Can you help us make the E17 Art Trail a huge success in 2019?
We are delivering an ambitious year long programme in 2019 as part of the London Borough of Culture Programme. We are looking for partners, sponsors and advertisers to help us deliver work in schools and neighbourhoods across the borough. Please email us for a partners pack or advertising rate card for details: email@example.com
An enormous thank you to all the artists, participants, festival partners and audience who support and enable our talented community. An incredible 7,500 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.
Waltham Forest Council
"Walthamstow Art Trail is one of the best things about our fantastic borough. Waltham Forest is therefore delighted to support the Art Trail and all the volunteers, artists and businesses who make it a stunning success. I would like to highlight the ingenuity, inspiration and sheer hard graft that Laura and Morag (who lead Artillery) bring to each Trail. They will be embarrassed by reading this, but I know you will surely agree that they deserve this recognition. In tough financial times, helping projects survive is tough enough, let alone enabling them to grow and thrive, which is exactly what they have done.
So, here’s to Artillery, here’s to Walthamstow and here’s to the spectacular, life-affirming, challenging, exciting Art Trail. I hope you, your family and friends will enjoy it as much as I know I will."
Leader of the Council
E17 Art House www.e17arthouse.com
Images in Frames www.imagesinframes.com
Stella Creasy www.workingforwalthamstow.org.uk
Stow Inspired www.stowinspired.co.uk
The Mall www.themall.co.uk
XL Hair Design www.xlhairdesign.co.uk
Yard Sale Pizza 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 Goodwin, Carmel King, Carole Davies, Carolyn Abbott, Claire Whitney, Danny Coope, Deirdre Nelson, Dr Peter Grimley, Emma McGovern, Frances Easter Brennan, Gnome House, Hannah Ford, Helen Cooper, Helen Maurer, Jennie Caminada, Jo Sealy, John Devolle, Julia Spicer, Katherine Green, Liz Fenton, Lorraine Cox, Lynda Macdonald, Mally Yina, Mark Burton, Melissa Troiani, Mike Webber, Miriam O’Keefe, Norman Saggers, Orlando Capitanio, Paul Lindt, Pedro Passinhas, Penny Dampier, Raewyn Harrison, Rosalind Fowler, Rosalind King, Sandie Sutton, Sarah Hart, Simon Warren, Simona Pesce, Sophy Harper, Stephanie Waterman, Tasha Marks, Teresa Elwes, Vestry House Museum, William Wong, Zarah Hussain, and all of the volunteers that make the festival possible!
In memory of
Helen Alveranga and Harriet Hammel