Fans of the William Morris Gallery are invited to witness its official re-opening to the public on Thursday, August 2.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place at 10am, preceded by short speeches from Martin Adams, vice-chair of the Friends of the William Morris Gallery, deputy council leader Clyde Loakes and local authority chief executive Martin Esom.
The first ten members of the public through the doors will be presented with free copies of the redeveloped Gallery’s new guidebook.
CAPTION: Artist Grayson Perry, whose Walthamstow Tapestry is in the new temporary exhibition space, with Linda Green, a member of the Friends at last week’s preview evening. Read more about the event in the report below.
July 31, 2012 | Category: News | no responses