William Morris Gallery

William Morris Gallery The William Morris Gallery is the only public Gallery devoted to William Morris: designer, craftsman and radical socialist.
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Housed in the grade II* listed building that was Morris's family home, the Gallery displays the world's most comprehensive collection of his work.

Special curator-led tour of Radical Landscapes - Wednesday 17 January 2024Drop in at 2pm on the 17 January for our next ...
09/01/2024

Special curator-led tour of Radical Landscapes - Wednesday 17 January 2024

Drop in at 2pm on the 17 January for our next FREE curator-led tour of the Radical Landscapes exhibition.

Radical Landscapes is a major exhibition showing over a century of art inspired by the land. It explores the natural world as a space for artistic inspiration, social connection, and political and cultural protest through the lens of William Morris, one of Britain’s earliest and most influential environmental thinkers.

No need to book. Go to the front desk on arrival.

https://wmgallery.org.uk/event/special-curator-led-tour-of-radical-landcapes/

Image: Protestors at Newbury, Andrew Testa, 1996 © Andrew Testa

++Small Things Are Possible at Vestry House Museum Garden until 18 February++Although Vestry House Museum is temporarily...
08/01/2024

++Small Things Are Possible at Vestry House Museum Garden until 18 February++

Although Vestry House Museum is temporarily closed in preparation for its revitalisation, the Garden will remain open until the 18 February. You can visit Abel Holsborough's Small Things Are Possible installation from Wednesday to Sunday, 10am-5pm. FREE admission. Visitors have access to the garden through the Museum.

Small Things Are Possible is an immersive piece that spotlights Windrush Generation allotment holders in Waltham Forest, exploring their relationship to the land. The work combines audio and portraiture, creating a living archive of experience, presented within an installation that pays homage to the allotment sheds of the borough. Portraiture from the commission can also be seen at William Morris Gallery as part of Radical Landscapes.

A zine with text by writer Cairo Clarke and additional images by Abel Holsborough accompanies the portraits and installation. Physical copies can be found at William Morris (ask at front desk) and inside the installation at Vestry House Museum.

https://wmgallery.org.uk/event/small-things-are-possible/

Any big announcements for the New Year? If you have a party or ceremony to plan, we'd love you to help you celebrate at ...
07/01/2024

Any big announcements for the New Year? If you have a party or ceremony to plan, we'd love you to help you celebrate at the Gallery.

Visit our venue hire page for more details of capacity, availability and hire fees for private or corporate events. If you have any queries please email [email protected]

https://wmgallery.org.uk/visit/venue-hire/

In celebration of Radical Landscapes, we've reproduced the exhibition poster for 'Artists and Epping Forest' an exhibiti...
06/01/2024

In celebration of Radical Landscapes, we've reproduced the exhibition poster for 'Artists and Epping Forest' an exhibition held at William Morris Gallery in 1978.

Part of our shop's Radical Landscapes collection, it's a high quality giclee print, presented in an off-white mount. Made in the UK.

Browse the collection here:

https://wmgallery.shop/collections/radical-landscapes

The eviction of 'The Chase' camp at Newbury, Andrew Testa 1996The building of the controversial A34 Newbury Bypass saw B...
05/01/2024

The eviction of 'The Chase' camp at Newbury, Andrew Testa 1996

The building of the controversial A34 Newbury Bypass saw Britain's biggest ever anti-road protest. Campaigners battled to halt the felling of trees and the start of the building work. Photographer Andrew Testa visited the site numerous times. This photograph captures a female protestor clinging to the top of a tree in the path of the proposed road. Tree surgeons working with bailiffs cut all the branches of the tree underneath her and left her clinging on for over an hour.

Image 2: Protestors at Newbury, Andrew Testa 1996
Image 3: Allercombe camp on the route of the A30 in Devon, Andrew Testa 1996

Courtesy the artist © Andrew Testa

See this work as part of Radical Landscapes at William Morris Gallery. FREE admission. Open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm. In parnership with Tate Liverpool.

https://wmgallery.org.uk/event/radical-landscapes/

Creative Kids: How Does Your Garden Grow? Thursday 18 January at 10am & 1pmTaking inspiration from 'The Garden' by Derek...
04/01/2024

Creative Kids: How Does Your Garden Grow? Thursday 18 January at 10am & 1pm

Taking inspiration from 'The Garden' by Derek Jarman (1990) which features in our Radical Landscapes exhibition, we will be creating our own sun print gardens using cyanotype paper and then decorating the frames with natural forms.

