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The E17 Art Trail will be 17 years old in 2021!

Growing year-on-year, this artist-led, community-powered arts festival provides a framework for artists and makers of all ages and abilities to exhibit and promote their work, connect with other creatives and feel part of their local neighbourhood.

Festival Supporters

Be an essential part of making the festival happen - sponsor, advertise, donate, invest in our local creative ecology and make Walthamstow shine. More details here.

 

Take Part

Key Deadline Approaching: 2 April

Our open submissions policy welcomes all types of creative work that can be exhibited or performed within the E17 postcode, or online.

To include your own events and exhibitions as part of the festival programme, you need to book a listing and submit all your event details by 2 April.

There is lots of support here to help you decide what to do: Take Part

Right now you can:

 

Ready to book a listing?

Quick link to book here - If you know what type of event listing you need, go ahead and pay online or request an invoice if required. You have until 2 April to submit your finalised event details for inclusion in the printed programme.

 

Artists Open Houses Online 2020: Connecting During Lockdown

A project produced by Artillery CIC together with Waltham Forest creatives. This film is made from a vivid collection of virtual open house events transporting you into artists' workspaces during May-August 2020. It is a very special record of the challenging new circumstances of living and working through Covid-19 with many artists unwell, or shielding, adapting to working from home, or relocating to wherever they had caring responsibilities. We are hugely grateful for their generous act of sharing their personal experiences.

You can see the full length open house events here.
Special thanks to curator Penny Rutterford, film producer Orlando Capitanio and Arts Council Emergency Response Fund.

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