Let’s share HOPE across the whole community of Battersea and Nine Elms!
In 2020 we have never needed hope so much. After the 2019 successful ‘Hope Pop Up’ at the Nine Elms Pavilion, this year Nine Elms Arts Ministry are taking the Hope in Nine Elms project online, so that everyone can take part and get creative from their own homes, in spite of lockdown, spreading hope to the whole community of Battersea and Nine Elms.
To get involved all you need to do is:
1. Think of a Message of Hope you want to share with the community (less than 15 words)
2. Create it and decorate it in a square shape—using any materials you have (including old cardboard boxes).
3. Then take a photo, share it on your social media with the hashtag #HopeinNineElms and upload it via www.hopeinnineelms.com — for the chance for it to appear in a short film.
4. Put your Hope Square in your window to share with neighbours - and keep it safe, as the plan is to bring all the contributions together in one big Celebration of Hope when we can all gather again.
This is for EVERYONE- whatever age and whether you consider yourself creative or not!
To find out how to get involved watch our short video made by Chocolate films and supported by Wandsworth Council :
Genres:Art / ExhibitionsChildren / Family