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Trail Guide 3-18 JUNE

SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING ART MATHEMATICS

16 DAYS 7000 EXHIBITORS 180 VENUES


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WelCoMe To a WalThaMsToW PhenoMenon The E17 Art Trail 2017 Funder

E17 Art Trail Laura Kerry, Project Manager MoragMcGuire,Participation andAudienceDevelopment Hannah Ford, Project Assistant info@e17arttrail.co.uk www.e17arttrail.co.uk

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Thank you An enormous thank you to all the artists, participants, festival partners and audience who support and enable our talented community. An incredible 7,000 people are making work and performing in the E17 Art Trail. An astounding 2,500 people are volunteering their time to organise and host all 300 invitations in this year’s programme. We could never have imagined this level of participation when we began 12 years ago. We wish you every success in your individual and collective creative ambitions for 2017.

Messages from our funder Waltham Forest Council is delighted to be supporting the E17 Art Trail again in 2017. The E17 Art Trail is recognised in the borough and beyond as making a significant contribution to local arts and culture, and improving the quality of lives of Waltham Forest residents. It showcases and celebrates the amazing talent, creativity, diversity, ambition, and hospitality of so many of our residents, creating a sense of pride for local people and attracting new visitors to the borough. In the spirit of William Morris, the E17 Art Trail is all about creative participation for residents, which reflects Waltham Forest’s aspirations for ‘Art for All’.

www.walthamforest.gov.uk

Supporters Funder Waltham Forest Council Partners Sir George Monoux College Queen Mary University of London Gold Sponsors Funny Peculiar Good Egg Social Map it Consulting Silver Sponsors One Creative Services Perky Blenders Stow Brothers Urban IQ Bronze Sponsors E17 Art House Images in Frames Stella Creasy Stow Inspired The Mall XL Hair Design Yard Sale Pizza

In memory of Helen Alveranga There are some artists who have supported the E17 Art Trail since its inaugural year in 2005. As we go to print we’ve learned that painter Helen Alveranga has passed away. Helen’s hyperreal representations of the natural world have captivated us year on year and have gained recognition with awards including SAA Best Professional Artist of the Year 2016. Her family are determined to share her work on the art trail again this year. Please check our website for details. We will always remember Helen’s talent and generous welcome. Our thoughts are with her family and friends. 2

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www.e17arthouse.com www.imagesinframes.com www.workingforwalthamstow.org.uk www.stowinspired.co.uk www.themall.co.uk www.xlhairdesign.co.uk www.yardsalepizza.com

Festival Venue Partners Brioche Burger, Buhler and Co., Debbie Bliss Home, E17 Art House, East of Eden, East&Co, Froth & Rind, Hucks Cafe, Images in Frames, Incoming Coffee, Lot One Ten Antiques, Mirth, Marvel and Maud, Mother’s Ruin Gin Palace, No70HoeSt, Orford Saloon Tapas Restaurant, Perky Blenders, Petals in Bloom, Pictorem Gallery, Queen’s Arms, Ricco’s Cafe, Second Nature Wholefoods, Sodo Pizza, Stow Brothers, The Castle Pub, The Italian Delicatessen of Walthamstow, The Mall Walthamstow, The Old Station Yard Cafe, The Victoria, Today Bread, Wakefields, Walthamstow Osteopathy & Natural Health Centre, Walthamstow Cycles, Wild Card Brewery, XL Hair Design, Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre Pub Special thanks to Adriana Marques, Anna Alcock, Anna Mason, Bridget Wilkinson, Bronwyn Goodwyn, Carole Davies, Carolyn Abbott, Claire Whitney, Danny Coope, Deirdre Nelson, Dr Peter Grimley, Emma McGovern, Gnome House, Hannah Ford, Helen Cooper, Jennie Caminada, Jo Sealy, John Devolle, John Norman, Julia Spicer, Katherine Green, Liz Fenton, Lorraine Cox, Mally Yina, Mark Burton, Mike Webber, Miriam O’Keefe, Norman Saggers, Orlando Capitanio, Paul Lindt, Pedro Passinhas, Raewyn Harrison, Rosalind Fowler, Sarah Hart, Simon Warren, Sophy Harper, Tasha Marks, Teresa Elwes, Vestry House Museum, Zarah Hussain, and all of the volunteers that make the festival possible! www.e17arttrail.co.uk


WelCoMe To a WalThaMsToW PhenoMenon Over7,000artists,residentsandworkplacesinWalthamstow areinvitingyoutoenjoyeveryelementoftheE17ArtTrail2017. InfusedwithourSTEAMtheme,painters,sculptors,poets,choirs,photographers, designers,ceramicists,anddancerswelcomeyoutoenjoyexhibitions, performancesandworkshopsinthestudiosandstreets,parksandpubs,cafes andshoppingcentres,faithspacesandcommunityplaces.STEAMistheacronym acknowledgingtheinfluenceofcreativedisciplinesinSTEMsubjects:Science, Technology,Engineering,ArtandMaths.

“I was indulging my own interests in choosing the STEAM theme thisyear,butwasdelightedtofindthatitresonateswithsomany peoplewhohaveenjoyedrespondingtoit.” LauraKerry,CreativeDirector,E17ArtTrail. AcrossWalthamstow,artists,makersandneighbourshavebeenconducting theirownexperiments,testsandresearchastheypreparetheirexhibitsand events.Localresidentsareapplyingtheircreativityinexploringphenomenons inzoology,physics,chemistry,ecology,geometry,analoganddigitaltechnology. Whilstdebatesragenationallyaboutthevalueofinvestinginthecreativeartsin education,23localschools,collegesandnurserieshavedeterminedlyfoundtime andresourcestosharetheincrediblecreativeworkoftheiryoungartistsinthe festival.OurSTEAMthemehasprovedafertileopportunityforArtillerytobegin tofosterlinkswithresearchersinnearbyuniversities,newrelationshipsthatwe hopemayinformfuturecollaborationsinourneighbourhood. ParticipationintheE17ArtTrailhasgrowntotrulyepicproportionswhilstthe festivalcontinuestooperateonamodestbudgetcombiningfundsgratefully receivedfromourlocalauthority,localsponsorsandregistrationfees.Aswe gotoprint,wecalculate1in15localresidentsarecreativelycontributingto theprogramme,andweexpectthistorise!Sowearehugelygratefultothe incrediblytalentedlocalvolunteerswhohavesharedtheirtime,energyand specialistskillstohelpmakesurethatthisphenomenalprogrammeisenjoyed fullybyvisitors.Fordigitalnavigation,tryStoryMap;oraugmentyourexhibition visitswithonlinefootageofE17ArtTrailartistsatworkviaourYouTubechannel, connecttobothviawww.e17arttrail.co.uk.Thisphenomenoncanonlybe experiencedfor16days,don’tmissit!Maketimetoenjoythewarmwelcomeof artistsandmakersacrossourtown. STEAM into Walthamstow and enjoy the trail!

Laura,Morag,Hannah,E17ArtTrailvolunteersandartists. Artillery’s team for the E17 Art Trail

ArtilleryisanartsdevelopmentorganisationbasedinWalthamstow,NorthEastLondon,establishedbythe creativeteambehindtheE17ArtTrail.Artilleryaimstocreatelastingsharedmemoriesamongneighbours resultingfromouropeninvitationstocreateneighbourhoodeventsandprojectstogether.Weapplyartistic practisetomobilisethetalentsandenthusiasmofartists,residents,businessesandcommunitiestocollectively contributetoourcreativeprogrammes.Artisticandcreativepractiseisourtoolformakingconnectionslocally andstrengtheningcommunities. Laura Kerry, Director Morag McGuire, Director Wendy MacMillan, Director Artillery,TheMill,7-11CoppermillLane,LondonE177HAinfo@artillery.org.ukwww.artillery.org.uk Family event

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Contents Preview Night: Thursday 1 June 

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Information Spots 

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Walking Tours 

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Cycling Tours 

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The E17 Art Trail Online 

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Disability Access 

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Getting to the E17 Art Trail 

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Cover Artist Profile: Helen Maurer 

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1000 Swifts over Walthamstow 

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Bird Box Avenue 

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Carmel King’s Local Makers project 

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Listings Section Calendar 

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Exhibition Trail 

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Art Trail Map 

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Venue No.

Trail Off The Map (OTM) 

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Blackhorse and Higham Hill Trail 

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William Morris Trail 

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High Street Trail 

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Markhouse and Lea Bridge Trail 

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Hoe Street Trail 

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110-151

Village Trail 

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Wood Street and Chapel End Trail 

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Furniture maker Gavin Coyle (venue 79) photographed by Carmel King as part of her “Where I work” series showing on the BBC Live Screen, Walthamstow Town Square (venue 50) throughout the Art Trail. Read about Carmel and the project on page 8.

