and online. Event Higham Hill Trail 6.30pm-9pm

Silent Auction:Barbican Arts Group Trust Blackhorse Lane Studios 114 Blackhorse Lane 020 7253 2542 www.barbicanartsgrouptrust.co.uk


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Walthamstow International Film Festival

Blancanieves – Director Pablo Berger. A twist on the Snow White fairy tale that is set in 1920s Seville and centered on a female bullfighter. Booking Essential through the Stow Film Lounge: www.stowfilmlounge.com

69 A Walthamstow Wander Meet by Walthamstow Central Library

Film screening The Village Trail 7pm-11pm

Walk High Street Trail 11am-1.30pm

Orford House 73 Orford Rd

56 W.E.: The Ex-Warner Project St Michael and All Angels Church Hall Northcote Road 07964 878315 www.exwarnerproject.co.uk

Talk on the project, research and artistic process, with Lucy Harrison, Katherine Green and Kirstin Sibley. Drinks will be served. Please RSVP to info@exwarnerproject.co.uk Talk High Street Trail 7.30pm-8.30pm

Join tour guide Joanna Moncrieff on a mostly food & drink themed walk. Hear how Walthamstow’s pubs have evolved over time and discover traces of the food shops which used to pepper the neighbourhood. £8. Places are limited. Book via: walthamstow-wander.eventbrite.

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See Saturday 31 May for full details. Workshop Wood Street Trail 1 hour workshop at 11am and 2pm

See Friday 6 June for full details. Event Higham Hill Trail 12pm-6pm

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Made By Ore Jewellery Workshop

Made By Ore joins Blackhorse Trek (a local initiative linking venues in the Blackhorse area) offering a special themed workshop. Follow us on Twitter for new and updates @madebyore #BhorseTrek Workshop William Morris Trail 10am-6pm

30a Borwick Avenue 07980 213443 www.madebyore.com

Chequers Arts Fair The Chequers 145 High St 07414 803897

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Pop-up photo studio with photographer Nicola Tree documenting visitors to the E17 Art Trail. Come along and have your photo taken free.

Art Grows on Trees Walthamstow Town Square High St

Event Chapel End Trail 10am-3pm

Use mobile computers to search for hidden treasures within and around the Art Trail. Event High Street Trail 10am-4pm

The Chequers is hosting its first art fair! We invited local artists and designers to put a stall up at the pub. Our aim is to provide a hub of creativity and transform the pub into a place filled with art for a day as well as serving tasty drinks & food Event High Street Trail 12pm-6pm

Pick yourself a piece of art from the trees to take home as an Art Trail souvenir or stay and make something yourself at the creative stall hosted by Art Catcher and Waltham Forest Arts Club. Festival Stewards will be on hand to help you find your way around the trail. Event High Street Trail 12pm-4pm

88 Sushi Class & Dim Sum Classes

See Sat 31 May listings for full details. Workshop Hoe Street Trail 12.30-3.30pm

VisAge: Virtual Treasure Hunting The Mill 7-11 Coppermill Lane www.visage-ar.co.uk

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Cheekyhandmades and Grow Your Own Theatre are holding a mini festival! Music, cake, stalls, performance. More details tbc.

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Event Higham Hill Trail 2pm-9pm

Mini Fest

Central Station’ Latin American cinema

The Green Outside 13 Thorpe Cres 07944 863932 www.cheekyhandmades.co.uk

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Mooton antics

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The Mootons Have Landed! South Grove Carpark Side Rd www.roanallen.co.uk

Walthamstow International Film Festival Vestry House Museum Vestry Rd

130 Breaking Bard

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Art on a Plate

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Film screening Hoe Street Trail 7pm

Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre Pub 53 Hoe St

Event High Street Trail 2pm-6pm

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Enjoy great award-winning Latin american cinema featuring two films with fantastic female leads. ‘Central Station’ Sat 7 June, ‘The MaidSun’ Sun 8 June , plus Latin American Craft Sale Sun 8 June at 2pm

Creating Fear in Films: Ian Longs workshop goes deep into human psychology, showing how filmmakers give audiences the dark thrills they crave with scenes and sequences illustrating key methods of arousing fear. Booking essential. www.walthamstow internationalfilmfestival.com Workshop The Village Trail 2pm-5pm

See Saturday 31 May for full details. Performance The Village Trail 2pm

See Saturday 31 May for full details. Workshop Chapel End Trail 4pm-7pm

Cocomero presents two 12-place, 5 course ‘art history/inspiration’ supper clubs at Silvana Gambini’s home in Walthamstow Village. An emphasis on vibrant colour, Italian flavours & the home-made. BYOB plus drinks list. Book via: www.cocomero.co.uk Event The Village Trail 7pm-10.30pm

The E17 BoB (Bus of Buildings)

A bus tour of residential projects in Walthamstow and beyond, exploring well designed modern living within our local built environment, and its context in East London. Tour William Morris Trail Two bus tours; morning and afternoon. Please refer to website.

Starting from Walthamstow Town Hall Forest Rd architectse17.wordpress.com/bob

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OTM Tales from the Marsh Walking Tour around Walthamstow Marshes Meet at Picnic Bench, Coppermill Fields Car Park

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Auntie Maureen presents a MENS-a-FAIR Orford House , 73 Orford Rd 07432 430386 www.auntiemaureen.info

See Saturday 7 June for full details. Workshop William Morris Trail 10am-6pm

Discover local stories of the Walthamstow Marshes. A guided walk telling unique, unusual and unheard stories collected from local people on their visits and travels through Walthamstow Marshes. Walk 11am-12.30pm

A fair for men. A MENS-a-FAIR. With man gifts for Father’s Day, man art, man design, man clobber, man food & man cake. Oh, and a man bar with man beer to cure the man flu. Everyone is welcome! Event The Village Trail 11am-5pm


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Got an inquisitive, creative toddler? Want new ways to excite their minds and tastebuds, and a great meal for you?! ‘Mister Maker meets Masterchef’ A delicious vegetarian meal for under 5s and adult accomplices. We’ll feed their brilliant minds and bodies. And we’ll even get them doing the washing up.

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See Friday 6 June for full details. Event Higham Hill Trail 12pm-6pm

See Sat 31 May listings for full details. Workshop Hoe Street Trail 12.30pm-3.30pm

Join Anna Alcock for a free family workshop inspired by the Vestry garden and collection. Workshop The Village Trail 1.30pm-4pm

Art and Appetite The Mill 7-11 Coppermill Lane 020 8521 3211

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Meet the artist: Diana Furlong

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Join the William Morris Gallery for a special event to explore Diana Furlong’s show Zoom In, Zoom Out. Meet the artist and discuss her work as a calligrapher in the Discovery Lounge. Free. Everyone welcome, just drop-in.

