3 - 18 June 2017
The theme is just a suggestion - you may wish to respond to our interpretation of STEAM in the work you create for the E17 Art Trail, you may have your own interpretation, or you may be planning to share work that is inspired by something completely different. Our open submissions policy welcomes all work that can be exhibited or performed within the E17 postcode.
To spark ideas and explore the possibilities of our STEAM theme, Artillery is coordinating a series of lively monthly talks inspired by STEAM. With presentations, demonstrations, workshops, panel discussions and lively debate, the Ideas Sparks talks bring together artists, engineers, scientists, and mathematicians whose work involves collaborations across STEAM disciplines.
We hope these talks will support artists in the research and development of their E17 Art Trail ideas.
Next Ideas Sparks talk : ART & MATHEMATICS
Monday 10th October
Details of the programme to be announced shortly, speakers include Zarah Hussain (artist) and Sarah Hart (Professor of Mathematics, Birkbeck). Updates also available on our Facebook page.
Registrations will open in January 2017 for all participating artists.
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Cover Ilustration for E17 Art Trail 2015 by Linda Hughes.
E17 Art Trail 2015
The Inside Story, brought to you by Walthamstow’s artists in open houses, studios, galleries, streets and local businesses.
Walthamstow's epic community led arts festival shared the creative endeavours of 4,000 artists and contributors to 250 events and exhibitions and included over 100 artists' open studios to explore.
In 2015 we invited contributors to respond to our storytelling theme.
Find out more here.
A huge thank you to all the volunteers who worked on this year's festival behind the scenes and as festival ambassadors out on the streets.