E17 Art Trail: The Wood Street connection

E17 Art Trail cover_2012This weekend marks the start of the 2012 E17 Art Trail. Each year, the trail offers residents and visitors alike the chance to get under the skin of some of Walthamstow’s most creative talents. And some of the most interesting events and venues are right here in the Wood Street Ward area.

So here is the custom-made, Wood Street First preview of local art events and venues over the next 16 days or so. Click on the links below to take you to the E17 Art Trail website entry for each event (including opening dates and times, and venue details). Venue numbers and event titles are taken from this website.

Venue 103: Wood Street Library
Photographs by Anina Arnott & Kids Art by Jenny & Jessy Arnott
Autumn Storytelling and Arts and Crafts
Roald Dahl Day Arts and Crafts
Many coloured days by Dr. Suess

Venue 111: Our Lady and St.George’s Catholic Primary School, Shernhall Street
The Medallists

EmbroideryVenue 112: Images in Frames, 59 Wood Street
Celebrating the Significant – Opening Reception
Celebrating the Significant – Group Show
Pop-Up Paris Portraiture
Significant Moments

cockothenorthVenue 113: Wood St Indoor Market (various units), 98-100 Wood Street
Cock O The North
Queenie and Ted’s Cubby Hole
The E17 Neighbourhood Quilt
The Awesomestow Postbox

Venue 114: The Plaza Wood Street
Artist led walk

Venue 122: The Makers Yard, rear of 54 Shernhall Street
Making a Difference: Art from the Heart

[Added to this page on 8 Sept – Ed]

Venue 127: 36 Ravenswood Road
1am – A Sound Installation by Saul Holding

Venue 128: 28 Barrett Road

Venue 148: Henry Maynard School Community Garden, Maynard Path junction with Maynard Road
The Garden Artists

Venue 149: Henry Maynard Junior School, Addison Road
Pushing the Boundaries

Dog in flowersVenue 150: 18 Maynard Road
The Glory of Nature

Venue 171: 15 Upper Walthamstow Road
Pictures from a story yet to be written
Sharon Drew – New Paintings
The Mutable Object; Recent Work by Mark Sowden

Venue 172: 29a Upper Walthamstow Road
Some Easons and a Bergman

Venue 173: Peterhouse Centre, 122 Forest Rise
Photographs of All Things Bright and Beautiful

Venue 174: St Peter in-the-Forest Church, Woodford New Road
St Peter’s Church and Work from the Congregation

Photo of Japanese figuresVenue 175: 85 Forest Rise
Photographs from Japan

Venue 176: 10 Ferndale Avenue
An Invisible Red Thread

All images taken from the E17 Art Trail website. Contact us with any copyright/permissions issues.

Why not drop by here and let us know what you think of what you saw? We’d love to hear your comments – just use the comments box below.

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