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​Re-evisioning John Frederick Lewis

 

Examining ways in which diverse communnities

can collaborate to create artworks of relevance.

This is the second project in ELTA's long-term partnership

with The Watts Gallery and the Art Worker's Guild.

 

The Octagon Gown along with other work will go on show at The Watts Gallery from 30th September - 3rd November, and at The Art Workers' Guild from 25th November - 14th February.

Re-envisioning John Frederick Lewis: Orientalism, Then and Now

 

Textiles inspired by the paintings of Victorian artist John Frederick Lewis. Work for this show is being created by the Wednesday morning Advanced Textiles class at Little Ilford Baptist Church and on Monday mornings at East Ham Library. This class, which runs in term times, is also open to adults with learning disabilities. The textile co-operative that meets on Monday evenings at Green Street library has joined in. The 2019 autumn term will see Subco and The Malayalee Association becoming involved.

 

No booking needed - just turn up. All classes are free.

This project is funded by Awards for All, The De Lazlo Foundation, The Art Workers' Guild and The John Cutforth Charitable Trust.

For more information see our blog post on Re-envisioning John Frederick Lewis.

photo by Elle Sillanpaa