Making Nowhere Somewhere 
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William Morris Gallery
Wednesday to Sunday, 10am-5pm. Free entry
Rosalind Fowler: Making Nowhere Somewhere

Rosalind Fowler: Making Nowhere Somewhere

William Morris Gallery artist in residence 2015

Artist and experimental filmmaker Rosalind Fowler explores the connections between William Morris’s “ecotopian” ideals and Waltham Forest’s expanding network of urban food-growing sites.

Fowler will create work in response to OrganicLea, a community gardening project near Epping Forest. Visit her eco-film lab and learn about 16mm filmmaking techniques inspired by nature at one of the residency events.

Find out more

Events at the William Morris Gallery

To book call 020 8496 4390 or email wmg.bookings@walthamforest.gov.uk.

Saturday 14 November
2pm – 4pm
Talk and film screening with Rosalind Fowler. Free, booking essential.

Saturday 9 January 2016
11am – 4pm
Tinting film using plant dyes drop-in activity. Free, no need to book.

Saturday 30 January
1pm – 4pm
Family Day: Artist in Residence. Free, for families, no need to book.

Saturday 6 February
10.30am – 4.30pm Ecological 16mm filmmaking workshop. Free, for ages 16+, booking essential.

Events at OrganicLea

Eco-film lab, OrganicLea, 115 Hawkwood Crescent, London E4 7UH. See www.organiclea.org.uk for detailed information on getting to OrganicLea.

Wednesday 11 November
11am – 1pm and 2pm – 4pm
Moving plant collages - a cameraless film drop-in activity. Free, no need to book.

Saturday 23 January
11am – 4pm
Forage, dig and experiment with film drop-in activity. Free, no need to book.

Sunday 28 February
12.30pm - 5pm
Open Day. A celebration of the residency including film screening of new work in progress. Free, drop-in.

See full details of all the events
In partnership with OrganicLea. Drop-in activities and workshop feature artist James Holcombe from No.w.here.


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