The Arts and Crafts Riverside Walk

The Society works closely with many organisations and members of the community in Hammersmith and Fulham and the Greater London Area.

Take a look below to see the ways in which we like to get involved!

Discover Arts & Crafts history and stories while strolling along the beautiful Hammersmith riverside, with our new walking guide. Learn about key people in the Arts & Crafts movement, including William Morris and his family, and typographers Emery Walker and Thomas James Cobden-Sanderson who co-founded The Doves Press.

William Morris Riverside Walk

The Society hosts an exhibition of the work from our local Macbeth Centre each year. The Macbeth Centre is an adult education hub that offers a large range of classes and courses that allow students to develop new skills and interests. The works are a diverse range including stained glass, ceramics, jewellery, woodwork and works on paper. The pieces demonstrate the continued importance of creativity and handcraft in our contemporary world.

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In 2023 the Society hosted an exhibition from the community interest group Photojournalism Hub. Photojournalism Hub trains disadvantaged communities to use photojournalism as a tool for positive impact in their lives. We had the pleasure of hosting the work of a community project for residents over 50 years who participated in Documentary and Storytelling photography workshops.

William Morris Society Gallery (31)
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