Creative Kids is a monthly craft activity workshop for children aged 2 to 5 and their carers. All sessions include a tour of the Gallery, the craft activity, singing and snack time.

These are FREE sessions but donations in support of our public programme are always welcomed. Book for the 10am session now. Our 1pm session is drop-in.

https://wmgallery.org.uk/event/creative-kids-how-does-your-garden-grow/

Image: Derek Jarman, The Garden, Courtesy & © Basilisk Communications

Chrysanthemum flowers are often symbols of renewal, joy and optimism for the New Year.  Designed by William Morris in 18...
03/01/2024

Chrysanthemum flowers are often symbols of renewal, joy and optimism for the New Year.

Designed by William Morris in 1877, the Chrysanthemum wallpaper pattern is an intricate combination of pom-pom blooms and calligraphic foliage. The original design is part of the Gallery's collection.

Image 1: Design for Chrysanthemum wallpaper (1877)
Image 2: Chrysanthemum wallpaper printed c.1960 by Arthur Sanderson & Sons Ltd

https://wmgallery.org.uk/collection/

Want to learn a little more about the story behind Radical Landscapes at William Morris Gallery? Listen to co-curators R...
03/01/2024

Want to learn a little more about the story behind Radical Landscapes at William Morris Gallery? Listen to co-curators Rowan Bain and Hadrian Garrard talk about its themes.

Visit Radical Landscapes at William Morris Gallery from Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm. FREE admission.

In partnership with Tate Liverpool.

Curators Rowan Bain and Hadrian Garrard talk about the Radical Landscapes exhibition at William Morris Gallery, in partnership with Tate Liverpool. A major e...

++ Open for booking: Q***r Stone Circle with Simon Olmetti - Saturday 3 February ++Join artist Simon Olmetti for a works...
02/01/2024

++ Open for booking: Q***r Stone Circle with Simon Olmetti - Saturday 3 February ++

Join artist Simon Olmetti for a workshop and collective ritual to create a temporary stone circle of painted and reclaimed small rocks. The event begins at Lea Bridge Library where participants are invited to q***r rocks through painting and patterning, whilst sharing experiences of the land.

The group will then proceed together to Walthamstow Marshes, with the event culminating in an Imbolc-inspired ritual. This is originally a Celtic/Pagan celebration to mark mid-winter, and will involve planting new ‘seeds’ for spring and spiritually reclaiming the land as q***r and as our own.

Welcoming the LBGTQIA+ community, friends, and allies to this Radical Landscapes event.

Part of the Radical Landscapes events and activities programme.

This is a 'book with donation' event. Pay what you wish.

https://wmgallery.org.uk/event/q***r-stone-circle/

Wishing everyone a very happy new year and the best of luck to Walthamstow FC in their match with Basildon United today ...
01/01/2024

Wishing everyone a very happy new year and the best of luck to Walthamstow FC in their match with Basildon United today at 3pm!

We're very proud to have worked with Wood Street Walls and Walthamstow FC on this local initiative (the 2023-4 Walthamstow FC kit is still available to buy at the Gallery or online). Watch out for more news on the project in 2024.

https://wmgallery.shop/collections/walthamstow-fc-football-kit

Photography by Jake Green

The Archive Collection: Art of Craft capsule collectionThe Art of Craft capsule collection includes 10 new designs inspi...
30/12/2023

The Archive Collection: Art of Craft capsule collection

The Art of Craft capsule collection includes 10 new designs inspired by May and William Morris. Created in the Liberty Fabrics’ studio in central London, these contemporary interpretations of traditional Arts & Crafts style designs were meticulously hand-painted and printed on Tana Lawn™ organic cotton in the printing mill in northern Italy.

Watch a short film about the Art of Craft collection and other designs by Liberty featured in the Archive Collection: https://youtu.be/FWqj_e7i5ZQ

Sales support the education and community programme of William Morris Gallery.