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Event William Morris Trail 2pm-4pm

William Morris Gallery, Lloyd Park 020 8496 4390 www.wmgallery.org.uk

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The Big Screen Walthamstow Town Square www.legasay.wordpress.com

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Singing workshop open to all 2pm4pm. Come along and learn some some songs with the Rose & Crown Singers, enjoy tea and delicious homemade cake, then perform with the choir at 5pm. Workshop Markhouse & Leabridge Trail 2pm-4pm

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See Saturday 7 June for full details. Event High Street Trail 2pm-6pm

Food is a popular subject for artists from Ancient Egyptian tomb paintings to contemporary edible artworks. Join Deborah Nash for a slide show introduction to food in art. £5 if booked in advance; £6 on the door. Talk High Street Trail 2.30pm-3.30pm

Warner photography walk, led by Neil Houghton from the Walthamstow Historical Society, with Katherine Green and Lucy Harrison. lease email info@exwarnerproject.co.uk for more details and to RSVP. Walk High Street Trail 2.30pm-4.30pm

Screening of lega’say’. Stories and events of 2012. An animated film starring, made and created by individuals, children and families of Walthamstow. Produced by artists Dee Honeybun and Scribble and Smudge. Film screening High Street Trail Launch screening 8 June at 2.30pm and 3.15pm. Also screened everyday 9-15 June at 1.30pm and 4pm.

See Saturday 31 May for full details. Workshop Chapel End Trail 4pm-7pm

The Rose and Crown Singers will perform an eclectic mix of songs from folk and popular music to medieval French and Georgian songs. Performance Markhouse & Leabridge Trail 5pm

St Barnabas Church Hall St Barnabas Rd 07976 260592 www.theroseandcrownsingers.org.uk

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Meet the artists: late night opening for House of Angles exhibition with live music. Event Markhouse & Leabridge Trail 7pm-10pm

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Enjoy great award-winning Latin american cinema featuring two films with fantastic female leads. ‘Central Station’ Sat 7 June, ‘The MaidSun’ Sun 8 June , plus Latin American Craft Sale Sun 8 June at 2pm

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Film screening Hoe Street Trail 7pm

E17 Art Trail Walking Tour

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Performance The Village Trail 7.30pm-9.30pm

Meet Walthamstow Central Library entrance. Open to all, our E17 Art Trail Walking Tours are a social and relaxed way to visit a host of art trail exhibitions. Accompanied by local artists, each walk explores a different route and aims to visit 10 venues. Walk High Street Trail 1pm

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Free reading by Kayo Chingonyi & Michael McKimm and open mic event.

Forest Philharmonic Explorers with Caroline Welsh. Creative music workshop for anyone who sings or plays ANY instrument to ANY standard. Make music, make friends, have fun.Tickets: £5. Booking recommended. forestphilharmonic.org.uk/explorers Workshop High Street Trail 6pm-8pm

Workshop The Village Trail 6.30pm-8pm

Life Drawing Session The Maker’s Yard 54 Shernhall Street www.makersyard.com

Friday 13 June See Saturday 7 June for full details.

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Workshop The Village Trail 6.30pm-8pm

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E17 Designers’ Market, gifts for sale all under one roof. Free entry, live music, licensed bar, Latino cocktails and Frank’s Colombian tostadas! Event High Street Trail 7pm-10pm

Life Drawing Session The Maker’s Yard 54 Shernhall Street www.makersyard.com

E17 Designers’ Market Grove Café Hatherley Mews www.e17designers.co.uk

Wednesday 11 June 87 W.E.: The Ex-Warner Project: Walk 2 Corner Sybourne St/Markhouse Road 07964 878315 www.exwarnerproject.co.uk

Warner walk including Leyton and finishing with optional 1914 themed refreshments at the Hare & Hounds pub, led by David Boote from the Leyton & Leytonstone Historical Society with Lucy Harrison. Please email info@exwarnerproject.co.uk for more details. Walk Markhouse & Leabridge Trail 6.30pm-8.30pm

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Saturday 14 June 133 Walthamstow Muslim History Walk Corner of Hoe St and Queens Rd 07956 468081 www.islamichistoryofbritain.com

Join us to discover some of the historical connections, contributions and presence of Muslims in Walthamstow. From the Moors to Morris, from the earliest Muslim prayer places to racism and more! Walk The Village Trail 10.30am-1pm


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Art and Music all weekend, with a special Saturday night event where local artists and musicians collaborate…and a BBQ. www.pulse-studios.co.uk Event Higham Hill Trail 11am-late

Pulse Rehearsal Studios Unit K, Blackhorse Mews, Blackhorse Lane 020 8527 0440

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Installations and trail created by the children of Edinburgh Primary School, local families and Clio’s Company, telling the stories of some long-ago neighbours, and some of the present day.

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Event Markhouse & Leabridge Trail 11am-2.30pm

A medley of talks, pop-up exhibitions, installations and walks inspired by Walthamstow’s past, and a chance to explore the Georgian secrets of Orford House. Event The Village Trail 11am-5pm

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The Great East End Art Market by Eat or Heat St. Marys Welcome Centre 8 Church End www.eatorheat.org

Walthamstow International Film Festival

Workshop Wood Street Trail 1 hour workshop at 11am and 2pm

Vestry House Museum, Vestry Rd www.walthamstow internationalfilmfestival.com

Event The Village Trail 12pm-8pm

Workshop Hoe Street Trail 12.30-3.30pm

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An exhibition and art market for the whole family. Donated work by 40 local artists in our famous £5 raffle. Cake, live music, art and vintage market. Make us your pit stop on the trail.

See Sat 31 May listings for full details.

Look out for golden pineapples during the Art Trail. Sample tasty, pineapplicious treats at Norman Loves’ Pineapple Party. Tweet your pineapple photos, doodles & dishes! For details and updates follow @E17Pineapple

Orford House 73 Orford Rd www.clioscompany.co.uk

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Orford House 73 Orford Rd www.artistes-artisans.eventbrite.co.uk

Queen’s Rd Cemetery Queen’s Rd www.clioscompany.co.uk

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Discover Walthamstow’s historic shops and its connection with the early cinema industry on this nostalgic shopping and entertainment themed walk with tour guide Joanna Moncrieff. £8. Book via Eventbrite.

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Experimental Film: Workshop Leader, Paul Fletcher. A brief look at the history, ideas and techniques behind the most prominent auteurs in this genre. For those with an interest in cinema or some film-making experience. Booking essential. Workshop The Village Trail 2pm-5pm

See Saturday 31 May for full details. Performance The Village Trail 2pm

See Saturday 31 May for full details. Workshop Chapel End Trail 4pm-7pm

Crochet Fashion Show

Vintage inspired hats, bikinis and bags designed & made by Alessandra Rigillo. No need to book just come along.

Abstract 54 Beulah Rd www.abstractshop.co.uk

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Walthamstow’s own With Great Pleasure - from the voluptuous poetry of George Gascoigne to sounds of the 1990s, via William Morris and Music Hall. Tickets £7 from wilcumestowefiles. eventbrite.co.uk Performance The Village Trail 7.30pm-11pm

Sunday 15 June 6 Pulse Collaboration

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FEAST-17 William Morris Gallery Forest Rd 07925 504888 www.facebook.com/ajostrust

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Forest Airs - Madrigal singers See Saturday 14 June for full details.

