For one night only, the William Morris Gallery will be transformed. The evening will be made up of a collective of cross disciplinary art, music and vocal performances including:
The LGBT Visual Arts of Waltham Forest
Some of the finest visual artists from Waltham Forest come together for this group exhibition. Relating to the official LGBT History Month theme of Religion, Belief and Philosophy, the exhibition will serve as a backdrop for the unveiling of the LGBT Histories Community Mural and the launch of the LGBT History Education Resources kit.
Music and Performance
Enjoy an array of musical and dance performances including:
Hellenistic Hunk (2015-16) by Nick Walters and Cello Sonata in A Minor, Op. 5; a celebrated piece by British lesbian composer Dame Ethel Smyth, performed by cellist, Midori Jaeger and accompanied by pianist, Edward Liddell and more...
The LGBT Histories Education Resources Kit
A resources kit aimed at increasing awareness of matters affecting the local LGBT community will also be launched on the night. The box set and bespoke website will include a range of informative materials that will have an interest for all including children aged 8 years and onward including stories which champion contributions of local LGBT community members, video and audio and a playful deck of 54 flash cards highlighting key figures and events in LGBT History.