There you go! William Morris Gallery…Aweganic!

the drawing shed presents

typewriter(photo not mine)

1)  STRANGER: NEIGHBOUR is a live art writing project focused around  three days of inspirational, playful writing workshops at William Morris Gallery for an inter-generational and culturally-diverse group of 16 Waltham Forest residents. It is led and supported by writers Jacob Sam-La Rose and Nichola Charalambou,(see “Hanging Words Out To Dry” 7th November 2013) in collaboration with artists Bobby Lloyd and Sally Labern from the drawing shed. Participants are invited to write their own story, poem or idea; work individually and in a group; use pen and paper, Twitter and old fashioned typewriters(!) stationed in a Typing Pool at Winns Gallery; and explore the extraordinary spaces of William Morris Gallery, Lloyd Park, and beyond in E17. No previous writing experience is necessary.£25.

Course schedule
Friday 8th: 10am – 5pm
A day of workshops and writing time led by tutors Jacob Sam-La Rose and Nichola Charalambou.

mary(photo not mine)

Saturday 9th: 10am – 9pm

A day of workshops, writing time, and optional Twitter Performance, with dinner and tutor readings in the evening.
*Please Note: Dinner and evening readings from 6pm to 9pm will take place at The Mill, 7-11 Coppermill Lane, Walthamstow, London E17 7H.
www.themill-coppermill.org

Sunday 10th: 10am – 5pm

A day of workshops and writing time, readings, and a conversation about ‘The Writer’s Life’ and any support you might need to continue to develop your writing in future.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided each day.

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2)At Winns Gallery, the drawing shed is also exhibiting “Stranger: Neighbour & The Lost Print” from Tuesday November 5th – Friday November 15th, 10.00am-3.00pm daily.

3)On Saturday afternoon, November 9th, the drawing shed will be leading a  Twitter Performance with Jacob Sam-La Rose, which will be open to workshop participants and anyone else interested! Exact details to be shared via social media.#strangerneighbour

issue 7 Up Your Street

Wed Sept 5th free    7pm  Bruce Castle Museum Haringey.Ben Long will give a talk about his scaffold sculpture series and the nine metre lion sculpture created for PARK ART in Haringey  at Bruce Castle Park, along with a short introduction to PARK ART by UP Projects curators Emma Underhill and Laura Harford. This is a free event and drinks will be served, to book email laura@upprojects.com.  

Thurs Sept 6th free 10-noon Centre For Better Health 1a Darnley Rd hackney (opp, Town hall) Coffee and cake morning

free 10.30-11.30am. Walking tour. Part of Molten Festival in Barking,(see flyer below)

free 6-9pm The Mill E17 first year Anniversary and meet “The Gifted”  artists. Bring nibbles to share please.

Sat Sept 8th free 7 for 7.30pm Vegetarian Quiz Night St Andrews Church, Colworth Rd E11. Neighbours Faith Club

                                        free “News from Nowhere Club” E11 at the Epicentre (West St). Talk and shared buffet 7.30pm  “The Artist As Craftsperson”.

Sun Sept 9th free 1.30-3.30pm.  Ruth Calder Murphy’s art at the Blackhorse Rd Baptist Church, Blackhorse Road E17

  free 11.30-noon and  2.30-3pm. William Morris Gallery Poetry Tours. Just turn up.

Mon Sept 10th free 2pm The People’s Museum E15 (opp Gala Bingo) Talk, The History of Brick Lane by Judith Garfield. book on 02085534343

Tues Sept 11th £2 7.30pm The Birkbeck Tavern, 45 Langthorne Rd E11 (byLeyton Station) Radical History Group of Walthamstow hosts Speaker: Bob Light

Forty years ago: Five dockworkers in Pentonville

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Coming up in October. 12th October midnight until 7pm the next day an Hymathon at St Andrews Church E11 to save the organ! Roll up!

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Walking Tours this week

Walking Tours until Sunday in Barking. The Molten Festival 2012

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