Order here:
https://wmgallery.shop/collections/william-morris-gallery-archive-collection

Are you ready to jump between worlds and help fantastical creatures recover their memories? Looking for something to do ...
30/12/2023

Are you ready to jump between worlds and help fantastical creatures recover their memories? Looking for something to do over the holidays? Play the Wild Wired! game at Langthorne Park! A mobile-friendly game developed as a collaborative artwork with local communities.

To play the game, look for passwords on the banners located around Langthorne Park and access five different game environments.

A FREE adventure. Brought to you by HERVISIONS. With Kristina Pulejkova, Melissa Schwarz, Chun Sun, Bianca Shonee Arroyo-Kreimes, and Eternal Engine. Game development by Nicholas Delap, graphic design by Alessia Arcuri and animation and motion design by Nerian Keywan.

Wild Wired! Rewilding Encounters of Langthorne Park is co-curated and produced by Zaiba Jabbar and Tanya Boyarkina with Christine Lai for .

https://wmgallery.org.uk/event/wild-wired-rewilding-encounters-of-langthorne-park/

++ Family Day: Wild Wired! Saturday 27 January 2024, 1pm to 4pm ++Coming along to the Gallery on 27 January to kick off ...
29/12/2023

++ Family Day: Wild Wired! Saturday 27 January 2024, 1pm to 4pm ++

Coming along to the Gallery on 27 January to kick off our Family events programme for the New Year.

An exciting family-friendly workshop inspired by the recent Radical Landscapes commission from HERVISIONS. Drawing inspiration from the local plants and wildlife of Lloyd Park, we’ll be imagining the land of the park as a living body and wondering about the superpowers that the park’s organisms could harness!

Join Zaiba Jabbar of HERVISIONS to make a collaged creature magnet using natural materials and flora and fauna images. Take it home and bring the outside world in.

The activity is suitable for children aged 5+ years. All materials will be provided. FREE, drop-in event. Takes place on the first floor landing of the Gallery.

https://wmgallery.org.uk/event/family-day-wild-wired/

In Conversation with Veronica Ryan - Thursday 18 January, 6.30 to 8.30pmJoin the 2022 Turner Prize Winning artist Veroni...
28/12/2023

In Conversation with Veronica Ryan - Thursday 18 January, 6.30 to 8.30pm

Join the 2022 Turner Prize Winning artist Veronica Ryan at the Gallery for a special In Conversation event as part of Radical Landscapes.

We are proud to be welcoming Veronica Ryan in a discussion about her extraordinary career and the themes and motivations around her work. Ryan won last year’s Turner Prize for her solo exhibition Along a Spectrum at Spike Island, works from which are included in our current exhibition Radical Landscapes, and for her public sculptures celebrating the Windrush Generation in Hackney.

The artist will be joined in conversation with Hadrian Garrard, Director of the William Morris Gallery, co-curator of Radical Landscapes. The talk will be followed by a Q&A and tour of the exhibition.

Please ‘pay what you can’ for your ticket. Our suggested donation is £7.50 per person.

Read more about the event and book:
https://wmgallery.org.uk/event/in-conversation-with-veronica-ryan/

Image: Veronica Ryan. Photographed by Erdem Moralioglu for Harper’s Bazaar

In 1859, the artist and architect Phillip Webb designed Red House, a family home for the newly-married William and Jane ...
27/12/2023

In 1859, the artist and architect Phillip Webb designed Red House, a family home for the newly-married William and Jane Morris. This drawing of Red House by Edmund Hort New was made to illustrate John W. Mackail’s ‘Life of William Morris’ published by Longmans, Green & Co in 1899.

Webb complemented the medieval inspired red brick architecture with furniture, stained glass and tableware that were also produced for sale by Morris’s first firm, Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co.

Part of the Gallery's new Archive Collection, the Philip Webb Glass by award-winning designer Stewart Hearn, is inspired by a glass designed by Webb for Red House. Each is made by hand using an optic mould, which involves dipping the hot glass before blowing to create ribs in the body of the glass. Lightweight and generous in size, with a spiral trail of
glass around the bow.

