Adult learners on show at Kelmscott House


Arty students from Hammersmith & Fulham are having their creations displayed alongside design classics by the great William Morris.

Adult learners at the Macbeth Centre in Macbeth Street, Hammersmith, will be exhibiting at Kelmscott House, home of the William Morris Society, which aims to perpetuate the work and ideas of Hammersmith’s influential Victorian artist and designer.

The work of a dozen mature students is featured following the award of society prizes to Nikki Mathews (jewellery), Ninna Ghiggini (drawing and painting), Enfys Bailey (Agewell art), Adriane Gastaldi (woodwork), Angela Clarke (textiles) and Susan Fergusson (mosaics).

The show, Making All Beautiful Things, is at the Coach House and basement of Kelmscott House, 26 Upper Mall, Hammersmith W6 9TA.

Entry is free, and the exhibition is open on October 23, 25 and 30, from 2-6pm.