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 all original images. 4

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PrevieW niGhT Thursday 1 June Togiveyouaheadstartanamazing36exhibitionsopenearlyforaspecialpreviewnightand partiesbreakoutalloverWalthamstow.Don’twaittobeinvited,comeanyway! PleaseseethewebsitetodownloadyourguideandmaptothelegendaryE17ArtTrailPreviews.

www.e17arttrail.co.uk/previews

GeTTinG around

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105 Exhibition Venue

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105 Calendar Venue

OldStationYardCafe.Seecalendarsectionformoredetails. Placeslimited,pleasebook.

Information Spots Throughoutthefestivalvisitoneoftheseseveninformationspotsas yourstartpoint.EachiswellstockedwithcopiesoftheTrailGuide, youcanenjoytheexhibitionandpickupartistsowneventflyersfor thingshappeninginthislocality.Venueopeninghoursare advertisedintheexhibitionlistings.

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Gnome House

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Freeandopentoall,ourE17ArtTrailWalkingToursareasocialand relaxedwaytovisitahostofarttrailexhibitions.

152 Sunday18June:Art&BotanicsTour,meet12.45pmoutside

105 Exhibition and Calendar Venue

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Saturday3June:E17ArtTrailWalkingTour,meet12.45pm outsideWalthamstowLibrary.

Central Parade

The Mill

138 Froth & Rind

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The Winns Gallery

152 Old Station Yard Cafe

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Pictorem Gallery

Online www.e17arttrail.co.uk Ourwebsiteallowsyoutoviewalltheexhibitionsandeventsviaan interactiveStoryMap.Findallthelatestupdateshereandsignupfor ournewsletters. Twitter: @e17arttrail (Joinintheconversationwithhashtag#e17arttrail) Facebook:www.facebook.com/E17ArtTrail

Cycling Tours

Instagram: E17ArtTrail

Disability Access ThevenuesthatmakeuptheE17ArtTrailarearangeofpublic, commercialandprivatespaces.InthisTrailGuidevenueswith levelaccessareshown.Moredetailedaccessinformationhasbeen providedbyeachvenueandcanbefoundonourwebsite.

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Saturday3June:start2pmoutsideWilliamMorrisGallery

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Sunday4June:start10.15amoutsideWalthamstowLibrary

Getting to the E17 Art Trail

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Sunday11June:start1pmoutsideStMary’sChurch

By underground:VictoriaLinetoBlackhorseRoadand Walthamstow Central

ArguablythebestwaytogetaroundtheE17ArtTrailisontwo wheels.WalthamForestCyclingCampaignhaveledtheE17ArtTrail cyclingtoursfor6yearsandknowallthebestroutesandhidden gemstomakethemostofyourtimeonthearttrail.Takenata relaxedpaceandsuitableforallthefamily.

By train:LiverpoolStreettoChingfordservicestopsatStJames Street,WalthamstowCentralandWoodStreet.GospelOakto BarkingservicestopsatBlackhorseRoadandWalthamstowQueens Road. Buses: BusesforWalthamstowCentral:20,34,48,58,69,97,212,215, 230,257,275,357,W11,W12,W15,W18,W19. Nightbuses:N26,N38,N73 BusesforBlackhorseRoad:123,158,230 BusesforBakersArms:48,55,56,W16 Pleasecheckforservicedisruptions.

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Cover Artist Profile: Helen Maurer I’ve had a studio in Blackhorse Lane for 6 years. There are around 28 artists in our building and we are opening our studios as part of the E17 Art Trail on the weekend of 16-18 June (venue 4). When I’m not in the studio, I spend quite a lot of time in the Salvation Army on Forest Road! I collect a lot of things from charity shops such as glassware, furniture and other objects to include in installations. I love not knowing what I’ll find there. My ideas develop through experimenting, by projecting light through glass to see what happens. I often use projectors to try and get something large-scale from the smallest source, and movement and sound to create a more immersive experience. The work featured on the cover forms part of a garden of glass and light, originally created for a 12th century church in York. It’s always interesting to make something for an unusual location, as the architecture and the history of the space inspires the idea and takes the work in a new direction. In the church, for example, there was a small garden painted on a fragment of glass, high up within the medieval windows. Someone restoring the window must have painted it. I liked the idea of creating my own secret garden so I worked on a series of light installations that could be ‘planted’ within the space, and this was later re-configured within a gallery space. Much of the foliage was collected while walking my son to school in Lloyd Park.

Helen Maurer was born in Portsmouth then studied Fine Art and Theatre at Brighton University, before completing an MA in Glass at The Royal College of Art. She has exhibited internationally and collaborated on a number of joint projects with other artists, choreographers and musicians. She lives and works in London and is represented by Danielle Arnaud contemporary Art.

The photographs of installations of the blue room (main image) and the book projection (right hand column) both at Danielle Arnaud Contemporary Art © Oskar Proctor. The photograph of the glass shelf © Sebastian Sharples. All images courtesy of Danielle Arnaud Contemporary Art.

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1000 sWifTs over WalThaMsToW @1000Swiftsanticipatesthe openingofWalthamstow Wetlands,thelargesturban wetlandinEurope. SwiftsareemblematicofWalthamstow andtheWetlands.Theyswoop,wheel anddartthroughoursummerskies enjoyingairbornefeastsofflying insectsandspiders.@1000Swiftsis aninitiativebylocalartistscelebrating thesignificanceoftheWalthamstow Wetlandsinourheritage,oururban ecologyandaspartofournaturaland culturalcommons.

Join the flock! #1000swifts

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Tomakesureourdiverse,creativecommunityisatthecentreofthe WalthamstowWetlandsdevelopmentthe@1000Swiftsartistsarecalling oneveryonetomakeaSwiftoftheirown. How to be part of the flock:

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Registeronline:www.1000swifts.eventbrite.co.uk



Registrationdeadline:Wednesday10thMay Collectyourflockstickersfromthese1000Swiftsdistributionpoints: 13

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Showyou’repartof1000Swiftsbydisplayingyourswiftstickerandarrowin thedirectionofWalthamstowWetlands.

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MakeabeautifuluniqueSwiftoutofanyrecyclableorsustainablematerial.

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DisplayyourswiftinWalthamstowbySaturday3rdJune:outsideyour home,school,workplace,communitycentreorinawindow.



NeedastreetfacingwindowinWalthamstowtodisplayyourSwift?Contact 1000Swifts@gmail.comforsuggestions.

Step 4

Usethe1000Swiftsmaptohelpyoufindother1000Swiftartworks ‘nesting’inWalthamstow.IfyourecordfindingthemostSwiftsyoucould winaprize.

Enter competition at the distribution points above. Competition closes at 18th June. Winners announced by 30th June.

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Where I Work Where I Work is a celebration of Walthamstow’s creative community. Carmel King has been documenting artists and designers working within the borough for the past year and is working towards making a book of the series. As well as focusing on the breadth of products being made locally, the series examines the work space and how an artist’s studio or workshop determines the scale of the work created. As property and rents rise, artists have to move and adapt to the spaces available, or build a space at home. The E17 Art Trail provides a rare insight into these creative studios and artistic practises. The Art Trail highlights the variety of work spaces within the borough, from shared studios to garden sheds. A series of photographs will be shown alongside interviews by Rebecca Coffee, on the BBC Live Screen, Walthamstow Town Square throughout the Art Trail.

For more details visit www.carmelking.com @carmelkingphoto Rebecca Coffee publishes local blog Stowed Away @Stowed_Away

Ceramicist Raewyn Harrison (venue 33) photographed by Carmel King.

Sharon Drew, see page 34.

Charlotte Wainwright, see page 30.

Coming Soon from Artillery Bird Box Avenue Chobham Manor, E20 1GU August 26th – September 10th Discover Stratford’s newest development, Bird Box Avenue nestling in residential streets next to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Lea Valley VeloPark. Renovated, refurbished and re-imagined in Artillery’s neighbourhood workshops in July and August, these unique miniature properties open for viewings in daylight hours from August 26th to September 10th. Join sculptor Michelle Reader in building a Giant Bird Nest at the exhibition launch on Saturday August 26th.

Visit www.artillery.org.uk to download full property details in our exhibition catalogue. Interested in becoming a Bird Box Avenue architect and designer? Contact morag@artillery.org.uk to find out how to contribute your design to this urban collection, all properties to be completed and delivered to Artillery by August 11th. Bird Box Avenue for Chobham Manor is part of the Our Living Art programme commissioned by London Legacy Development Corporation in partnership with L&Q. 8

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020 8503 6060

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Lettings

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141 Hoe Street, Walthamstow, London E17 3AL

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MAKE A SILVER RING

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Made by Ore, 30A Borwick Avenue, Unit 2 11am-1.30pm & 2pm-4.30pm You will learn traditional silversmithing techniques such as soldering silver and hammering texture or letters to personalise your ring. At the end of the 21/2 hour workshop you will leave with a silver ring. Cost £35. Book in advance.