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Waltham Forest Arts Club invite you to join us, pick up a pencil or charcoal and draw the moving figure! Dancers from Tudor, through Morris, to Swing will perform while artists of all levels will draw their movement and costumes. Materials provided. Workshop The Village Trail 11am-4pm

Orford House 73 Orford Rd www.artsclub.org.uk

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See Saturday 31 May for full details. Workshop Hoe Street Trail 12.30-3.30pm

Arguably the best way to get around the E17 Art Trail is on two wheels. Cycling tours led by Waltham Forest Cycling Campaign. Meet outside Walthamstow Central Library. Cycle Tour High Street Trail 1pm-6pm

Art & Craft Tasters

Is dance transformative? You are warmly invited to see, listen, touch wonder and wander in this multimedia banquet of arts. Presented by Ajos Dance set in the Acanthus room. Don’t miss this unforgettable event! Performance William Morris Trail 1pm-5pm

Come and hear this merry band of minstrels sing! Forest Airs is a group of Madrigal singers. Popular in the Renaissance period, Madrigals are unaccompanied, secular songs that will whisk you away to a time long ago of wooing, nymphs and shepherds! Performance Markhouse & Leabridge Trail 3pm-3.30pm

See Saturday 31 May for full details. Workshop Chapel End Trail 4pm-7pm


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Women’s Group: Community Day Services Inky Cuttlefish Studios 5 Blackhorse Lane (via archway) 07753 686331

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William Morris Trail William Morris Trail is named after Walthamstow’s most famous son – the textile designer, artist, writer and socialist pioneer. The acclaimed, awardwinning William Morris Gallery at the south end of Lloyd Park sits in the middle of this Trail and if you haven’t visited it yet, then you certainly should – but there is so much more to see here. William Morris Trail is all about Artists’ Open Houses, a special part of the E17 Art Trail and at the heart of what makes us so distinctive. Now a world-wide movement, the concept behind the Open House is the opportunity for artists and spectator to engage in a more direct and immediate way. It’s about conversation, debate and, occasionally, tea and it’s certainly the most exciting and insightful way to appreciate the creative talent in the Walthamstow community. You’ll find Artists’ Open Houses across the E17 Art Trail and we suggest you never refuse an invitation to drop in. Information spot: Map number 21 A D R O

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For our front garden art display in our 5th E17 Art Trail we have gone bigger (and smaller) than ever before.

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Discover Betty Loves Buttons. From upcycled vintage goodies to brighten up your home to crafted jewels to adorn your inner belle. Meet Toonie. The proverbial Jack who paints, draws, bakes and makes. Sat 1pm-5pm, Sun 1pm-4pm, Fri 10.30am2.30pm

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A collection of paintings and illustrations of pin up girls and cheesecake. Works in copic markers and digital illustration, from tattoo to manga. Stall by the Walthamstow Vintage Emporium. Join us on the green for music and all things cool.

Betty Love Buttons Meets Toonies Jewels... 94 Elphinstone Rd 07788 186284

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After an unidentified spacecraft crash landed on the roof of The Winns Primary School, hundreds of terrifying monster aliens have found their way into the building and taken it over. Come and see them at the windows in all their monstrous glory! 24 Hours

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A collaboration on extinction – how do you feel about losing creatures you have never met? Plus other works about the wonder of being here. Paintings by Vincent Oyenga, words by Daniela Othieno.

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A fresh and dynamic mix from Waltham Forest College HNC Art & Design students. Exciting exhibition of drawing, painting, print, design, photography and 3D. Come and view the talent of the artists and designers of tomorrow. 10am-4pm

Lost/Missing & Being Here 75A Carr Rd 07940564734 www.vincentoyenga.com

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Theatron Paper Moon 174 Winns Ave 07432 430386 ask@auntiemaureen.info www.auntiemaureen.info

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“I have a little shadow that goes in and out with me. And what can be the use of him is more than I can see.” – Robert Louis Stevenson

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Get to know me and my work over three days of fun, poetry readings, short acted scenes, photography, paintings, objects, short films and refreshments. Visit MUENKEL at home.

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‘Home’ celebrates Walthamstow and Waltham Forest through a series of illustrations. Pattern, line and design are used to represent E17. The art work will only be visible from the exterior in the three upstairs windows.

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An exciting exhibition of sculptures, paintings, drawings, prints, ceramics CAD, photographs, fashion, textiles by adult students. Creative Industry courses at Waltham Forest College: HNC Art & Design, HNC/HND Fashion, NCFE Portfolio Preparation

Kieron Clark E17 Film-Maker 76 Bromley Rd www.kieronclark.co.uk

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Circles and echoes, repeated throughout human history in stories, seasons, cycles and spirals, galaxies, DNA and cave paintings. The Ouroboros Project explores these patterns through art, music and narrative. Come and explore with us! 9.30am - 6pm. Wed 4th 9.30-2.30pm, Sun 8th 1pm-4.30pm M 2 9

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Part tree, part sculpture. For this year’s arts trail exhibition we have created a sculpture by using a discarded tree bough and remaking its branches. I consider it to be a type of plastic surgery, beautifying an object, remaking nature.

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A selection of photographic work from Julia Spicer, Esther Simpson and Alex Bell. Join us for a cuppa. Donations of tinned food for the Eat or Heat food bank gratefully received! 12pm-5pm

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A fantastical, floral drawing by artist Carne Griffiths will take place live on the inside walls of 41 Jewel Road. Bring along objects of curiosity to feature within this floral piece.

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From a thriving studio in the middle of Walthamstow, Martin Adams, Esther Neslen, Della Rees, Alke Schmidt and Kirsten Schmidt display their paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures, installations and doodlings. 12pm-6pm.

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Come and see Carole’s dramatic prints featuring mythical creatures, familiar faces and local architecture, alongside Ellie’s incredibly detailed drawings of imaginary buildings and their curious inhabitants.

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Muscovite architect and photographer Ilia Mouline is exhibiting a series of dynamic colour urban cityscapes featuring London, Moscow and Paris.

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Psychedelic relics…wallpaper montage…proper groovy baby…no paste…no waste…no haste…

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Photographs of the Zen style back garden through the seasons by Sally Lancaster and a garden installation by Ambaranta (tbc). Plus: Pop-up Cafe and a talk, ‘The Seasons & Chinese Medicine’ at 3pm each day. 2pm-5pm

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We do illustrational artwork inspired by the people, places and animals of Walthamstow. And we do tea and cake! Our pop-up cafe, in collaboration with our neighbours at number 42, is open the same hours as our exhibition.

