E17 Art Trail Listings for 2015
To give you a head start 26 exhibition venues open for a special preview night on Thursday 28 May and parties break out all over Walthamstow. Don’t wait to be invited, come anyway!
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From Banjul to Blackhorse: Mbilla ArtsGnome House, 7 Blackhorse Lane
Join Gambian musician Seneke Sillah and the Mbilla Arts team for an afternoon of African storytelling and djembe drumming and dance workshops from West Africa. Free drop in for all ages and abilities. Drums provided.
Make a silver ringCity Studios, 30a Borwick Avenue
Make your own silver ring which you can take away with you when you finish. Each ring workshop lasts 2 1/2 hours.
This Is The PlaceHigham Hill Library
A poignant and creative literacy project for 12 local girls led by poet, rapper and activist
Playspace71 Douglas Avenue
Make, play & tell stories with no instructions. Glue, wobbly eyes and far too many cardboard boxes provided. Drop-in, £2 entry. Adults only Fri eve! With Sarah (Grow Your Own Theatre) and Netty (Mind2Play)
Favourite Words Papercutting WorkshopsFlat 3, 1 Pretoria Avenue
'Favourite Words' Adult and Family Papercutting Workshops with artist Caroline Misselbrook of Daff Workshops. Wednesday 10th & Thursday 11th June. £3-£6. Booking is essential. Contact us to book your place.
Favourite Words - Print your alter egoFlat 3, St James Apartments, 1 Pretoria Avenue
Join Jairo Zaldua and Nicola Green to create your very own wild and wacky characters based on a favourite word. A creative and imaginative workshop that combines screenprinting and collage and is also suitable for beginners.
Music Techniques For Arts PractitionersWalthamstow Quaker Meeting House, 1A Jewel Rd
MUSIC TECHNIQUES FOR ARTS PRACTITIONERS! Calling Artists, writers, composers! Come to hands-on taster workshop showing how music techniques can be used across the arts disciplines to enhance creativity and support project development.www.wavyline.org
Drawing DayHoe Street Central, Unit 3 Central Parade
Apologies, this event has been cancelled.
The Trolley Project WorkshopsSignificant Seams, 131 Wood Street
How does food weave a community together? Join us in exploring the significance of recipes in our day to day lives and make art inspired by these foods. Workshops for all ages and skills levels will be available.
Tales with YarnsVestry House Museum, Vestry Road
Come and tell your story with a colour or two and with cotton or wool: A fun weave demonstration for children age 6 plus and adults! You will be contributing to a already set up weave which will be exhibited later in the year! Drop in.