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07980 213443

FRIDAY 19 MAY

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ART TRAIL SOCIAL AND

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ICING ROOM: SUBLIMATE Pulse Studios, Unit K, Blackhorse Mews 12pm-11pm

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The icing room take over Pulse - expect multi-sensory and collaborative encounters, with echoes of a secret society. The collective maintain their work in progress ethos. (Check Facebook for specific details.)

Wild Card Brewery, Unit 7, Ravenswood Industrial Estate 8pm-12am Dolores Rocket will be playing an exclusively STEAM-inspired set. Expect everything from Green Onions to TCV 15 from White Whisper to Pablo Picasso. Visuals by Innoversions. 020 8935 5560

07709 313180 www.doloresrocket.com

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www.isobelatacus.com/icing-room

E17 ART TRAIL WALKING TOUR Outside Walthamstow Library, High Street 12.45pm-4pm

Open to all. A social and relaxed way to visit a host of E17 Art Trail exhibitions accompanied by local artists. Departing at 1pm we aim to visit 10 venues.

PROCESS: PAPER

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info@e17arttrail.co.uk

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MAKING The Lodge, Walthamstow School For Girls, Church Hill

HEATHER’S HOUSE OF

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9.30am-12pm Drop in to create your own paper and print. Explore and experiment with printmaking possibilities to create your own print to take away. 020 8509 9446

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Mirth, Marvel & Maud, 186 Hoe Street Show times at 2pm & 4pm www.wsfg.waltham.sch.uk

MARBLING & SHAPE BUILDING WITH PLYCONIC cafe @ Gnome House, 7 Blackhorse Lane

07946 323254

10am-1pm Come and try this easy marbling, free workshop for kids. Hosted by local furniture maker Plyconic. Make your own piece of marbling art to take home. We will also have PlyShapes for kids to build mini sculptures with. info@plyconic.com

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CYCLING TOUR Outside William Morris Gallery, Forest Road

Our official cycle tour leaders, Waltham Forest Cycling Campaign, choose the best routes to make the most of discovering what’s on the trail on the opening day. www.wfcycling.wordpress.com

SUNDAY 4 JUNE

Fatimah Elizabeth Cates Academy, Frederick Bremer School, Siddely Road 10am-1pm

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A wonderful opportunity for people of all ages to experiment with Islamic calligraphy on the 3rd and geometric design on the 17th of June. Drop-in sessions organised with WF Stand Up to Racism.

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Heathershouseofstories

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ISLAMIC CALLIGRAPHY & DESIGN WORKSHOPS

07921 847875

Join the fun with Heather and step inside a unique Walthamstow story. “Interactive, captivating and magical - a super performance” - Art Trail 2015. For 3 - 8 years. Tickets £6 - book now at www.mirthmarvelandmaud.com

MARBLING & SHAPE BUILDING WITH PLYCONIC cafe @ Gnome House, 7 Blackhorse Lane 10am-1pm

Come and try this easy marbling, free workshop for kids. Hosted by local furniture maker Plyconic. Make your own piece of marbling art to take home. We will also have PlyShapes for kids to build mini sculptures with. www.fatimahelizabethcates.co.uk

info@plyconic.com

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CYCLING TOUR

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Outside Walthamstow Library, High Street 10.15am

Gnome House, 7 Blackhorse Lane

Join this tour for the morning or the whole day and revel in making creative discoveries in homes, cafes and parks. Waltham Forest Cycling Campaign will schedule pit stops, bring snacks/lunch/ refreshments. www.wfcycling.wordpress.com

WALTHAMSTOW

117 INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL Vestry House Museum Community Room, Vestry Road

TELLING TALES TO LET Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre, 53 Hoe Street

Made by Ore, 30A Borwick Avenue, Unit 2 11am-1.30pm

3pm-4.30pm

You will learn traditional silversmithing techniques such as soldering silver and hammering texture or letters to personalise your ring. At the end of the 21/2 hour workshop you will leave with a silver ring. Cost £35. Book in advance. 07980 213443

www.madebyore.com

SPEAK MACHINE:

66 DROP-IN ANIMATION WORKSHOP Walthamstow Pumphouse Museum, 10 South Access Road

TREASURING OUR TWITTERNS Vestry House Museum, Vestry Road 3pm-4pm

Make animated films to illustrate the poem Speak Machine - a community STEM poem sampled by Forest Poets. Create & move props inspired by technology, transport & industrial heritage at the Pumphouse Museum. Screened on 18 June.

The footpaths of Waltham Forest fascinate and intrigue, but they are under threat. A walk exploring local footpaths to accompany the exhibition, meeting outside the Vestry House Museum. abigail.woodman@btinternet.com

www.paultucker.co.uk

WFCH’S CREATIVE

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COMMUNITY DRUM

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Waltham Forest Community Hub, 18a Orford Road 3pm-6pm

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Local artists of all ages will be showcasing and exhibiting their art work. Taster workshops for making and creating things will also be on offer. Family-friendly community event with live music and refreshments. Exhibition also on exterior of building 3-5 June. 020 8223 0707

Town Square Entrance, The Mall, 45 Selborne Walk 2pm-4pm Let off steam with DrumaSphere. Drumming together is fun. No previous experience necessary. Come and take part in this facilitated community drum circle.

BACKSTORY Ensemble present E17 writer Bren Gosling’s award-winning funny, sad and poignant flash stories, performed by Peter Kenny, Jean Woollard, musician and jazz singer Alice Mary J, and dancer Catriona Maccoll. Guests Mo Gallaccio and David McDade. Booking in advance recommended. 020 8509 3880 www.jazzandtellingtales.eventbrite.co.uk

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SEARCHING FOR THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF

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54 Church Hill (Side entrance Woodbury Road) 2pm Dr David Quenard will give a talk about his research: Searching for the building blocks of life in space. 10 min talk followed by Q&A. Talks in partnership with Queen Mary University London to accompany Experimental Ceramics exhibition by Amanda Doidge. www.amandadoidge.co.uk Level Access

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MAKE A SILVER RING WORKSHOP

Family event

54 Church Hill (Side entrance Woodbury Road)

07929 566310 www.e17films.com

07929 566310

BUILD YOUR OWN MOLECULE!

Dr David Quenard will lead a workshop aimed at ages 5 to adult (younger siblings welcome!). In partnership with Queen Mary University London to accompany Experimental Ceramics exhibition by Amanda Doidge.

07941 000 541

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Facebook.com/MoveE17

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Screening of short films produced in Walthamstow and beyond. Five minute drama, documentary, animation, experimental, silent and under 18s films from professionals, students and amateurs. Family friendly drop in event.

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2:30pm-3.15pm MovE17 perform Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker’s seminal work Rosas danst Rosas & reveal the maths in the dance. Free entry. Enquiries/to learn the dance & perform at the Walthamstow Garden Party to clarefarrow2@gmail.com 07939 125014

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11am-4.45pm

HOW DO CHOREOGRAPHERS USE MATHS?

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VIKINGS & VALKYRIES

103 (E17 PUPPET PROJECT) Street Gallery, Aubrey Road 5.30pm-6.30pm Join us for puppets, live action and storytelling on an adventure through the Icelandic sagas with the legendary Volsung warriors. Magic, mythical wolves, gods, heroes and William Morris too! Ages 6+. info@e17puppetproject.org.uk

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WEDNESDAY 7 JUNE

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WAVE COMMUNITY

Join UCL visualisation experts in a workshop to produce images with an experimental device! Visible to the eye yet indecipherable, the images are revealed when viewed in long-exposure photographs. Free. Booking required.

Harmony Hall, The Melody Room, 10 Truro Road 8pm-9.30pm An exciting, funky and innovative concert including songs about the chemical elements (in line with the STEAM theme) with vocal harmonics, jazzy rhythms and tea/coffee and snacks. Why not join in, it’s free?

https://ucldhpaintingwithlight.eventbrite.co.uk http://bit.ly/2llWovH

07813 116505

THURSDAY 8 JUNE cafe @ Gnome House, 7 Blackhorse Lane

info@plyconic.com

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INVISIBLE NUMBERS: LAUNCH EVENT Winns Gallery, Lloyd Park 6pm-8pm

Celebrate the opening of Invisible Numbers and meet the artists; with refreshments and music. invisiblenumberse17@gmail.com

www.invisiblenumbers.co.uk

Come and try this easy marbling, free workshop for kids. Hosted by local furniture maker Plyconic. Make your own piece of marbling art to take home. We will also have PlyShapes for kids to build mini sculptures with. info@plyconic.com

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07980 213443

29 Brettenham Rd 11am-4pm

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FRIDAY 9 JUNE

ST BARNABAS BUILDING BRIDGES WORKSHOP St Barnabas Church, St Barnabas Road 11am-5pm

Build and decorate a 6 metre bridge with Waltham Forest Stand Up to Racism. Materials provided. 07970 803585

www.artstandsuptoracism.org

E17 DESIGNERS’

Mirth, Marvel & Maud, 186 Hoe Street

Scout Hall, 205 Wood Street 10am-12pm

12pm-4pm

Can you cook up a sound recipe? Sound collector, Del Taylor, invites young sound explorers to re-mix the music of the kitchen. For children 0-5yrs, their adults and siblings. Please book. morag@artillery.org.uk www.beansonbalconiessoundkitchen.eventbrite.co.uk

GINGO! DOES THE ART TRAIL

While away the afternoon, in Mirth’s art deco space: artists, makers, cocktails! An opportunity to buy something individual, ranging from handmade bags, fashion and jewellery to illustrations. Will you find that perfect gift? contact@e17designers.co.uk

www.e17designers.co.uk

INVISIBLE NUMBERS: ARTISTS TALKS AND

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Mother’s Ruin Gin Palace, Unit 18, Ravenswood Industrial Estate

Winns Gallery, Lloyd Park 2pm-4pm

7pm-11pm

A programme of talks to accompany the group exhibition, Invisible Numbers. Speakers: Face Invader; Denise Ford; Dr Simon Hubbert, Birkbeck; Dr Oliver Duke-Williams, UCL.