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Chapel End Trail runs along the most northern streets in Walthamstow and is home to local landmarks, the Town Hall and the Walthamstow Stadium. It has a focus on presenting creative work by children and young people: with exhibitions from all the area’s schools and colleges this is a great opportunity to recognise just how talented the younger residents of Waltham Forest are. In keeping with the family focus, you’ll find plenty of activities and exhibitions here to engage and intrigue younger spectators. Chapel End Trail is home to one of E17 Art Trail’s most popular family (Lego-themed) destinations and some rather friendly dinosaurs, a polar bear and a comic strip dog have also taken up residence here.

Chapel End Arts and Crafts Association Wadham Bowling Club Wadham Lodge Sports Ground, Kitchener Rd

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Mini Lego show in our back garden. See brilliant creations made by local children and adults. Do some building. Eat Lego-themed refreshments. And build your own minifigure.

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Because love is colour blind. Documenting the stories of E17 residents with mixed parentage by celebrating the unique identities they inhabit. Plus #TheVisitors popup photo studio with Nicola Tree. Mon-Sat 8am-6pm, Sun 8am-5pm

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An offbeat reportage look at Walthamstow in pictures taken by local photographer Adrian Callaghan.Exhibited in a local greengrocers,Veg Hut. All part of your 5 a day. Tue-Sun 8am-8pm

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Branching Out: Jacqueline Branson & Co 71 Roberts Road 07508 664341 www.jbransonphotography.co.uk

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New Folk Visionaries is a group show from the Pack of Wolves. Experience storytelling, legend, tradition, the uncanny and obscure in the form of paintings, drawings, puppets, 3D objects and film.

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Home is Where the Art Is

The Bell 617 Forest Rd howl@packofwolves.org www.packofwolves.org

The William Morris Bar 807-811 Forest Rd 07802 734859 sean@seanpines.co.uk

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A tongue-in-cheek photographic imagining of what E17’s most famous environmentalist would be doing today. Come along at the weekend for interactive, childfriendly fun.

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Since moving here in 2000 Sean has developed a great emotional affinity with Walthamstow. Here he presents photographs of his favourite areas. Photography by Sean Pines. Sean Pines is a full time professional portrait, fashion and fine art photographer. Mon-Turs 4pm-11pm, Fri-Sat 12-11pm, Sun 12-10.30pm M 2 9

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London’s first network of Little Free Libraries in Walthamstow. 10 host sites including cafés, pubs, gardens and community spaces. Daylight Hours

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William Morris & polar bears The Bell, 617 Forest Rd www.greenpeace.org.uk/groups/ walthamstow

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Exhibition of exciting creative work including sculpture, painting, drawing, print, CAD, textiles, ceramics by students 16-19 yrs on National Art & Design programmes. Come and view the talent of artists and designers of tomorrow.

The William Morris Bar 807-811 Forest Rd www.facebook.com/ LittleFreeLibraryE17

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Wide range of quirky illustrations and paintings by Sono Scott. 1pm - 4pm

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WFC Student Summer Art Exhibition Waltham Forest College 707 Forest Rd www.waltham.ac.uk

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Dinosaurs and creatures made of new fabrics and recycled clothes. Come, see and cuddle! Drinks and home made cakes for sale. Joint exhibition with stonemason artist Tim Smith.

45 Thorpe Rd 07513 591310 sono.illo@hotmail.com www.onoscottillustration.co.uk

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A cafe turned into a comic strip? The adventures of Cindy & Biscuit, a tough little girl and her loyal canine best friend come bursting to life inside and outside Walthamstow’s best kept secret cafe... Mon-Fri 9am-4.30pm, Sat-Sun 10am-4:30pm

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Return of ‘The Man of Stone’. An exhibition of original stonework by Tim Smith. Stone and tools available to try your skills at stonemasonry in his beautiful garden. Homemade cakes, biscuits and breads for sale baked on Tim’s pizza/bread stones.

Cindy & Biscuit in ‘The Comic Strip Cafe’ Arts & Crusts, 19 Victoria Rd 07882 545829 milkthecat.wordpress.com

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Thoughts and photography from the American South. Sat-Sun 10am-4.30pm, Mon-Fri 9.30am-4.30pm

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Man of Stone 111 Spruce Hills Rd 07774 626486 timsmith111@hotmail.com www.timsmithstonemasonry.com

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High Street Trail runs the length of Walthamstow High Street. Start at one end and enjoy quite literally, an E17 Art Trail kilometre. With local shops, businesses and homes acting as pop-up venues and gallery spaces, there are places to pause and reflect as well as those that present a more immediate ‘hit’ as you pass by. From a one-off artwork commissioned for an end-of-gable-wall to art growing on trees in the Town Square and unique poster-art in the Victoria Line underpass, this is about art as part of daily life, to be glimpsed and enjoyed as the river of London life rushes us all onward.

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Elly’s gallery offers a great variety of work: watercolours, mixed media and collages with objects found at the Thames and in Denmark. 11am-6pm

Elly’s Gallery 59 Lloyd Rd 020 8521 3819 ellylloyd29@yahoo.co.uk

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Based on nature themes found in William Morris textiles, this mosaic was designed & created by local artist Amanda Parker, with12 Yr6 Heritage Youth Ambassadors & is an exciting new addition to the school’s Outdoor Art Gallery. 8am–8pm

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Artefacts of Walthamstow collected, verified and dispensed in vessels to the lucky participant to astonish, amaze and collect.

The Mill 7-11 Coppermill Lane 020 8521 3211 www.themill-coppermill.org

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Robotronical’s Archaeological Dispensorium 60 Buxton Rd

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Sculptural work on the exterior of the building.

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The Mill 7-11 Coppermill Lane info@inky-cuttlefish.co.uk www.themill-coppermill.org

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Draw.Play.Interact: Through urban play you can draw musical patterns or interact with other people in Leytonstone and 2 other locations in Nottingham. You can take photos and scroll to see what your friends and neighbours did or peek in on what others. 24 Hours M 2 9

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Time to Fly children’s art project (4-11yrs) showcases wonderful preparatory pieces in the children’s area. Waltham Forest Arts in Education Network in partnership with Inky Cuttlefish Studios (funded by Health Lives). Tues-Thu 10am-7pm, Fri-Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 11am-2pm M

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Transforming our studio window into a book, or a newspaper, or something to browse. Stand by.

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RAW is a collaboration of Really Amazing Women artists who evoke the instinctive and find visual poetry in emotion and the environment using acrylic, watercolour and gouache.

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Really Amazing Women Ricco’s Coffee Shop 64 High St 07983 510638 shirleywatson49@btinternet.com

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Art Works Harmony Hall 10 Truro Rd 020 3536 0969 sunaakiah@yahoo.co.uk

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Art Works is a community group for people with mental health issues, run by the members for the members. We have a variety of talents and artistic expression in a number of mediums that showcase the talent of local artists. Mon-Fri 9am-9.30pm, Sat 10am-3pm, Sun 10am-5.30pm M 2 9

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We’re a friendly community group in our 30s to 50s (ish) who meet regularly to socialise locally. Come and see/take part in our collaborative map of the area, experience individual members’ art and join us on one of our social strolls!

