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Talk: Emery Walker and the Arts and Crafts Movement

  When: Monday 26 February: 2pm
  How often: 3rd Monday of month, except July, August, December
  Cost: Free for EDFAS members, £7 non-members**
  Email: EDFAS
 

Lecture : Emery Walker and the Arts and Crafts Movement by Julie Ashdown

** Non-members welcome to attend up to 3 lectures per year, £7 per lecture
** Students under 18, free of charge

We are meeting in the William Barry Theatre at the University of West London.

The lecture will start promptly at 8pm, with admission to the room from 7.15 when a glass of wine will be available.

Some parking is to be found in the UWL car park accessed from The Park on the north side of the campus.

Otherwise, parking restrictions in the surrounding streets are lifted from 7.30pm

Where: St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane
Ealing, London W5 1QG

In response to comments on the Members Survey in 2017, we are trialling some daytime lectures. Please come along and support them

Emery Walker lived in Hammersmith and was a close friend of William Morris, Philip Webb and other leading figures.

He was also a highly influential printer in the twentieth century.

If you want to know the link between William Morris, the London Underground, and George Bernard Shaw come along!

This will be a tale of friendship, socialism, gender equality, celebrities, arts and crafts, and scandal.


The Speaker is Julie Ashdown, Secretary of The Arts Society Ealing and a volunteer at the Emery Walker House

Further information