We may all live to regret this, but Original Army Cabaret return to their spiritual home at Mother’s Ruin Gin Palace to bring the splendour that is Gingo! to the Art Trail. Buckle up and adopt the brace position…

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SOUND KITCHEN

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UKULELE ON THE STAIRS

You sit on my stairs - I sit at the bottom and play ukulele. What could possibly go wrong? There will be solo ukulele, a sing-song, and if you email me a song you would like to sing/hear I will do my best to play it.

Made by Ore, 30A Borwick Avenue, Unit 2

You will learn traditional silversmithing techniques such as soldering silver and hammering texture or letters to personalise your ring. At the end of the 21/2 hour workshop you will leave with a silver ring. Cost £35. Book in advance.

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MAKE A SILVER RING WORKSHOP 6pm-8.30pm

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MARBLING & SHAPE BUILDING WITH PLYCONIC

Come and try this easy marbling, free workshop for kids. Hosted by local furniture maker Plyconic. Make your own piece of marbling art to take home. We will also have PlyShapes for kids to build mini sculptures with.

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For cyclists and art explorers of all ages and abilities. Waltham Forest Cycling Campaign share their delight in discovering Walthamstow’s art trail treasures using the quietest routes.

Heathershouseofstories

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RANDOM DEVIATIONS: THE SCIENCE OF RHYTHM

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ARTIST TALK ON CLOTHES ‘THE SECOND SKIN’

SEARCHING FOR THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF 54 Church Hill (Side entrance Woodbury Road)

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A talk by artist Frances Cowper Holzhausen to accompany her exhibition, Look and Look Again. Book in advance by text or email. cowper@holzhausen.fsnet.co.uk

MARBLING & SHAPE BUILDING WITH PLYCONIC

Come and try this easy marbling, free workshop for kids. Hosted by local furniture maker Plyconic. Make your own piece of marbling art to take home. We will also have PlyShapes for kids to build mini sculptures with. info@plyconic.com

www.plyconic.com

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SACRED GEOMETRY: ARTISTS’ TALK St Peter-in-the-Forest, Woodford New Road 2.30pm-3.30pm

Tony Blackmore, Jason Hawkridge and Mark McClure talk about their geometric art created specifically for St. Peter’s. 07950 148457

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BUILD YOUR OWN MOLECULE! 54 Church Hill (Side entrance Woodbury Road)

Dr Izaskun Jimenez-Serra will lead a workshop aimed at ages 5 to adult (younger siblings welcome!). In partnership with Queen Mary University London to accompany Experimental Ceramics exhibition by Amanda Doidge.

10.30am-4pm

07929 566310

An ordinary dinner table is being transformed into a roving, colourful field of wheat. Find the table and swap your bread story for a pot of growing wheat. Details of workshops for children & adults at www.poppyflint.com poppyflint@gmail.com

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CERAMIC WORKSHOP: POT MAKING 18 Lee Close

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1pm-5pm Open workshops at the studio of Mick Mills and Jane Cunningham: Sunday 11 June make a pot, Saturday 17 June Raku firing. Please contact Jane for details. 07973 562364

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A West African percussion and dance workshop exploring the profound effect that rhythm has on our physiology with Mbilla Arts. First half will focus on rhythm and second half on rhythm with dance. All ages/abilities. Free.

07890 996916

QUEEN’S ROAD IMAGES

An installation, walk and real and imagined portraits of some of those who once lived in our area; from the woman who spent her savings on a marble and gold tomb, to the child whose case became a national scandal.

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Join the fun with Heather and step inside a unique Walthamstow story. “Interactive, captivating and magical - a super performance” - Art Trail 2015. For 3 - 8 years. Tickets £6 - book now at www.mirthmarvelandmaud.com

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CYCLING TOUR: FAMILY BIKE RIDE

jane.cunningham36@gmail.com

ST BARNABAS BUILDING BRIDGES WORKSHOP St Barnabas Church, St Barnabas Road

When science of mixology meets kids’ imaginations, art is born. FRP is giving the opportunity for kids to buy and personalize their own shelter of biodiversity (bird and bat boxes, plant containers) at a low price. 020 8539 3856

www.frponline.org.uk

1pm-5pm Build and decorate a 6 metre bridge with Waltham Forest Stand Up to Racism. Materials provided. 07970 803585 Family event

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WAVE COMMUNITY CHOIR - THE ELEMENTS Harmony Hall, The Melody Room, 10 Truro Road 8pm-9.30pm

An exciting, funky and innovative concert including songs about the chemical elements (in line with the STEAM theme) with vocal harmonics, jazzy rhythms and tea/coffee and snacks. Why not join in, it’s free? http://bit.ly/2llWovH

07813 116505

THURSDAY 15 JUNE 6

cafe @ Gnome House, 7 Blackhorse Lane 10am-12pm

Come and try this easy marbling, free workshop for kids. Hosted by local furniture maker Plyconic. Make your own piece of marbling art to take home. We will also have PlyShapes for kids to build mini sculptures with.

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CREATE! Sir George Monoux Sixth Form College, 190 Chingford Road 5pm-8pm

The Creative and Performing Arts Programme Area Summer Show features work from our students and staff across a broad range of disciplines including fine art, painting, graphics, photography, design, 3D and performing arts. Schools groups via appointment, email: daniel. want@sgmc.ac.uk 020 8523 3544 ex 2301

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COMMUNITY CREATIONS

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An exhibition and celebration of the textile art created by local people and facilitated by social enterprise Significant Seams between 2011 and 2016.

catherine@significantseams.org.uk

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DEBTONATOR THE Stafford Hall, St Barnabas Road

Chapel End Infant School, Beresford Road

8pm-12pm Screening work in progress from our second feature documentary Debtonator The Movie. We have created fictional scenes from a 5000 year history of debt, money and violence within contemporary Walthamstow.

An exhibition of children’s work with visiting artist Simona Pesce, linked to topic work and using recycled materials. Come along and see the work produced by our talented children.

07908 398639 020 8527 1388

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CHIT CHAT III 7pm-9pm

BOOKBINDING Wainwright Bookbinding, 2A Greenleaf Road 10am-6pm

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FRIDAY 16 JUNE FREDERICK BREMER:

Drop in anytime to this fun bookbinding workshop. Choose from a wide selection of fabrics and bookcloths to create a simple, single-section notebook. Finish off by having a name foil-blocked in gold on the cover. £15 hello@wainwrightbookbinding.com www.wainwrightbookbinding.com

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Frederick Bremer School invites you to see artworks created by KS3 and KS4 students including GCSE Art exam work, a ceramics project in conjunction with Central St Martins UAL and a variety of mixed media pieces.

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Architects E17 return with another of their Chit Chat talks. Invited speakers from a range of design, art, urban and government backgrounds will address ‘Memories of Walthamstow’. Tickets cost £2.

020 8498 3340

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Old Station Yard Cafe, 186 Wood Street

10am-1pm A wonderful opportunity for people of all ages to experiment with Islamic calligraphy on the 3rd and geometric design on the 17th of June. Drop-in sessions organised with WF Stand Up to Racism. 07921 847875

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FUN FACTORY The Limes Community & Children’s Centre, 6 Somers Road

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Come and take part in our Fun Factory Treasure Trail. Hunt, find and create your own toys in our exciting adventure playground. Also visit our Artisan Market with hand-crafted gifts made by disabled young people. 020 8509 8985

Vestry House Museum, Vestry Road 1.30pm-4.30pm

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CERAMIC WORKSHOP: RAKU FIRING 18 Lee Close 1pm-5pm

Open workshops at the studio of Mick Mills and Jane Cunningham: Sunday 11 June make a pot, Saturday 17 June Raku firing. Please contact Jane for details. 07973 562364

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Anna Alcock talks about her latest work in the exhibition, The Sun is Silent, and reveals some of the techniques used to make it. 07753 686331

www.khyalarts.org.uk

SPEAK MACHINE: SCREENING Walthamstow Pumphouse Museum, 10 South Access Road 2pm-4pm

Film screening of animations made during the E17 Art Trail for Speak Machine - a community STEM poem sampled by Forest Poets. 07930 662252

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LA BAGUETTE MAGIQUE - THE ART & SCIENCE

Dr David Quenard will give a talk about his research: Searching for the building blocks of life in space. 10 min talk followed by Q&A. Talks in partnership with Queen Mary University London to accompany Experimental Ceramics exhibition by Amanda Doidge.