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A collection of abstract and figurative paintings inspired by water. I believe original art should be affordable, my prices start at £40 framed. Mon-Fri 9am-7pm, Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 10am-4pm

Walthamstow Library, Computer room, High St 07882 203839 www.eliana.parra.carbonmade.com

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Pick yourself a piece of art from the trees at the weekends or come to the stall on Sat 31 May and 7 June, 12-4pm to make your own. By Art Catcher, Waltham Forest Arts Club and Worth Unlimited Sat-Sun 10am-6pm. Creative stall 31May & 7Jun 12 noon-4pm

Mon-Fri 9am-6pm, Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 10am-4pm

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Selbourne Walk and Town Square 07799 411587 katja@artcatcher.co.uk www.artcatcher.co.uk

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Edible Artwork: Poster project designs by Kelmscott School for the Walthamstow Farmers’ Market. Sat 11am-3pm, Sun 10am-2pm

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Marvel at the intricate handcrafted work in the library front window by artist Stacey Williamson of Two for Joy. See more of Stacey’s work at www.twoforjoy.com

Edible Art at the Walthamstow Farmers’ Market Town Square www.lfm.org.uk/markets/walthamstow

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Up in the Clouds: Paper Cuts Window Exhibition Walthamstow Library, High St 020 8496 3000 walthamforest.gov.uk/libraries

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Screening of Lega’say’. Stories and events of 2012. Free, 17 mins. An animated film starring, made and created by individuals, children and families of Walthamstow. Produced by artists Dee Honeybun and Scribble and Smudge. 24 Hours from 9 June. Launch 8 June, check website for details. M 2 9

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I love to make animal sculptures from recycled material usually used as plants pots. My venue is hosted in my little coffee kiosk called Madre Tierra.

There are two houses dominating Markhouse & Leabridge Trail – the domestic and the spiritual – and E17 Art Trail aims to equip you for both. The two churches in the area, St Barnabas and St Saviour’s, act as creative hubs with broad and diverse programmes of cross art-form work that aims to illuminate and inspire. Take your time enjoying the artwork on display but also stop to admire the architectural framework of these two, inspiring local landmarks. Come down to earth and we offer a conversation with an interior designer and two furniture workshops, with a wonderful chance to look at existing collections of artisan made pieces as well commission work from local makers.

Mon-Fri 8am-1pm, Sat 8am-2pm

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A Matisse inspired paper forest installation by Alex Cunningham & Andy Macgregor. Come down and help fill the cafe with lush paper leaves and watch the forest grow. Help is on hand and leaf templates and paper provided.

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15 Day Forest at 56 56 St James St coffee@56stjames.com

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Experience the beauty of London from above. Hand drawn and printed maps of London from ancient to modern including our very own Walthamstow. These drawings are my interpretation of London’s roads, buildings and open spaces. Sat 1.30pm-7pm, Sun 11am-7pm, Fri 10.30am-3pm M 2 9

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‘I believe in angels’, sang Abba in their 1979 No. 2 single I Have A Dream (let’s not dwell on the Westlife cover version). E17 artist & illustrator Emma Scutt invites you to look up at the church ceiling, and maybe you too will believe… Sat-Sun 10am-4pm, Fri 11am-1pm. Sun 8 late night opening until 10pm. M 2 9

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My children have had a profound influence on my understanding of mortality, fear, protection and hope. The works on display deal with these themes. Meet the artists with live music: 8th Jun 7-10pm. Sat-Sun 10am-4pm, Fri 11am-1pm. Sun 8 late night opening until 10pm.

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Royal College of Art tutor Rebecca shows modern vessels designed to encourage an informal use, display and enjoyment of contemporary silverware. Sat-Sun 10am-4pm, Fri 11am-1pm. Sun 8 late night opening until 10pm.

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Fred Boorer was a true original, a self taught artist, jazz fan, bookbinder and man of the left. A life in E17 through witty photo montages.

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Ceramic sculpture, kiln-formed glass and handmade domestic pottery exhibited in my home studio alongside two guest artists. Free tea and cake will be served in the tranquil garden. Come for the art, stay for a cuppa! 11am-6pm

Fred Boorer: Celebration of a Life 43 St Barnabas Rd 07775 784734 elliottmedia.net@gmail.com

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Space unburdened. Coastal images taken over a two year period paired with work from ongoing project celebrating the stripped back geometries found within the A12 corridor. 11am-6pm

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An eclectic collection of artworks by local artists in various media accompanied by music written in Walthamstow 1500–2014. All in the setting of a Grade II listed building designed by a pupil of Pugin.

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Home for Now: Making your Rented Space or First House Beautiful - meet the Walthamstow-based author, Joanna Thornhill, purchase signed copies at a special reduced show price and ask her advice on your burning interiors questions 11am-6pm

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‘Cloud Spotting’ examines experimentation in Emily Bour’s art practice. The domestic setting is used to show a mixture of works both complete and in progress, in a variety of mediums that have been created both at home and in the studio. Sat 11am-3pm, 1st Sun 12pm-4pm, 2nd Sun 2pm-6pm M

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Guayaquil and Squatters Ye Olde Rose and Crown 53 Hoe St yaniresd@gmail.com www.yaniresylva.artweb.com

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Wannabe circus strongmen, voluntary redundancy, loneliness and cats: tales from Tim Reedy’s Chalky Dog Comics.

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Poets’ Corner Inhibited – Poetry Trail. Collective of seven streets comprising of Milton Rd, Tower Hamlets Rd, Browns Rd, Byron Rd, Aubrey Rd and Howard Rd, Richard’s Place E17. Also carnival mask display 1 June 12 noon.

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The Stone Roses, Shane Meadows, DJ Greg Wilson, are just some of the diverse clients Dominic can name check. A small snapshot of design and illustration from a 20 year career. Sponsor Atom Printing.

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Inspired by the patterns of William Morris, a collection of home decor and art prints.

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Playful and thought-provoking ceramic art, drawing inspiration from a mix of World War II memoirs, butterfly collecting and a Swiss psychologist. Refreshments available. 1pm-7pm

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H Locke are showing leaf and tree-inspired drawings, paintings and prints in Valeria’s garden studio. Visitors will be able to do monoprinting with leaves from the garden, if they wish. Materials provided. Sun 10.30-6.30pm, Mon 2pm-6.30pm

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Abstract collages using paint, textiles, stitches, dyes and paper.

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London’s ground breaking artist, Jonathan O’Dea’s new work, ‘Chicken Surprise’ will be shown in a group exhibition titled ‘Zoology’. O’Dea’s new piece of artwork looks at Walthamstow’s love for chicken shops. Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 9.30am-5.30pm.

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Watch out for rampaging octopi, sweater wearing crocodiles and rude pigeons, as E17 Art House Framers and Gallery is taken over by animal art! Screen-prints, graphic art, paintings, installations and more by over 18 East London artists and designers. Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 9.30am-5.30pm. M 2 9

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Over 5 months, area residents have contributed to the creation of this spectacular patchwork of our planet, and the depictions of the women of our world and times: from Wonder Woman to the most modest Muslim.