Sales of the Archive Collection Sales support the education and community programme of William Morris Gallery.

https://wmgallery.shop/collections/william-morris-gallery-archive-collection

Wishing you a very Happy Christmas from William Morris Gallery!The Gallery is back open to visitors from 27 to 31 Decemb...
25/12/2023

Wishing you a very Happy Christmas from William Morris Gallery!

The Gallery is back open to visitors from 27 to 31 December (closing at the earlier time of 4pm on the 31).

Image: Christmas Waits, Frank Brangwyn, woodcut print on paper.

Greenham Common Peace CampThalia Campbell c.1982From 1982, Greenham Common was the site of the Women's Peace Camp and a ...
22/12/2023

Greenham Common Peace Camp
Thalia Campbell c.1982

From 1982, Greenham Common was the site of the Women's Peace Camp and a focal point for the anti-nuclear campaign and feminist movement. Protestors used banners, posters, sculpture, performance, songs, poetry and zines to convey their messages.

Women artists such as Thalia Campbell formed artists collectives, organising exhibitions and campaigns across the UK. This protest art built on a lineage of artistry present in the women's suffrage campaigns of the early twentieth century.

See this piece at Radical Landscapes, alongside photography of Greenham Common protests by Joanne O'Brien, Brenda Prince, Melanie Friend, Jenny Matthews and Maggie Murray of the Format Photographers Agency.

FREE admission. In partnership with Tate Liverpool. See website for Christmas opening hours.

https://wmgallery.org.uk/event/radical-landscapes/

Thalia Campbell Designs, courtesy The Peace Museum
Installation photography: Nicola Tree for William Morris Gallery

Kelly Frank is a contemporary painter from East London. Her works explore themes of identity, memory, and relationships....
21/12/2023

Kelly Frank is a contemporary painter from East London. Her works explore themes of identity, memory, and relationships. Kelly has taught at various art institutions and utilises innovative teaching approaches to encourage mindfulness through art.

On Monday 15 January, join Kelly for a guided painting session inspired by the work of JMW Turner and Hurvin Anderson. Part of the Radical Landscapes events and activities programme.

This session will encourage you to consider your emotional response to the landscape. Using watercolour and masking techniques you will create an experimental map, exploring mindful painting practises, cartographical tools, and social mapping.

Welcoming participants aged 60 and over. No experience of painting is necessary.

Book with donation. Pay what you wish.

https://wmgallery.org.uk/event/mindful-mapping/

Last minute shopping? We're still fulfilling orders until 21 December. If you choose click and collect you can pick up y...
20/12/2023

Last minute shopping? We're still fulfilling orders until 21 December. If you choose click and collect you can pick up your order at the Gallery until 4pm on 24 December. If you live locally, drop in and browse our unique collection of gifts (and wrapping!) for the season.

All purchases from our shop support the work of the Gallery.

https://wmgallery.shop/

We're very happy to be supporting the Rukhsana Khan Foundation's 2024 Winter Fundraiser Raffle. Each week, the Rukhsana ...
19/12/2023

We're very happy to be supporting the Rukhsana Khan Foundation's 2024 Winter Fundraiser Raffle.

Each week, the Rukhsana Khan Foundation's food bank supports more than 100 households in Walthamstow facing food insecurity. We're pleased to be one of the local organisations offering a raffle prize to the winners.

Read more about the prizes and buy a raffle ticket here:

Help Nicholas Smith raise money to support Rukhsana Khan Foundation

++ December opening hours ++Come along to the Gallery over the holidays to see Radical Landscapes, explore our collectio...
17/12/2023

++ December opening hours ++

Come along to the Gallery over the holidays to see Radical Landscapes, explore our collection, try the Family Trail and enjoy some festive food and drink at Deeney's. But please note our opening hours for this period:

- 24 December: open until 4pm
- 25 and 26 December: closed
- 27 to 30 December: open as usual
- 31 December: open until 4pm
- 1 January: closed as usual
- 2 January: open as usual

Pick up the Family Trail at our front desk - complete it to win your prize!

For any help planning your visit:
https://wmgallery.org.uk/visit/

If you have any gifts to buy for the 25 December then order from our online shop by Monday 18 December for the best chan...
16/12/2023

If you have any gifts to buy for the 25 December then order from our online shop by Monday 18 December for the best chance of UK delivery by Christmas. We will however still be fulfilling orders until Thursday 21 December.

