Sunday Photo Challenge

  • 21 April 2013
  • 12:00 - 16:00
  • Free; no booking necessary just drop in


Professional photographers Paul Tucker and Katherine Green will be on hand to help visitors take photos that capture the spirit of the Gallery since its recent transformation. There will be cameras available to borrow or you can bring your own along for advice and discover all those functions you never knew existed!

Help us show what the Gallery and William Morris mean to you by giving your own unique take on the building, the collections and the people who visit. Be inspired by the current David Bailey exhibition and develop your photographic skills.

Photographs can be entered into the Art Fund's Museum of the Year 2013 Photography competition with a chance to win some fantastic prizes including an Apple ipad mini, a year's National Art Pass and your photograph published in Art Quarterly. For more information please visit www.artfund.org/news/2013/04/02/museum-of-the-year-photography-competition.

Katherine Green is a social documentary photographer who has exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery, the British Library and The Lowry among others. She is also part of the Waltham Forest photography collective Image17 and her current exhibition, 'At Home with Morris', is on display at Penny Fielding's Gallery and Interiors, Walthamstow until 2 June 2013. For more information please visit www.katherinegreen.co.uk.

Paul Tucker an interior, landscape and still life photographer has exhibited widely and recently documented the transformation of the Gallery during its refurbishment in a project called 'Under the Surface'. He knows the building intimately - to see more of his atmospheric shots of the building work in progress please visit www.paultucker.co.uk.

If you can't make this Sunday, Katherine and Paul will also be in residence on Sunday 28 April, Sunday 5 May and Sunday 12 May.