Wandle Art Festival 2021


Wandle Industrial Museum: Wandle Art Festival

Wandle Art Festival 2021

The Wandle Industrial Museum is holding their first two-day Art Festival in July to celebrate the River Wandle, its people and its industries.

This is an outside event for Arts and Crafts, Poetry, Talks, Displays and Live Music taking place in the grounds around the museum building.
Covid restrictions will apply.


10th and 11th July From 12pm to 5pm

Wandle Art Festival 2021 flyerAny help to inform people about this new event will be gratefully received by the museum so do please tell your family, friends and colleagues and members of your clubs and societies.

Festival Details

Are you ready for the first Wandle Art Festival? The artists, photographers, craft makers, etc are all lined up to celebrate the Wandle Valley.

The following are booked and will be displaying their work and activities;⁠

Joanne Sharpe – Mitcham Schools Mural Project⁠
Mitcham Camera Club⁠
Neringa Paulauhyte – Artist⁠
Nicola Troll – Etching and Printmaking⁠
Kevin Ireland – Artist and Photography⁠
Denise Rodley – Craft Work⁠
Portia Dadley – Made In Merton Project⁠
Dr Simon Joseph – Photography⁠
Ruta Astani – Artist⁠

⁠The Dreaming River Band will be performing and there will be talks by Alison Cousins (Wandle Industrial Museum), Nicola Troll, and Fiona McKelvie (McBurney and Black) plus poetry readings.⁠


Wandle Industrial Museum
Lower Green West

Parking is not available at the museum. Cars may be parked in local streets near to the museum but please observe any parking restrictions.

The museum is located in the Annex next door to the former Mitcham Town Hall building, The Vestry Hall.