A major arts and heritage project exploring the social history and continuing importance of the Warner Estate in Waltham Forest, London by artists Lucy Harrison and Katherine Green / Rendezvous Projects CIC.
“Warner” properties were built in the borough from the late nineteenth century until the mid-twentieth century, with many of the properties taking the form of distinctive red brick self-contained flats.
The exhibiion includes photography, oral history, exhibitions, a publication and forthcoming mobile phone app, as well as walks, talks and events for local people. A call out for photographs of the properties in different eras has resulted in a collection of around 100 images from 1902 to the present day, and the Warner Estate’s archive, now owned by Walthamstow Historical Society, has also been explored in detail. A new stage funded by Heritage Lottery Fund is involving volunteers in carrying out interviews, photographing the Warner streets and researching aspects of the Estate.
Supported by Arts Council England, Heritage Lottery Fund, Stow Brothers & LLAC