Travelling the High Street, St James Street to Hoe Street

07929 566310

10.30am-4pm An ordinary dinner table is being transformed into a roving, colourful field of wheat. Find the table and swap your bread story for a pot of growing wheat. Details of workshops for children and adults at www.poppyflint.com

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BUILD YOUR OWN MOLECULE! 54 Church Hill (Side entrance Woodbury Road) 3pm

MAKE A SILVER RING WORKSHOP

Dr David Quenard will lead a workshop aimed at ages 5 to adult (younger siblings welcome!). In partnership with Queen Mary University London to accompany Experimental Ceramics exhibition by Amanda Doidge.

Made by Ore, 30A Borwick Avenue, Unit 2

07929 566310

poppyflint@gmail.com

www.poppyflint.com

11am-1.30pm & 2pm-4.30pm You will learn traditional silversmithing techniques such as soldering silver and hammering texture or letters to personalise your ring. At the end of the 21/2 hour workshop you will leave with a silver ring. Cost £35. Book in advance. 07980 213443

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jane.cunningham36@gmail.com

Inky Cuttlefish Studios, Gnome House, 7 Blackhorse Lane

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DRAWING WITH LIGHTS St Gabriel’s, Havant Road London 12pm-4pm

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WORKSHOPS AT SIDESHOW - INSPIRED BY ‘THE MAKERS’ PROCESS’ Blackhorse Workshop SIDESHOW, Forest Works, Blackhorse Road

Led by the designer makers from Blackhorse Workshop who are presenting work in these inspiring showcase exhibitions, hosting events and workshops. Sideshow integrates Blackhorse Workshop’s quintessential ingredients of spectacle, craftsmanship and expertly supported activities in this new meanwhile space. See website for details.

A one-off E17 Art Trail drop-in, creative workshop, for parents and children to create a simple card or piece of fabric that lights up. Organised by Wood Street First, with artist in residence Sba Shaikh.

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Celebrating our rich cultural heritage in Blackhorse Lane, members explore the idea of industry and mechanical reproduction through the art of print. Opening Party 3 June, 6-11pm with cheese and wine.

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A selection of mobiles and other sculptures from the stable of stolen-image. Martin Adams shows us, from the large made small to the small made large, life as we find it. Opening party 3 June, 6pm-11pm.

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Ethical jeweller Carol Zilla showcases new pieces alongside her signature Urban Wild jewellery collection, inspired by the rich and varied wildlife of Walthamstow. Her designs are handcrafted in recycled silver. hello@carolzilla.net

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Designed by Amanda Parker & Matt Richards, this eye-catching art trail explores the themes of transport, environment, politics & entertainment, and can be seen at Stoneydown Park Primary School. 07768 091270

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Linda Hughes shows new drawings and prints with a Walthamstow theme. Andrew Baker shows work from BODY- A Graphic Guide to Us and other work from his illustration career.

Each class in Coppermill Primary School will decorate a 1m x 1m board with a letter from the school’s name, decorated with patterns and images inspired by STEAM. The finished boards will be displayed outside school. Grand unveiling 5 June, 8.50am-9.45am.

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Beautiful hand carved furniture by John Bain. A clockwork chameleon, knife and fork crow and paper heron: sculptures by Ellie Noble. 07966 150443

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William Morris Gallery, Forest Road 10am-5pm

HILLYFIELD ASPIRATIONS Hillyfield Primary Academy at the Park, Aveling Park Road Daylight Hours

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Lloyd Park Artist Studios, Lloyd Park

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Buhler and Co, 8 Chingford Road

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Come and see the wide range of creative activity now well established in the middle of Lloyd Park. We have several new artists since the last art trail and welcome Rebecca De Quin as our first guest artist. Preview 16 June, 6pm-8pm. raewyn@hatchout.com

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Fine metalwork artefacts for use and enjoyment. Local artist and lecturer Rebecca de Quin MA(RCA) presents works in mixed precious and non ferrous metals to complement contemporary living. 07880 918496

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We designed and built our own shed which serves as a studio and exhibition space. Come see this year’s STEAM theme: art, science, animation. Play with the persistence of vision and make your own Thaumatrope. 07906 261311

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Children at Hillyfield Academy have high aspirations for their futures. Come and to see our display of the wide variety of aspirations across our school! tiffany.luckett@hillyfieldacademy.co.uk

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Be Magnificent explores the work of staff and students at Walthamstow School of Art in the 1950s and 1960s, when seminal artists took art and culture in radical new directions. Free entry. Image: Alan Kidd, Walthamstow Skyline © the artist. 020 8496 4390

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Look Up online gallery celebrates the creative potential of geometry, line, pattern & colour. Responding to this year’s STEAM theme, we’ve invited our artists to create new editions inspired by fragments, percentages and fractions. Meet the artists evening 8 June, 7pm-9pm.

Jonathan O’Dea’s popularity in Walthamstow and beyond is such that he cannot even walk down the street without being recognized. Come along to Jonathan’s Open Studio to take a look at new sculptures that he’s developing.

07724 626936

07944 454993

www.e17arttrail.co.uk

www.lookupprints.com

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A retrospective show of fine oil paintings by the late Travis Perkins. This sumptuous display of “fakes” is on sale and for hire. Also open Friday 2 June 12pm-6pm. 07971 254617

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Fibre-art that comments upon a divided nation. A series of banners using appliqué and embroidery, borrowing elements from 50s circus freak-show and trade union banners, created by Hannah Ford. invisiblenumbersE17

www.invisiblenumbers.co.uk

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Odette Jewellery fuses classical design elements inspired by nature and architecture and drawing on mythological themes. Each piece is hand-crafted with an eye towards modern urban glamour. 07985 323678

www.odettejewellery.com

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E17-born Ted Newman helped develop Turing’s ideas for a stored-program computer into a working machine. Historian Kirstin Sibley & illustrator Andrew Baker shed new light on Pilot ACE, the fastest computer of its time. Coding Early Computers Talk: Oliver Duke-Williams of UCL, 10 June, 3pm. invisiblenumbersE17

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Denise Ford’s paintings are inspired by late 19th cent. photographs of the last Master Rope Spinner in Southwold, her great grandfather William Button.

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Matronix (Future Pagan Goddess of Infinity & Illusion) Celebrating a feminist approach to the STEAM subjects. Matronix will be an interactive visceral experience.

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invisiblenumberse17@gmail.com

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Winns Gallery, Lloyd Park Thu-Sun 10am-6pm, Mon-Wed 10am-5pm, (Thu 8 June 6pm-8pm, Sun 18 June 10am-4pm)

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Invisible Numbers reveals the hidden story of Pilot Ace; holographic principles in light sculpture; an infinity mask; geometric jewellery; the art of rope-spinning; and, Fibre-art that comments upon a divided nation. Artists Talks Programme: 10 June, 2pm-4pm.

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www.invisiblenumbers.co.uk

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WHAT MAKES US HAPPY The Lloyd Park Centre, at the back of Grow Wild, Winns Avenue Entrance

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Children at the Lloyd Park Centre share what makes them happy. Exhibition visible from the Park. 020 8531 9522

carinaw@thelloydparkcentre.co.uk Family event

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Hewing Wittare is proud to present a 3-woman show with Chudamani Clowes, Rebecca Glover & Anna Liber Lewis, searching for shelter, protection and survival through an immersive and sensual installation set on the sea bed. Special event 10 June, 2pm-3pm. georgiejasperwhite@gmail.com

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Visual Artist & Social Anthropologist Maria Saur and Poet Anne Marie Silbinger create a cobweb of their artwork across the street linking their studios and work, inviting the whole world to join. 07426 037934

mmsaur@gmail.com

www.hewingwittare.com

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A celebration of work from artists in the teaching profession. A mixed media wall of life through the eyes of a teacher.

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Welcome to The Morris Room, an immersive arts & crafts salon. Here hangs Skin Deep Tweed by photographer Ani Lang, a portrait exhibition of individual tweed style. Auntie Maureen oversees with wind-up gramophone music. 07432 430386

ask@auntiemaureen.info

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WE ARE CONNECTED Winns Primary School, Fleeming Road Daylight Hours

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Step inside our big brain and see what we’re thinking about! Our 900 pupils will be collaborating to create a giant artwork for the school foyer, inspired by this year’s ‘STEAM’ theme.

