Tree of Life exhibition

The Tree of Life art exhibition by professional and local artists is currently at St Barnabas Walthamstow. Two workshops, a launch event and a dialogue discussion have already taken place in relation to the exhibition.  Tree of Life is an interfaith art exhibition inspired by the Christian and Islamic traditions. It includes new artworks by Christian and Muslim […]

c4m, churches and the E17 Art Trail

c4m Associate, Rev. Steven Saxby has overseen the involvement of St Barnabas Walthamstow and St Saviour’s Walthamstow in this year’s E17 Art Trail. Among the artists exhibiting at St Saviour’s is Henry Shelton whose Stations of the Cross, previously exhibited at York Minister and St Barnabas, can be seen at St Saviour’s this weekend as part of […]

E17 Art Trail 2011

Rev. Steven Saxby writes: “The E17 Art Trail programme is just out. Once again we have a wide selection of top quality work at St Barnabas Walthamstow (Venue 76) and some excellent work, including Henry Shelton’s Stations of the Cross, coming into St Saviour’s Walthamstow (Venue 77). The link for the programme with all the listings […]

Church transformed into gallery for community Art Trail

St Barnabas Church Walthamstow has been transformed into a gallery for a community art trail. The E17 Art Trail, one of most exciting community events in London, is now in its fifth year and the ten-day programme includes work by hundreds of artists exhibited in 120 venues. St Barnabas participated for the first time in […]

E17 Art Trail @ St Barnabas Walthamstow

Fr. Steven Saxby has provided information about the diverse range of artists which St Barnabas, Walthamstow is hosting this year for the E17 Art Trail. Their private view and “meet the artists” event is tomorrow evening (Thursday 2nd September) from 8pm – 9.30pm. Click here for subsequent opening dates and times. Anna Newson-Lyons presents ‘From here to there’, a […]