Art Assembly: Plan your day

Published Friday 8 November by Owen

Art Assembly is just a few weeks away and the programme is getting bigger and better by the day. 

There is so much to see, do and take part in at Art Assembly. To help you plan your day in advance here is a handy timetable of what's happening and where. There will be printed programmes available at Art Assembly on Sat 23 Nov. 

Time 

Event 

Venue

11am - 11.30am

Young producer guided tour of Pioneers: William Morris and the Bauhaus

Discover the relationship between the Arts and Crafts movement and the Bauhaus school of art in a brand new exhibition. Turn up on the day. Limited numbers so entry on first come, first served basis.

William Morris Gallery

12pm - 5pm       

Arts Catalyst & ; a place, of their own. present Myths for a Wetlands Imaginary

An installation inspired by Walthamstow Wetlands about new ways in which we can respond to the climate crisis.

Winns Gallery

12pm - 5pm       

Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA)

Get creative at MIMA’s colourful pop-up space, co-curated with disabled activist Lisette Auton.

202 Hoe Street

12pm - 5pm       

Grizedale Arts: A confederacy of valleys

In a specially constructed outdoor classroom, take part in talks and workshops with people from villages across the world, sharing their traditions.

Walthamstow Town Hall

12pm - 5pm
Heart of Glass & the vacuum cleaner

Monster-making workshops, care maps and cups of specially blended tea open up conversations about care in a local salon.

Bangs Hair Salon

12.30pm - 1.45pm
Performance: Synergy Theatre Project: To My Younger Self

 A new play examining issues around knife crime. Followed by a Q&A with cast and crew. Booking advised to avoid disappointment. Book your free ticket here

Walthamstow School for Girls

2pm - 3.15pm

Talk Art podcast recording

Join actor Russell Tovey and gallerist Robert Diament for a live recording of their popular arts podcast, with special guest, Turner Prize 2019 nominated artist Helen Cammock. Followed by a Q&A. Book now

Mirth, Marvel and Maud

2pm - 5pm         

Family Spectrum Mural Drop-in Colour Spectrum Painting Project

One Hoe Street

2pm - 2.30pm   

Young producer guided tour of Pioneers: William Morris and the Bauhaus

William Morris Gallery

3.30pm - 4.45pm

Performance: Synergy Theatre Project: To My Younger Self

Walthamstow School for Girls

5pm - 6pm         

News from Nowhere(thamstow)

Step inside the council chamber and have your say in Art Assembly’s closing debate, chaired by a 'reincarnation' of William Morris.

Waltham Forest Town Hall Council Chamber

6pm - 10pm       

Liberty: Deaf Rave

Make an evening of it and head over to this multi-sensory club night with a line-up of d/Deaf performers. Suitable for audiences of all hearing abilities (ages 16+).

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