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Greenleaf Primary School, 80 Greenleaf Road Daylight Hours

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www.thewinnsprimaryschool.co.uk

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Elphinstone Road’s junior artists and makers will once again be displaying their creations on the hedges of Elphinstone Road. Take a detour between venues and wander down our street to see their work. www.e17arttrail.co.uk

City Studios, Unit 2, 30A Borwick Avenue

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The members of City Studios open their working spaces to the public. The artists involved demonstrate a wide range of creative activity including painting, sculpture, ceramics, drawing and printmaking. citystudiosunited@gmail.com

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www.carmelking.com

Following on from their stunning collection of birds made by every class in 2015 the students of Mission Grove share their latest creations. http://www.missiongroveprimary.com

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HATCH AT EAST&CO East&Co, 252 Hoe Street Sat 9.30am-2.30pm, Mon-Fri 9.30am-5.30pm

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A collection of contemporary illustrations produced by the local artist Hatch.

Literally an Art Trail evergreen, Waltham Forest Arts Club members and artist friends let you pick your favourite piece of art for free. Have fun!

hello.hatchart@gmail.com

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Grab your Smartphone, scan the QR code, open the Google Maps link and go visit the trees portrayed in photographer Simon Warren’s stunning exhibition of E17 tree life cycles.

ArtWorks wf is an art group run for and by people with mental health issues, presenting an eclectic display of art for every taste. We consist of artists, printers and sculptors, and those who enjoy mixed media.

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When your house merely becomes an extension of you and your work. They say if you want to understand someone, walk a mile in their shoes. Stuff that! Pop round and bring some beer! (you do not ‘have’ to bring beer...). 07518 401616

CREATIVE VANDALISM OPEN

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Following on from their stunning collection of birds made by every class in 2015 the students of Mission Grove share their latest creations. http://www.missiongroveprimary.com

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ARTISTS AT RICCO’S CAFE Ricco’s Cafe, 64 High Street 8am-8pm

Independent Media company trying to get started in Walthamstow. If you like comics, short art films and absurdist sitcoms, stop by to see what we’re about!

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An exciting group of artists associated with Ricco’s Cafe who portray landscapes, portraits and abstracts. Meet the artists event with free drinks and Turkish food 2 June, 6pm-8pm. 07983 510638

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Lucy Ferguson, Lucinda May and Sarah Geake present a collection of paintings, installations and prints inspired by local landscapes and William Morris’s passion for beauty and social justice. lucyclaireferguson@gmail.com

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PFUIT! 2017

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Oxfam Shop, 2-4 High Street Daylight Hours

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Pfuit! is back for the 2017 Art Trail with work from London artists Ana Arabaolaza, Monica Capelastegui, Helen Porter, Jason Hawkridge, Chris Hinson and Robert Jackson. Drawing, abstract painting and urban photography. 07946 382872

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St James Street Station, St James Street 24 hours

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FIFTH DIMENSION AT 56 Café 56, 56 St James Street Sat-Sun 10am-6pm, Wed-Thu 9am-6pm, Fri 9am-4pm & 6pm-11pm

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Step into the 56 dimension and teleport yourself to our paper filled parallel universe. It’s going to be big on fun. Installation by prop maker and artist Rosy Nicholas and set designer Alex Cunningham. www.rosynicholas.com

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The weird and wonderful results of sculpture workshops with Esther Neslen will be on display, along with other accomplished work from residents of this sheltered accommodation. Organised by St James Street Big Local. 07773 769379 30 E17 Art Trail 2017

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Bookbinder Charlotte Wainwright (venue 92 in the Calendar section) photographed by Carmel King as part of her “Where I work” series showing on the BBC Live Screen, Walthamstow Town Square (venue 50) throughout the Art Trail. Read about Carmel and the project on page 8. Family event

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Join us in the garden for a family-friendly afternoon. Pop-up arts & craft stalls from Doodlebank, Little Gnashers, Cobbs Quilts, Casa Limes, Depiction Totes, Sarah Bee and more. Stay for tea and biscuits!

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Ceramic and glass sculpture and installations, plus domestic pottery from Kiln Arts’ Steven Smith. Islamic-inspired geometric textiles from John Winn.

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A ‘white cube’ gallery space packed with original art by Andrew Lane and Cheryl Lane. www.aplanephotography.co.uk

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Come and make posters to support refugees with an image and a slogan materials supplied. Watch screen printing. Plus exhibition of political posters from The Poster Workshop 1968. Our 50th anniversary this year. Posters also on view at L’Hirondelle, 160 Hoe Street, E17 4QH. www.e17arttrail.co.uk

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The facade of Edinburgh School will be overgrown with delicious, William Morris-inspired vines, printing our cultural and culinary cross-fertilisation. Organised with WF Stand Up to Racism.

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A collection of paintings juxtaposing geometric shapes with floral patterns. Shapes and colours inspired by local surroundings which are often muddled with influences from far away lands. 0779 2774080

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The interiors and exteriors of Baker’s Arms shops are celebrated in oils and watercolour portraits. They are displayed in the windows of Wakefield’s iconic ‘walk round’ ironmongery store, worth a visit in itself. 020 8521 6660

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Exhibition of photos of cycling for fun and sanity, posters from the Love Art Project and a chance to visualise a beautiful, carbon-free future in E17 with the Divest Tree installation. 020 8558 6880

www.hornbeam.org.uk

Painter Sharon Drew (venue 160) photographed by Carmel King as part of Carmel’s “Where I work” series showing on the BBC Live Screen, Walthamstow Town Square (venue 50) throughout the Art Trail. Read about Carmel and the project on page 8.

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91 SCIENTISTS & ARTISTS AT WORK 9 Brown’s Road

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Saccharine scenes of sun-drenched beaches by local artist Ev Abbott. Painted on tourist-laden beaches, my artworks explore the highly coloured sensory overload that is the seaside experience. evabbott@gmail.com

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The Art of Science will explore the theme of this year’s E17 Art Trail with an exhibition of up to 30 photographs by members of the Walthamstow & District Photographic Society. 07813 791444

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In our Lab, a slide show reveals the abstract beauty of deadly viruses. You can inspect the molecules in everyday objects and see beautiful creatures through a microscope. An artist’s photographs show the camera lens’s view vs. that of the human eye. theresamhudson@gmail.com

Sat-Sun 10am-10pm, Tue-Fri 12pm-10pm

The intention is to inspire people to look at everything from a new perspective. We can get caught up with daily challenges but if we see our life from a different perspective and see the big picture, everything is beautiful.

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We are home to Martin, Esther, Alke, Kirsten, Gillian, the Paekakariki Press, and this year the Elephant Man. Always a warm welcome, cake and coffee in plentiful supply. Access studios at other times by arrangement. 07984 654350

www.mitre-studios.co.uk

TREE OF LIFE: URBAN

94 COMMUNITY GARDEN Brown’s Road Green, Brown’s Road

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Brown’s Green is Poets’ Corner’s green space with a newly engineered STEAM sculpture. A new community garden as a breathing space for wildlife, residents and passers-by, a break from the hustle and bustle of busy lives. Opening event 4 June, 4pm-5pm. seemarampersad@hotmail.com

www.milimpicsstreetparty.wordpress.com

WOMEN ACTIVISTS

96 OF EAST LONDON

Ruby Road, (various locations)

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Jim Jack and Lorraine and Roger Huddle return to the Red Room to show their exciting new work: sculpture, mixed media, graphic design, painting and photography. Preview 3 June, 4pm-7pm.

From suffragettes to social media activists: for over 150 years, women in East London have been making the world a better place. Featuring the work of award winning photographer, Elizabeth Dalziel. The Great Get Together - Jo Cox remembrance event - 17 June.

07973 443030

esther@share-uk.org

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Individual montage globe sculptures and limited edition print series. 020 8926 4234

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CROCHET CREATIONS BY HARRIET KNUCKLES

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No70HoeSt, 70 Hoe Street

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Giant spiders! Body parts! Flying mallard ducks! Harriet uses ‘freestyle’ crochet, knitting, embroidery and mixed fibres to realise her fantastical ideas which derive from her quirky and unique view on life. 07528 229030

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GENTRIFICATION IS NIGH!

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E17 Art House Framers and Gallery, 54-56 Hoe Street 10am-6pm (Sun 11 June 11.30am-3pm)

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Following the success of their ‘Walthamstow’ book, poet Michael Shann, artist Kirsten Schmidt and Paekakariki Press have teamed up again to produce a new book on London. Buy the book and prints, hear readings on Sun 11 June, 12pm-1pm.