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A selection of paintings by Genevieve Hatton-Brown. Genevieve’s paintings focus on expression and light and are influenced by her environment. Life in a modern city is a prevalent theme; the light changes and shadows, the parks, streets and the people. Mon-Frid 9am-7pm, Sat 9am-5pm M 2 9

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Christine Kathleen is showing a collection of vibrant acrylic on canvas seascapes/landscapes titled ‘Many Journeys’ inspired by her travels abroad. Christine is an artist & creative educator who lives and works in London. Daylight Hours

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When was the last time that you really looked at the street where you live? Streets17 looks at Walthamstow’s diverse architectural styles in a unique and wonderfully creative way. See how many streets you recognise?

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A glimpse into the life and values of a residential care home produced by the people that live here. Exhibition will be in the car park attached to the entrance of the home. 9am - 5pm

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Cuba is beautiful, surprising and has an amazing history. This photographic exhibition provides just a little taste of Cuba in E17! Tue-Sat 9.30am-6pm, Thu 9.30am-8pm

Republica de Cuba! XL Hair Design 76 St Mary Rd hello@josealyphotography.com www.josealyphotography.com

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The Village Trail Vestry House Museum is the unmissable beating heart of the Village Trail. With its diverse, exciting programme it speaks to what makes the E17 Art Trail so unique – a combination of applied and fine arts with a strong reference to local history. Radiating out from this geographic point, the two main arterial routes of Orford and Beulah Roads and the smaller roads that ladder between them, offer a contemporary perspective on this history. We recommend wandering from exhibition to café and to boutique. Take all day if you can and marvel at how everyone you pass has an Trail Guide in their hands. Information spot: Map number 121

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Nooks, Crannies & Niches – 6 members of Waltham Forest Arts Club invite you to explore The Makers Yard. Wed-Fri 2-8pm, Sat-Sun 11am-7pm

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Our artists welcome visitors to discover and explore our eclectic, secluded studios and workshop. We paint, sculpt, throw, print, fuse and co-create with our environment.

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This is an exhibition of beautiful life drawings created by all the participants of the weekly classes run by Walthamstow Life Drawing. 12pm-6pm

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Vincent Daniels specialises in realistic botanical art inspired by the gardens at Vestry House Museum where he is a volunteer gardener.

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A unique insight into the hidden culture of Islamic home decor and changes in style and design. www.everydaymuslim.org

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Exploring Muslim Heritage Through Islamic Home Decor

Sba Shaikh is an International London-based textile artist, designer. For the last few years she has been showcasing her different interests/passions through her personas. She will be showcasing three lamps which will be representing all her persona’s.

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Original art for just £1? Get in! Featuring ‘Pahhhnd a Bowl’ merchandise, and other stuff from the Walthamstow (unofficial) Tourist Board. (plus guests) Sat 3112-6pm, Sun 1 2pm-6pm, Sat 7 1pm-6pm, Sat 14 1pm-6pm, Sun 15 2pm-5pm.

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Engaging with colour more closely from my previous flower paintings, and more recently from the larger coloured Abstract combinations from recent commissions, has resulted in a greater expression in larger mark making with colour.

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A photographic diptych by Paul Tucker that presented itself quite by chance after a walk in Epping Forest. Mon-Fri 9-6pm, Sat 9-5pm

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Jason Hawkridge ‘Seasons’ Vestry House Museum Vestry Rd www.awkridgegallery.com

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By Chance I Looked The Other Way Estates17, 40 Orford Road 020 8521 5031 www.paultucker.co.uk

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An eclectic selection of paintings, mixed media, and prints by local artist Daniel Martin.

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saddler Mia Sabel of SABEL Saddlery will be popping up at Penny’s. Buy bespoke stationery, get a personalised credit/oyster card case or order a made-to-measure watch strap, belt or pet collar. 10.30am-6pm

Daniel Martin at Lotolie Lotolie 38 Orford Rd d.b.martin.freelance@gmail.com www.folksy.com/shops/LondonCalling

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Product photography for everyone.

Penny Fielding Gallery & Interiors 34 Orford Rd www.sabelsaddlery.com Local leather designer and qualified

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Village flash fiction – ten short stories by local writer Bren Gosling displayed in shop windows in Walthamstow Village. Bren will read at Penny Fielding Interiors on the evening of 5th June. 24 Hours

Fine Photo Lotolie 38 Orford Rd 07507 294421 kdolejsiova@yahoo.co.uk

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Two local artists present their interpretations of everyday life through mono-chromatic line drawings. Over the weekends we will be running life drawing sessions for under 12s.

Penny Fielding Gallery & Interiors 34 Orford Rd www.brengosling.com

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An illuminated exploration of contemporary iconography. Mon-Fri 12pm-10pm, Sat 10am-10pm, Sun 10am-4pm. Closed 3pm-6pm Mon-Sat.

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An exhibition of paintings by Hassan Vawda and the poetry, film and culture that is part of him.

Eat 17 28-30 Orford Rd 07989 988224 jonshore@videogramtv.com

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Hassan Thinks He’s An Artist Penny Fielding Gallery & Interiors 34 Orford Rd www.assanvawda.com

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Original modern art created with love and soul. I use strong vibrant colours, often with an African ‘flavour’.

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Turning Point Waltham Forest is a substance misuse support service which offers help to adults in the local community with concerns about their drug or alcohol use.We are excited to be displaying art from the weekly photography classes. Sat 10am-12.30pm & 6.30pm-9pm, Fri 5.30pm-9pm M 2 9

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Watercolour drawings on the theme of light, balance, and relation. Mon-Fri 11am-5pm, Sat 11-4pm.

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An exhibition showcasing the results of our kids screenprinting workshop. Further workshops will be held during the week.

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Every day you walk past a host of beautiful, quirky and poignant sights. When you see what they are, you’ll be amazed. Photography show in cafe window. 24 Hours

Popstop presents 39 Orford Rd 07505 121266 info@littlemashers.com www.littlemashers.com

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Alongside their unique up cycled customised clothing range, Queenie & Ted will be exhibiting artworks exploring the themes of leisure and possibly not by coincidence, children leaving the family home.

Weird, Wonderful... Walthamstow! Village Bakery, Orford Rd 07985 712843 www.facebook. com/mattsphotostream

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Art Trail so Catboy is having a Retrospective. Expect the usual narrative through drawings, paintings and linocut, but a certain flying monkey, teenager and naughty cat will be making their Art Trail debut.

Wingfield and Randolph Roads www.facebook.com/ WingdolphRoadsArtTrailProject

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Raewyn Harrison Ceramics 63 Orford Rd 07922 004135 www.raewynharrison.com

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A multimedia celebration in our two roads of how Shakespeareís words inhabit the English language. Live arts events on Saturdays too - for more details LIKE our Facebook page. Happy 450th Birthday, Bill!