If you live locally or are planning a trip to the Gallery, you can always use our 'click and collect' option and we'll have your order ready for you to pick up.

Our shop will be open at the Gallery until 4pm on Christmas Eve.

Every purchase from our shop supports the work of the Gallery.

https://wmgallery.shop/

++ Radical Landscapes - January & February events ++We have a busy events calendar coming up for January and February 20...
15/12/2023

++ Radical Landscapes - January & February events ++

We have a busy events calendar coming up for January and February 2024. All part of our continuing Radical Landscapes activities and events programme. A round up for the diary (we advise booking as soon as possible for ticketed events):

- Mindful Mapping with Kelly Frank - Monday 15 January, 10.30am. Guided painting session welcoming participants aged 60 and over. Book with donation, pay what you wish.

- Special curator-led tours of Radical Landscapes, Wednesday 17 January and Thursday 15 February, 2pm. Free. Drop-in, no need to book.

- In Conversation with Turner Prize winning artist Veronica Ryan, Thursday 18 January, 6.30pm. Book with donation, pay what you wish.

- LINKED by Graeme Miller, Saturday 20 January & 17 February. Start at Leytonstone Library between 11am and 4pm. Free. No need to book.

- Q***r Stone Circle with Simon Olmetti, Saturday 3 February, 12.30pm. Workshop begins at Lea Bridge Library. Welcoming LBGTQIA+ community, friends, and allies. Book with donation. Pay what you wish.

- William Morris Gallery & The Hive present: Nightwalk With Misery, Saturday 4 February, 4pm to 9pm. Begins at Chingford Station. Booking opening soon.

- See 'Radical Landscapes: London's Epping Forest' at Epping Forest Visitor Centre Chingford. Until 31 March. Free. Drop-in, no need to book.

For more details, see the 'What's On' guide:
https://wmgallery.org.uk/whats-on/

Image from the Radical Landscapes exhibition:
Greenham Common 'Embrace the Base' protest, 12 December 1982, Jenny Matthews © Jenny Matthews, Format Photographers at Bishopsgate Institute

Hot chocolate anyone? All the more delicious in one of our mugs. Beautiful additions to your crockery collection or perh...
14/12/2023

Hot chocolate anyone? All the more delicious in one of our mugs. Beautiful additions to your crockery collection or perhaps a Christmas gift for a fan of Morris designs. Available now from our shop at the Gallery and online.

Every purchase from our shop supports the work of the Gallery.

https://wmgallery.shop/

Wonderful to see the 'Althea McNish: Colour is Mine' celebrated in the Guardian's 'Best designs and designers of 2023.''...
14/12/2023

Wonderful to see the 'Althea McNish: Colour is Mine' celebrated in the Guardian's 'Best designs and designers of 2023.'

'A brilliant celebration of one of the greatest – but not exhibited enough – British textile designers, this show is the kind of celebration of the power of craft and design that we need to see more of. The wonderful exhibition design by the amazing Bushra Mohamad/Msoma Architects and Nana Biama-Ofosu/YAA Projects was an exemplary instance of how small projects can be brilliant platforms for showcasing the very best of upcoming new talent.'

From 3D-printed headphones to a museum dedicated to crabs, our panel of experts pick the designs and designers of the year

News from Nowhere room, Radical Landscapes ‘If others can see it as I have seen it, then it may be called a vision rathe...
13/12/2023

News from Nowhere room, Radical Landscapes

‘If others can see it as I have seen it, then it may be called a vision rather than a dream.’ William Morris, News from Nowhere, 1891.

As part of Radical Landscapes, our First Floor Gallery has a special display of objects relating to Waltham Forest’s rural past. The objects range from nineteenth century maps and paintings of the local landscape to agricultural equipment and photographs of former farms in Chingford and Leyton. They all come from our collections here at the Gallery and Vestry House Museum.

Before moving to the house that is now William Morris Gallery, Morris grew up in Woodford Hall on the edge of Epping Forest, a place he claimed to know ‘yard by yard’. At this time, Epping Forest and the surrounding area was a rural outpost of London, cut off by the Lea Valley. However, within Morris’s lifetime, London’s population grew rapidly, new railway lines improved links to the city and speculative builders bought up plots of land to build rows of terraced housing.

