William Morris Gallery
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- Website www.wmgallery.org.uk
There are 13 events at this location
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The Art Of Printmaking
Discover the William Morris Gallery's surprising collection of prints by British, European, Indian and Japanese artists and learn about the techniques used to create them. Booking essential.
Coralie Bickford-Smith: The Fox And The Star
The Fox and the Star is a beautifully crafted tale of loss, friendship and discovery from award-winning illustrator and author Coralie Pickford-Smith. This exhibition at the William Morris Gallery explores how the book was created, with original illustrations and rarely seen proofs. Taking inspiration from William…
Sat 10 Dec
Sun 11 Dec
Mon 12 Dec
Creative Kids: Brangwyn And Japan
Play, make and get hands on with Creative Kids, a regular session for under 5s at the William Morris Gallery. In partnership with Lloyd Park Children's Centre. At this event, discover Japanese art and ceramics in this special exhibition about Frank Brangwyn. Free but booking is essential.
Creative Kids: Celebration Of Colour
Play, make and get hands on with Creative Kids, a regular session for under 5s at the William Morris Gallery. In partnership with Lloyd Park Children's Centre. At this event, enjoy abstract painting activities looking at colour, marking the Hindu festival of Holi. Free but booking is essential.
Creative Kids: Peacock And Dragon
Play, make and get hands on with Creative Kids, a regular session for under 5s at the William Morris Gallery In partnership with Lloyd Park Children's Centre. At this event, have a go at weaving and explore Morris's iconic woven textile, Peacock and Dragon. Free event but booking is essential.
Thu 12 Jan 2017
Family Day: Artist In Residence
There's a Family Day at the William Morris Gallery on the last Saturday of the month. A free, drop-in event for families with children of all ages. In January, our artist in residence is creating new work inspired by William Morris and the Gallery's collection. Explore the themes and techniques of the residency.
Family Day: Japanese Art
There's a Family Day on the last Saturday of the month at the William Morris Gallery. Free, drop-in event for families with children of all ages. In February, the Family Day has a Japanese theme inspired by the Frank Brangwyn exhibition at the Gallery. Frank Brangwyn was a huge fan of Japanese art and craft and collected…
Family Day: William Morris's Birthday
There's a Family Day on the last Saturday of the month at the William Morris Gallery. They are free, drop-in events for families with children of all ages. William Morris was born on 24 March 1834. In March, help the Gallery to celebrate the life of this amazing man by making craft gifts inspired by contemporary British…
Letterpress Printing Workshop
For those feeling inspired by the political posters in A World To Win, the Victoria and Albert Museum exhibition at the William Morris Gallery. This very special workshop offers the opportunity to create your own posters with the help of local letterpress workshop Paekakariki Press. Explore William Morris's interest in…
London Children's Book Swap
Is your family looking for new stories to read? Bring along a story book you've enjoyed to the William Morris Gallery and swap it for someone else's recommended read. A great way to discover something new! Enjoy hands-on activities inspired by William Morris's favourite stories. Free, drop in at any time.
Sheer Pleasure: Frank Brangwyn And The Art Of Japan
A rare chance to view Frank Brangwyn's collection of Japanese art, including prints by Hokusai and Hiroshige. Marking the 150th anniversary of Brangwyn's birth, Sheer Pleasure examines the influence of Japanese art on his work, his relationship with Japanese artists and his ill-fated plans for an art gallery in Tokyo.
Sat 4 Feb 2017
Sun 5 Feb 2017
Mon 6 Feb 2017
An afternoon of magical entertainment in the William Morris Gallery and Lloyd Park: craft activities inspired by Coralie Bickford-Smith's The Fox and The Star, music from Walthamstow- based JGL Singers and festive food and drink. Drop in any time (1.30pm - 3.30pm outside entertainment). In partnership with the Friends of…
A World To Win: Posters Of Protest And Revolution
From the Suffragette campaigns of the early twentieth century to the Arab Spring, political activists around the world have used posters to mobilise, educate and organise. Presenting a century of posters agitating for political change, A World To Win looks at the defining features of protest graphics. With powerful images…