Yesterday was the launch of Windows on Fulham, a fantastic digital art project for Fulham Palace, in West London.

Taking place over February half term, a team a brilliant young people from HAFAD (Hammersmith and Fulham Action on Disability), joined the TWC Team at Fulham Palace to learn more about one of London’s key historic buildings and create amazing collages for the railings that led to the Palace.


IMG_1991Once the collages were created, Thomas our ace photographer, digitised the work ready for printing by our friends in Octink, who have supported TWC for several years.

Daisy Trust and John Lyons kindly funded the project. We also received support from the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham and Fulham Palace Trust.


Here are a few snaps of the launch. A massive thanks to the Major of Hammermsmith and Fulham (Cllr Belinda Donovan), Pauline from the Palace and the team from HAFAD for help in unveiling the artwork!









Here is a brief write-up of the project as reported in the Fulham Chronicle

Click here to read the article

Leave a Reply

Name and email are required. Your email address will not be published.