For those moving out of East End slums, the new estates in this area offered a vast improvement in living conditions, yet Morris railed against the expansion of the city into the countryside and at the injustice of those forced to live in increasingly dense
and polluted cities, without access to nature, clean air and the landscape of his own childhood.

Visitors to the room can hear an hour-long field recording made at noon, on the summer solstice in 2023, at the nearest part of Epping Forest to Woodford Hall. Recorded and produced by Eric King.

See this gallery as part of Radical Landscapes, from Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm. FREE admission. In partnership with Tate Liverpool.

Images: Nicola Tree for William Morris Gallery.

If you took part in our 'Once was Walthamstow' Family Day on the 25 November, you can now see your creations in the onli...
12/12/2023

If you took part in our 'Once was Walthamstow' Family Day on the 25 November, you can now see your creations in the online exhibition, now live on the Compiler website! Once again a big thanks to Compiler and to everyone who helped to build such a fantastic map.

https://e17.compiler.zone/coe/

Part of the Radical Landscapes events and activities programme.

At this time of year, our kitchen textiles are a top pick for gifts. Useful, beautiful and distinct, in all of your favo...
09/12/2023

At this time of year, our kitchen textiles are a top pick for gifts. Useful, beautiful and distinct, in all of your favourite and most iconic Morris designs.

All purchases from our shop support the work of the Gallery. Order online and if you live locally (or are planning a visit in the next week or two!) we have a 'click & collect' option available.

Browse the kitchen textile range here:

https://wmgallery.shop/collections/kitchen-textiles

Double Grille, Hurvin Anderson, 2008. Oil paint on canvas.This seemingly abstract painting references the security grill...
08/12/2023

Double Grille, Hurvin Anderson, 2008. Oil paint on canvas.

This seemingly abstract painting references the security grilles found around properties in Jamaica, where Hurvin Anderson's parents were born. Anderson, who was born in Birmingham, often uses his work to explore his feelings of dislocation arising from his experience of bring positioned between two different places and cultures. This painting also reflects the privatisation and enclosure of lands, as the fencing prohibits access to the verdant scene in the background.

See this work as part of Radical Landscapes at William Morris Gallery. From Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm. FREE admission. In partnership with Tate Liverpool.

If you're visiting with kids over the weekend, pick up the Radical Landscapes Family Trail at our front desk.

Read more about the exhibition:
https://wmgallery.org.uk/event/radical-landscapes/

Collection: Janet de Botton, London
Installation images: Nicola Tree for William Morris Gallery

It's a beautiful time of year to experience the Small Things Are Possible installation by artist Abel Holsborough at Ves...
07/12/2023

It's a beautiful time of year to experience the Small Things Are Possible installation by artist Abel Holsborough at Vestry House Museum Garden. An immersive piece that spotlights Windrush Generation allotment holders in Waltham Forest, exploring their relationship to the land.

We're celebrating the installation at a special 'Small Things Are Possible: A gathering' event on Saturday 16 December at Vestry House Museum. This FREE event includes:

+ An in-conversation with Abel Holsborough and chef & food writer Melek Erdal
+ Screening of the BAFTA award winning short film ‘Our Land,’ directed by Alexandra Genova. The story of two black food growers from London as they search for land to launch their business.
+ Screening of a short documentary filmed and directed by Mark Aitken following a group of East London allotment holders who face losing their plots at the 100 year old Manor Garden Allotments in Hackney Wick.
+ Seed swap facilitated by Wolves Lane Seed Protectors – a group of community growers and educators, who are creating a seed network and resource bank open to all. Even if you don’t have growing experience, please do take seeds home and bring some to swap if you have them.

With thanks to our friends at the London Freedom Seed Bank.

Note: Although Vestry House Museum is temporarily closing soon for building work to start on its revitalisation, the Vestry House Museum Garden will remain open to visitors and those keen to see this very special artwork.

We welcome drop-in visitors to the event but we recommend booking a seat for the talk and film screenings.

Book here:
https://wmgallery.org.uk/event/small-things-are-possible-a-gathering/

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