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Each path begins with a first step; work begins in your hands. The tradition of mothers and grandmothers should not disappear, we have to continue to use crochet, especially because hand made things are very valued at this present time. 2pm-6pm

Catboy’s Travelling Circus Janice Tildsley Associates 47 Orford Rd www.catboy.co.uk It’s the 10th anniversary of the

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Exhibition in shop window. Shop open on weekends and on request. Artist on site Sunday 15th June.

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Paintings and drawings of people travelling on the Victoria line. www.etsy.com/uk/people/hayleyholliday

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Donna Loiola - Contemporary Abstract Artist/Mixed Media Artist. Layers of colour, texture and light create an array of moods and landscapes for the viewer to experience. Come and explore Donna’s ‘Inscapes’! Sat 11am-5pm, Sun 11am-4pm

Inscapes. Abstract Artwork by Donna Loiola 6 Leopold Road 07906 889074 www.donnaloiolart.com

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Sculpture of a lamp post inspired by anger at seeing Tower Hamlets local authority lamp-post graphics claiming that crime figures are falling. Unreported invites the viewer to anonymously report a previously unreported crime. 24 Hour

Strangers on a Train by Hayley Holliday Deli Cafe, 69 Orford Rd 07956 113868 hayleyholliday7@gmail.com

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66 Grosvenor Park Rd adam@unreportedcrime.co.uk www.unreportedcrime.co.uk

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Exhibition of ceramics by Lily Oriental and wire & bead jewellery by Lan’s Jewels. Drop-in beginner jewellery making and Shamballa bracelet workshops (£10/person/ session) are available throughout both days.

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Dr Knit invites you to his extraordinary knitting laboratory to meet the wonderful, expressive creatures he has created with just wool and needles. Sun 8 12-4pm and Sun 15 12-4pm

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Ceramics & Jewellery 20 Pembroke Rd lhlc1966@yahoo.co.uk

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Home is where one starts from… a series of mixed media works exploring some of the themes in TS Eliot’s Four Quartets. Also ceramics, thrown stoneware and earthenware the latter made at Waltham Forest College where I am Ceramic Artist in Residence. 12pm-6pm M 2 9

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Drawings and paintings in watercolour, working from observation of flowers, natural forms, still life objects and portraits.

Dr.Knit and the Knitting Laboratory 106 Beulah Rd 07527 403704 info@drknit.comdrknit.com

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A nostalgic look at material transience, reminiscence, reuse and the consumer.

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Join us for an exhibition of animal portraits and more. Come and see what we have in store. You’re late, you’re late, you’re late for a very important date…

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Burma, a fascinating country with amazing ancient sights, vibrant Buddhist society, colourful ethnic tribes & old colonial buildings. These images show what is left of traditional Burma, a pre-industrial nation on the cusp of great change. Mon-Wed 5pm-11pm, Thu 5pm-11.30pm, Fri 5pm-12am, Sat 12pm-12am, Sun 12pm-10.30pm M

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Art and photography. A personal view, unusual images aiming to amuse, entertain and hopefully inform. Mon-Thu 12pm-11pm, Fri-Sat 12.30pm-2.30am, Sun 12pm-10.30pm

Car Boot Hunting Cashman and Blackduke 83 Grove Rd 07759 057549 www.stephenbrockerton.co.uk

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The travelling zoological museum arrives in Walthamstow. The wonders of the natural world are presented along with records of the museum’s previous incarnations.

The Castle Pub 15 Grosvenor Rise East 07944 414771 llebimail@gmail.com

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Encyclopedic Taxonomy

Saskia Huning – Painter

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This exhibition will include photographic, fine art and design work from father and daughter, Keith and Lucy Ellwood. The work will cover themes such as architecture, music and portraiture.

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Tree sculptures created from reclaimed domestic copper pipes. The structures represent a changing world and contain a contradiction, creating the Perturbation. Exhibition is held at FRP’s reclaimed paint shop.

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Indoors Outdoors Sculptures created by children from Reception to year 2 with help from their teachers and a local artist. We have created objects from indoors, outdoors!

Perturbation at FRP by Gemma Seddon Forest Recycling Project 2c Bakers Ave www.frponline.org.uk

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An exhibition of small mixed works by the local community in and outside the Hornbeam Centre. Exhibition Opening: Saturday 31st May, 8-11pm Small plates, small habits, cocktails, tapas and art. Mon-Fri 11am-4pm, Sat 10.30am-5pm

Indoors Outdoors Henry Maynard Primary School Maynard Rd www.henrymaynardprimary.co.uk

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The Art of Crochet! Vintage inspired hats, bikinis and bags designed & made by Alessandra Rigillo. Fashion Show: Saturday 14th of June at 6pm. Drop-In Crochet classes every Sunday 10am to 12pm free.

Small Habits at the Hornbeam 458 Hoe Street 020 8558 6880 www.hornbeam.org.uk

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Inspired by the art of crafting,vintage frocks have been given a bold and exciting makeover by the ‘Beulah Belles’ Margie and Morag. Live ‘catwalk’ drinks and nibbles on Saturdays evenings.

Between Ingurgitate and Inhale Pictorem Gallery 383 Hoe St www.artsclub.org.uk

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A rare chance to see with your own eyes the weird and wonderful collections of the Amazing Illustrator Boy. Alive. Tue-Sat 9am-5.30pm. Private View 31 May 6.30pm-8.30pm.

Wed-Fri 1pm-6pm, Sat-Sun 1am-6pm. Sat 31 till 9pm

Craft to Catwalk Fox and Bear Vintage 52-54 Beulah Rd www.foxandbearvintage.com alessandra.rigillo@facebook.com

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Sculptures created by children from years 3 to 6 with help from their teachers and a local artist. We have created an indoor living space, outdoors!

Pictorem Gallery 383 Hoe St www.adamgraff.com

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Miniature wood engravings based on the theme of Zodiac. Tue-Sat 9am-5.30pm. Private View 31 May 6.30pm-8.30pm.

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Inhabitants of the Universe Pictorem Gallery, 383 Hoe St 07724 038361 veronicaaddy@yahoo.co.uk

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Walthamstow magic – forest, birds, butterflies, dragonflies painted in different media at Hollow Ponds and Walthamstow Reservoirs by local artist, Alison Brown.

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Tue-Sat 9am-5.30pm. Private View 31 May 6.30pm-8.30pm.

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Geoff Haines is a local amateur painter who works mainly with oil paint on collage. Tue-Sat 9am-5.30pm. Private View 31 May 6.30pm-8.30pm.

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An exhibition of ceramics and paintings by local mother of 4; Judi Leddy. It all started with an evening class. See the journey so far and children, bring your parents and make a tile. Tea and cakes sold in aid of Marie Curie.

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Screen prints and pen and ink drawings capture a collection of eclectic characters and eccentric rascals in an exhibition which will delight both adults and children alike. Prints and cakes available to buy.