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ART AT THE ITALIAN DELICATESSEN The Italian Delicatessen of Walthamstow, 38 Hoe Street

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THE BOOTH OF TRUTH

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42 Pearl Road 1pm-5pm

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We invite participants to make a vinyl record via the 1950s technology of a Recording Lathe. There will be a suggested donation of £2 for materials. Drop by to record some words, a song or sound. All ages welcome. 07790 114973

www.dominiquegolden.co.uk

MUSEUM OF MUNDANE

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Penny Dampier & Mhairi Muncaster will collaboratively explore the meaning we imbue everyday objects with. Exhibits from E17 will be curated, drawn and photographed - creating a temporary museum. 07813 839843

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CRAFTING WITH TEXTILES

105 AND WOOD

10am-6pm (Sun 11 June 11.30am-3pm)

020 8509 8211

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www.e17arthouse.com

CURIOUS LONDON: POEMS AND DRAWINGS

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Group exhibition exploring how local artists shape and respond to Walthamstow’s rapidly changing character. 020 8509 8211

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57 Howard Road

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You’re welcomed to our home, filled with beautiful handcrafted wooden furniture by Aubrey and multimedia textiles by Lynda. 07906 050599

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HOWARDROADHOUSE 22 Howard Road Daylight Hours

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An array of artwork from the most talented local artists meet food at the one and only The Italian Delicatessen of Walthamstow.

A knitted celebration of science and space, for all ages to enjoy! Find us on Facebook: HowardRoadHouse and Twitter @HowardRoadHouse

07538 116883

howardroadhouse@outlook.com

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LOOP BED

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18 Howard Road Sat-Sun 12pm-4pm, Fri 5pm-8pm

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Visit established metal furniture maker Daniel Spring’s garden showroom, featuring beds made from a continuous loop of steel tube. 07816 668245

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FRANCIS WEST (1936-2015):

108 HIS ENGRAVINGS 97 Church Hill

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One of the most distinguished amongst British painters born in the 1930s, West left an extraordinary body of work. His complete collection of engravings are displayed for the first time, with some other works. 07769 700290

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LOT-D IN/VISIBLE LockUp Number 11, Garage 11, Fanshaw House, The Drive & Attlee Terrace Estates

www.henrymillerfineart.co.uk

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Brave, funny, seriously spontaneous live art actions from the drawing shed’s ‘Live on the Drive’ project for teen girls led by artists Katy Baird & Rebecca Lindsay-Addy, & ‘scientific’ re/actions by artists Labern & Lloyd. Labern & Lloyd share their re/actions to women & science in public at 4pm. 07740 584469

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XL Hair Design, 76 St Mary Road Sat 8.30am-6pm, Tue/Wed/Fri 9.30am-6pm, Thu 9.30am-8pm

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A surprising number of plants grow in whirling spiral patterns. Remarkable for their complexity and beauty, they also show consistent mathematical patterns. A photographic study. www.josealyphotography.com

ICONIC IMAGES OF

111 WALTHAMSTOW AT NIGHT Walthamstow Osteopathy & Natural Health Centre, 72 St Mary Road

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COLOURFUL COLLECTIVE 31 St Mary Road 10am-6pm

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A collective show of colourful adventures in collage, photography and painting by Rosalind King, Rita Platts and Laura Warren, alongside handmade ethical jewellery and knitwear by Here Today Here Tomorrow. www.ritaplatts.com www.e17arttrail.co.uk

Basement of 9 St Mary Road

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Miniature circus acts, therapeutic slot machines, automata, paper sculptures, virtual juggling, filmic hand dryers, greedy donation boxes, ceramic families, technological stained glass, feather clocks, talking mirrors.

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DESIGN CIRCUS: 21ST

113 CENTURY SERIOUS PLAY

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EXPERIMENTAL CERAMICS BY AMANDA DOIDGE 54 Church Hill (Side entrance on Woodbury Road)

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Playful and thought-provoking ceramic art, drawing inspiration from the periodic table, art historical anecdote, the human body and sheer amazement that we really do have feet of clay. Refreshments available. 07929 566310

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ARE YOU AS GOOD AS GOLD? DO YOU HAVE FEET OF CLAY? 54 Church Hill (Side entrance on Woodbury Road)

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Come and find out how many grams of gold and other elements you have in your body. Aimed at all ages. This year Amanda Doidge is working in partnership with Queen Mary University London, please see event calendar section for talks and workshops. 07929 566310

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St Mary’s Church, 8 Church End

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Artist Emma Scutt celebrates pioneering women in STEM with portraits including Helen Sharman, Ada Lovelace, Katherine Johnson and Rosalind Franklin, and Gulielma Lister and Louisa Martindale, both born in Leytonstone. emmascuttartist@gmail.com

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THE BELLS OF ST MARY’S WALTHAMSTOW St Mary’s Church, 8 Church End Fri 12pm-4pm, Sat 12pm-4pm, Sun 1pm-4pm, Tue 11.30am-1pm, Thu 8 June 2pm-3pm & 7pm-9pm, Thu 15 June 2pm-3pm

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ST. MARY’S PUPILS’ ART St Mary’s Church, 8 Church End

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The children of St. Mary’s C of E Primary share their creativity at their church. 020 8521 1066

Vestry House Museum, Vestry Road 10am-5pm

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The footpaths of Waltham Forest fascinate and intrigue, but they are under threat. This exhibition combines the results of volunteers’ explorations to map the footpaths of our borough with photographs by Paul Tucker. abigail.woodman@btinternet.com

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Paintings in acrylic and mixed media. 0208 520 0598

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Nags Head Pub, 9 Orford Road

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Come and discover the beautiful life drawings by local people who participate in the weekly classes run by Walthamstow Life Drawing.

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The Garden, Hayward House, 11 Orford Road

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From Saturn to E17, Brother Kwan returns with his latest work. Expect NASA, Saturn, quantum physics, William Blake and red stuff. He says “Things to look at, something to listen to, a little to think about.” Meet the artist. He might have some questions for you, Sat 3 June, 6pm-10pm. 07905 051771

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TREASURING OUR TWITTENS

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Celebrating their return. Open ringing 3 June 10 -11am. Weekend tower tours: times posted in church. Display in church on bells and their history. Talk about the bells and bell ringing followed by a sunset tower tour, Thursday 8 June 7pm.

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An installation that takes as its departure point the arrival of Caribbean women in smoggy 1950s Britain - a three week journey by steamship from one island to another, from one sense of being to another. stmarysartscollective@gmail.com

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On display will be the GCSE and final examination pieces from pupils in Year 11. There will be a diverse collection of work using a wide range of media. 020 8521 2115

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fmc.bray@gmail.com

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ANNA SLASHES

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Wild Card Brewery, Unit 7, Ravenswood Industrial Estate Sat 12pm-12am, Sun 12pm-10pm, Fri 5pm-12am

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Our Lady and St George Church Hall, 132 Shernhall Street

www.anna-slashes.tumblr.com

MELISSA KIME Mother’s Ruin Gin Palace, Unit 18, Ravenswood Industrial Estate Sat 12pm-12am, Sun 2pm-8pm, Fri 6pm-12am

07905 484711

T-SHIRT SCREENPRINTING Simeon Farrar, Unit 20, Ravenswood Industrial Estate

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Henry Maynard Primary School and Nursery, Addison Road / Maynard Road

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Melissa graduated with an MA in painting from the RCA. Her work investigates girlhood, rituals, female hysteria, sisterhood and secrets. It is centred around characters from her past that she once loved but can no longer have.

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A range of exceptional art and photography from our GCSE and A Level students at Holy Family Catholic School & Sixth Form.

HENRY MAYNARD’S SWIFTS

E17 Art Trail’s ‘number one’ self portraiture photography exhibition (It would be a sh*tter to miss it) annaslashes@skodbo.com

ON THE HILL CREST

Hill top ancient monuments. Landscape pictures by Henriette Monteiro.

Investigate microscopic crystal formations to the fractal patterns of rivers. Bray shines a light on those things out of plain sight using delicate materials illuminated on repurposed X-ray boxes.

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www.mothersruin.net

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A magnificent display of swifts swooping past Henry Maynard Primary School and Nursery. A collaboration of creativity from all our pupils. www.henrymaynardprimary.co.uk

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MONSTERS, MAPS & MURALS 15 Maynard Road 2pm-7pm

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Eavesdrop on cartoon conversations, settle down with a meditative bean, flow through your London like a river and cavort with strange monsters. Group show of murals & pictures packed with colour, humour and imagination.

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Visit our new fashion studio and have a t-shirt printed of your choice. We will be making t-shirts from both our Simeon Farrar and Black Score labels live to order. Women’s, men’s and kids’ tees available. T-Shirt Printing Preview Event 16 June, 6pm-10pm.

The Pup presents cultural detritus made by its artist in residence. Dog housed in a quasi punkoid/constructivist gazebo, masquerading as a gig merchandise stall, selling zines, fonts, t-shirts & Bavarian techno music.

