Event

E17 Art Trail

1 Jun 2024 – 19 Jun 2024

Regular hours

Monday
Closed
Tuesday
10:00 – 18:00
Wednesday
10:00 – 18:00
Thursday
10:00 – 18:00
Friday
10:00 – 18:00
Saturday
10:00 – 18:00
Sunday
10:00 – 18:00

Free admission

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London, United Kingdom

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  • Buses: W12, 158, 230
  • Victoria Line tube: Blackhorse Road
  • Overground: St James' St. Station
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The E17 Art Trail 2024 is an artist-led, community-powered arts festival in Walthamstow coordinated and gently curated by Artillery. This year it features over 250 events featuring 4,800 exhibitors at over 150 locations.

About

This year, we celebrate twenty years of the E17 Art Trail. We have chosen ‘Value’ as our theme and reflect on the value artists, makers and performers have had on our community over these two decades.  

What to see?

For E17 Art Trail 2024 you can step into artists’ studios and workspaces and discover high street businesses transformed with visiting exhibitions and artworks. There will be art performances, spoken word, wall murals in the making, panel discussions and art markets, artists and art-fans guiding you on walking, cycling and even running tours, to name just a few activities.  At our artist-led workshops, visitors can get creative and learn new skills with local artists sharing their specialist expertise.

To bring us all together during the festival, Artillery are hosting three events:

E17 Art Trail 20th Birthday Workshop Fair at Big Penny Social, Monday 3rd June, 6-9pm. Celebrating 20 years of the E17 Art Trail with an evening of collective making with local artists. Dip in and out of a diverse range of workshops and learn from creative expertise within the community cornerstone that is Big Penny Social.

What is the value of public digital art? at William Morris Gallery, Thursday 6th June, 6.45-8pm.  With invited artist panel members together with an audience we will explore how digital art and hands-on digital art -making can help us connect with local places and culture and to connect in meaningful ways. 

YES! Art Fair at The William Morris Gallery, Thursday, 13th June, 6-9pm. Selected artists from across all disciplines have been invited to show their key works, all of which will be for sale in this beautiful and unique setting.  All the artists will be present to reveal the personal stories behind their work. This is a launch for Yes! Art, a new initiative we hope to grow.

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