59 Wood St 020 8520 7604 info@imagesinframes.com www.imagesinframes.com

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Urban art by JJ Adams, ‘the UK’s most up and coming artist’. Mon-Fri 9:30am-5:30pm, Sat 9am-5pm

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Beyond Hollow Pond 48 Barrett Rd www.hollowpond.com

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Print, paint, photography, pen and ink, mixed media and ceramics – from Some Easons and a Bergman. A group show with new work for all ages and lovers of storytelling, suspense, adventure and romance. 11am-5pm

Kerry Darlington Images in Frames 59 Wood St 020 8520 7604 www.imagesinframes.com

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A rare chance to see the works of Pat Bloor - Artist/Weaver 1956-2003, last exhibited almost 10 years ago at the William Morris Gallery. This exhibition incorporates work spanning a quarter of a century and reflects the diversity of her creative output.

Some Easons and a Bergman 29a Upper Walthamstow Rd phoebe@phoebeeason.com www.phoebeeason.bigcartel.com

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Found objects are transformed by re-working their surfaces. A sculpture may be made in minutes or laboured over for months. 12pm-6pm

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Pat Bloor Tapestries Images in Frames 59 Wood St 020 8520 7604

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Josh Berry: Sculptures M 2 9

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Images of intimate scenes in and around the home.

15 Upper Walthamstow Rd joshberryart@gmail.com

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Intellectual rigour and aesthetic delight to please eye, heart and mind. A happy state of flux animates each piece and engages the viewer with gorgeous colour, mesmeric line and seductive ambiguity. By writer Nigel Pollitt. 12pm-6pm

At Ease Y-Wait, Unit 2-5 Wood Street Indoor Market, 98-100 Wood St www.blaqjacq.wix.com/ jacqueline-mcfarlane

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Artists and married couple Angie Hicks & Sean Parfitt exhibit works that explore collaboration as both a creative and destructive process.

Sharon Drew: New Paintings 15 Upper Walthamstow Rd 07986 772178 www.sharondrew.com

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Angie Hicks & Sean Parfitt Mothers Hub, 133 Wood St 07957 114994 www.mothershub.co.uk

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Recent photographic work and small scale objects are constructed in ways that challenge the viewer’s perception. 12pm-6pm

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Be enchanted by this community inspired tree of life created by all the children from Barclay Primary School.

The Physical and the Visible: Recent work by Mark Sowden 15 Upper Walthamstow Rd marksowden3@hotmail.com

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My Reflections – Sarah’s views on the natural world which surrounds us. Mon-Fri 10.30am-4pm, Sat 10.30am-12pm

Tue-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 10am-5pm

Treehouse in the Sky Significant Seams 131 Wood St

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Peterhouse Community Centre 122 Forest Rise 07941 162076 www.myreflections.org.uk

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A few paintings of flowers for family, for identity, for history, for philosophy, for biology for…

Sometimes things just stretch over the edge of our E17 Art Trail map… but are too good to miss out on just for the sake a few boundary lines. So this year, welcome to out Off The Map Trail where you can venture into an online community, take an audio tour and explore the Marshes. Be adventurous and go forth.

10am-7pm

Flowers by Hassan Vawda 154 Greenway Ave hassanvawda@hotmail.co.uk www.hassanvawda.com

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A Pennsylvanian journey featuring photographs by Paula Smith of the industrial and agricultural heartland of this great American state. From steel workers to pretzel makers and inner city to rural farms…

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‘The Mouse That Inhabits My House’. The mystery of objects going missing from the house is solved when Goygoy, a six year old boy, tracks down a friendly mouse. Online

Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 11am-5pm

Photographs | From Pittsburg to the Poconos 85 Forest Rise info@paulasmith.co.uk www.paulasmith.co.uk

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‘The Mouse That Inhabits My House’ Online 07904 226281 www.aliciadean-artworks.co.uk

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A Conversation in Portraits Online www.eliyahsenroy.com

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Do You Really Know Where You Are? Audio tour info@corinneprice.com www.corinneprice.com

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What Creatures Inhabit Walthamstow Marsh? www.facebook.com/ MuralOnTheMarsh

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An online exhibition/event exploring the various mediums in art, and the many unique techniques of making portraits. From famous celebrities and volunteers who will forward photos of themselves. If interested please email me a photo to work from for free. Online M

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Audio guided tour starts at Epping Forest Public Space. Artist Corinne Price takes you on a mind-bending journey back and forth through time and across continents, bringing together current and historical issues until you are left disconcerted and confounded. 24 Hours M 2 9

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Come discover the creatures that inhabit Walthamstow marsh in this series of street art commissions which celebrate the wildlife in our back garden. Meet at Walthamstow marsh carpark, follow path all the way to railtrack intersection towards the horse riding school. Daylight Hours M T W 2 9

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QUALITY PICTURE FRAMING & ART GALLERY Ready made frames & ornate mirrors, extensive selection of fine art, prints & paintings on display

Kerry Darlington

Edward Waite

ÂŁ150 framing voucher All you have to do is email us on e17arttrail@ imagesinframes.com

or pop in the galley. (conditions apply).

JJ Adams

59 Wood Street, Walthamstow, London E17 3JX mail: elton@imagesinframes.com tel: 020 8520 7604 www.imagesinframes.com


Fine Art Printing Giclee printing service for artists & photographers. Large range of papers including Hahnem端hle East End prices on single images and short A4 - A0+ print runs A

www.electrosetstudio.com


Waltham Forest Adult Learning Service We are committed to engaging local people in getting the skills and qualifications for employment, family and life.

Courses for all We will help you find a course that is right for you, courses include: • Arts, crafts, floristry and gardening • Beauty, hairdressing and complementary therapies • British Sign Language, deaf studies and community interpreting • Business, finance, administration, computers, and customer service • Care, childcare, health, youth work and teaching assistants

• Fashion, furnishings, fabrics and interior design • First aid, health and safety, food safety and food hygiene • Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS)

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on all bookings made when fees are paid in full by 3pm Saturday 30 August 2014. Discount applies to all courses starting after 01.09.2014

Book now by calling or visiting: Queens Road Learning Centre 97 Queens Road, Walthamstow E17 8QR Tel: 020 8496 2974 adult.learning@walthamforest.gov.uk

www.walthamforest.gov.uk/adult-learning


barbican.org.uk

Beyond Barbican Join us this summer for a series of pop-up events and collaborations across east London, in partnership with Create London 12–20 Jul, Ram Place (off Morning Lane), London E9

Fri 25 Jul, Walthamstow Assembly Hall

Ram Place Hitchcock’s Fashion Market Blackmail Sat 19 Jul, Gillett Square, London N16

Dance Nations Dalston

with Forest Philharmonic conducted by Timothy Brock 26 & 27 Jul, Lloyd Park, London E17

Walthamstow Garden Party

The City of London Corporation is the founder and principal funder of the Barbican Centre


E17 Art Trail Guide 2014