Events on 11 May 2019

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Chocolate Films' pop-up media studio workshop

Learn filmmaking from the professionals in a day of pop-up workshops as part of Wandsworth Arts Fringe.

Chocolate Films' pop-up media workshops are a great way to engage with media in a memorable way. So, come on down to the Heritage and Learning Hub at Battersea Power Station and learn a few things about animation from professional filmmakers to celebrate 10 years of Wandsworth Arts Fringe.

You will be working with professional filmmakers, using professional filmmaking equipment in the Heritage and Learning Hub at Battersea Power Station. You do not need to be tech savvy or have previous experience in animation filmmaking. This workshop is open to everyone so book your preferred time slot at or call 020 7793 4287. The 30-minute experiences start and finish on the half hour from 10.30am to 5pm.

Children aged under 16 to be accompanied by an adult at all times. 

Heritage and Learning Hub
Battersea Power Station
Circus West Village
SW11 8AB

Find more events on the Wandsworth Arts Fringe website

Sunday Brunch Market

This new monthly market will feature street foods and farmers market stalls, an outdoor opera performance, artists, a magician and a stilt walker.

Yinka Ilori: Types of Happiness at StudioRCA

A solo exhibition from artist and furniture maker, Yinka Ilori who has been commissioned to redesign a Nine Elms rail bridge.

This summer, artist/designer Yinka Ilori’s first public realm artwork, Happy Street – commissioned by Wandsworth Council in partnership with the London Festival of Architecture – will transform the railway bridge on Thessaly Road in Nine Elms.

In anticipation of the bridge makeover, Types of Happiness is inspired by the 16 different types of happiness incorporated into his Happy Street artwork. A rollercoaster of emotions is expressed through the colours and patterns carefully painted on each of his bespoke chairs. Each unique piece of furniture is intended to evoke a different type of emotion or feeling. Visitors are encouraged to look beneath each chair to discover the type of happiness which inspired its creation.

The exhibition also features a scale model of the bridge design and a large-scale drawing of Happy Street, coloured in by Ilori and members of the local Nine Elms community.

London-based artist Yinka Ilori specialises in telling stories through furniture, inspired by the traditional Nigerian parables and African fabrics that surrounded him as a child. Humorous, provocative and fun, each piece of furniture he creates tells a story. Bringing Nigerian verbal tradition into playful conversation with contemporary design, Yinka Ilori’s work touches on various global themes that resonate with different audiences all over the world.

Running from 8 May until 23 June, the exhibition is open Saturdays, Sundays and May half term. 

Sunday 12 May, special extended opening from 10am as part of London Craft Week.

1 Riverlight Quay
Nine Elms Lane
SW8 5AU 

More information on the Nine Elms website