07946 873948

tailofthepupuk@gmail.com

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MATTERS OF THE HEART 61A Beulah Road 12pm-6pm

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The Tales return! The group behind ‘Fairy-tale Folk in E17’ are back. This time they take a playful look at the Science and Art of the heart - that ubiquitous metaphor and much studied organ. TheTalesfromE17@gmail.com

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TROPICAL PARADISE 102 Beulah Road 2pm-6pm

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WOULD I FIB TO YOU? Wingfield & Randolph Roads Daylight Hours

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LUCY H-T ORIGINALS 17 Eden Road Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 11am-6pm

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Come and visit for a selection of mixed media artwork including a series of women and science icons, a painting of a fish in space, cards and more! Most work is for sale, located just off Orford Road in the village. 07795 968142

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Like peanut butter and jelly, One Rise East and The Castle are a force to be reckoned with. Paired up again for the 2017 Art Trail - we’re bringing back in our local team of super talent for another attack of awesome.

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Freehand geometries of chance and intention drawn in coloured chalks. jude.stedham@tiscali.co.uk

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In Vino Veritas, 21 Orford Road

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Large photographs (92x63cm), manipulated and reorientated to accentuate the abstract nature of what is seen, bringing an element of surprise and mystery to the prints.

Art work using a variety of printing and mixed media, inspired by science, technology and nature, yielding luminous results.

07944 414771

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lllebimail@gmail.com

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Photographs of a load of old rubbish, by Chloe Beale, taken in the postapocalyptic landscape of Dungeness. www.frothandrind.com

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FRANCIS WEST (1936-2015): HIS ENGRAVINGS Walthamstow Village Window Gallery, 47 Orford Road

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www.wvwg.co.uk

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MUD LARKING Debbie Bliss Home, 36 Orford Road Mon-Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 11am-4pm

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MOVING PORTRAITS 24 Second Avenue Sat/Sun 3pm-6pm

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A showcase of film and photographic work of two local filmmakers whose focus is strictly on matters of the human heart. An encounter with intimacy, humour and the creative possibilities of the documentary form. 07968 743896

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A series of large-scale colourful monotypes, combining the processes of printing and painting, and depicting the detail and beauty of everyday life. mrspantry@yahoo.co.uk

DANNY COOPE:

Images of Andalucía by local photographer Stuart Moore.

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Humorous illustrations solving conceptual puzzles using Heath Robinsoninspired devices. Open Garden Event: Ornamental Horticulture, Sun 11 June, 11am-5pm (sorry, no young children) www.dannycoope.co.uk

Ceramic artist Raewyn Harrison is showing new work inspired by her collaborative Thames Foreshore Project at the William Morris Gallery for the 2016 Walthamstow Garden Party. 020 8520 8814

www.debbieblisshome.com

GOMACG - CURIOUS

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18 Pendlestone Road

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Paintings inspired by the walls in our transient urban environment. Layered in the ephemeral and arbitrary collage of street art, characters and typography, stickers, signage, posters and graffiti vividly re-imagined. contact@gomacg.com www.e17arttrail.co.uk

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COLLABORATION - 3 ARTISTS

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Open House featuring work by Linda Green, Saskia Huning and Ali Reader as well as other Art Trail artists. Come and enjoy ceramics, drawings and mixed media work, good conversation and a panoramic view over London.

Goddess of moon, magic, nature, poetry, music, art and science. Created by Sarah Jane Heath, viewed from the street. Cerridwen signifies inspiration from unexpected corners.

020 8520 6900

07788 668640

www.lindagreenarts.co.uk

WORK BY AMY McSIMPSON

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Children’s illustrator and graphic designer Amy McSimpson shares her wonderful and whimsical world of animals, alongside Thomas Macgregor’s contemporary and figurative etchings and paintings. Free entry, all ages welcome. 07735 258900

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A photographic exhibition exploring the complex relationship between an elderly woman and her disabled son, and their isolated existence within ‘14 Hangleton Road’. N.B. 14 Hangleton Road is not the exhibition address. kmdesnoes@hotmail.com

www.kmdesnoes.co.uk

www.hucks.org.uk

Henry Miller Fine Art Francis West One of the most distinguished amongst British painters born in the 1930s, West left an extraordinary body of work. His complete collection of engravings are displayed for the first time, with some other works.

The Walthamstow Window Village Gallery 1st- 30th June (open 24 hours) 97 Church Hill, E17 3BD 4th, 10th, 11th, 17th June - 12pm to 5pm 7th June - 12pm to 2pm

www.henrymillerfineart.co.uk henry@henrymillerfineart.co.uk +44 (0)20 8509 2044 +44 (0)7769 700290

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A few fantasies in acrylic displayed in the bay window. www.john-arthur.co.uk

AT HOME WITH ECO-ANTIQUE

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Two hundred years of British tea porcelain transformed into pure burning organically scented candles. Displayed in the Victorian home in which they were created, alongside intriguing layered textiles by Penny Fielding. 07939 507999 www.e17arttrail.co.uk

www.antiqueteacupcandles.com

RECENT WORKS BY

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Fabulous collection of paintings and drawings by an Adult Art Class [Arts Commune] based in Chingford. Come and see what we are all about and take on a painting challenge.

Guest artists show sculpture in the garden. Sam Zealey’s ‘Concord’ is a 2m high folded steel aeroplane and Patrick O’Sullivan’s ‘Spanish Steps’, a construction that pushes the idea of painting as a structural object.

07711 020727

asimonfrank99@gmail.com

www.samuelzealey.com

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HASSAN’S PAINTING CINEMA 154 Greenway Avenue 10am-8pm

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Watch a film, step inside the film and start painting it or just watch people painting the film. Join Hassan Vawda in this interactive live painting installation. The earlier in the day, the more child-friendly the film.

Mark uses digital photography to make work that is both image and object, representation and invention while attempting to extend photographic time beyond fractions of a second.

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Tony Blackmore, Jason Hawkridge and Mark McClure have created their geometric art specifically for St. Peter’s. Enjoy the art, with refreshments, in the historic environment, before an amble in the beauty of Epping Forest. Preview event 4 June, 2-6pm. 07950 148457

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LANGUR STANDS GUARD Corner of Fyfield Road and Upper Walthamstow Road Daylight Hours

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Created from waste plastics a Grey Langur sculpture peers out from local tree. Artist Sandie Sutton brings her artwork to a corner of Wood Street that is being transformed by residents into a community growing site. Part of Beans on Balconies an Artillery neighbourhood project funded by the People’s Health Trust. www.sandiemsutton.com

www.e17churchintheforest.blogspot.co.uk

SHARON DREW - PAINTINGS: OPEN STUDIO

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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. (Writer Nigel Pollitt)

Louise Weir and Simon Pemberton are illustrator/artists who work for a wide range of international clients ranging from Taylor’s coffee to The Guardian. They both exhibit work in the UK and internationally.

07986 772178

www.expectationsofthepast.co.uk

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WALKING THE VICTORIA LINE

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Click, click! Says the camera. Hearing the silence, chats and city bustle. Rediscovering people moving, the sky’s colours, building shapes and graffiti thoughts as T. Salmen and A. Kesonen walk from Walthamstow to Brixton. Tue 6 June, 11am - Bring your camera, walk and take photos with us (details on twitter). Twitter: @walkingphotos2

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CITY FARM: ETCHINGS BY NANCY WILLIS Second Nature Wholefoods, 78 Wood Street

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A LAD INSANE: PURE EVIL Images in Frames, 59 Wood Street Mon-Sat 9.30am-5.30pm

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Branches the homeless charity, 21 this year, presents an exciting residentled project with local photographer Carmel King, curated by Nat Di Maggio. A series of workshops will explore documentary photography and visual diaries. 07757 061794

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A collection of contemporary and urban art. 020 8520 7604

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DEAD ART DECO: DAVID

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An exhibition of original sculptural works by ceramic artist Pádraig Drugan. Pádraig has been working with clay for over three decades and invites you to view a selection of his work, both old and new. 07796 625432

www.padraigdrugan.com

A collection of contemporary and urban art. 020 8520 7604 www.e17arttrail.co.uk

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Whitefield pupils transport you on this epic journey with props and designs using Eco Art and mixed media. Visible from the school perimeter on MacDonald and Hale End Roads. www.whitefield.org.uk

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Abstract art with a lot of meaning. Chat with the artist Paul Cates and see his thought-provoking paintings and installations. Vegan cakes and drinks served on the veranda with donations to Animal Aid and Water Aid. 07722 360873

www.paulcatesart.com

Community Masterclasses: Enterprise Free sessions and workshops to help grow your creative idea, small business or personal project.

Exploring Business Models

Wellbeing and Health

Tue 14 Mar, 7– 9pm Vestry House Museum, Vestry Road, Walthamstow E17 9NH

South Chingford Community Library, 265 Chingford Mount Road, Chingford, London E4 8LP

Creating Financial Stability Tue 11 Apr, 7– 9pm Leyton Sixth Form College (Theatre Space), Essex Road, Leyton, London E10 6EQ

Tue 16 May, 7– 9pm

Pitching your business to different audiences Tue 13 Jun, 7– 9pm Leytonstone Library, Church Lane, Leytonstone E11 1HG

Community masterclasses are presented by Barbican Guildhall Creative Learning in partnership with Waltham Forest.

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