Easter Family Day: Future Homes
Join us for fun and thought-provoking workshops where we explore future homes. Take part in craft workshops and activities and help us imagine what domestic life might be like in the future.
We will look at hopeful responses to climate change and our changing society, working with artists from Interaction Research Studio to demonstrate how sustainability and reuse will be embedded into everyday life.
Activities will take place in the Studio and Learning Pavilion so you can also enjoy our beautiful gardens which are just coming into bloom, and take part in trails across our galleries.
Recommended for all families and children aged 5+
Drop-ins welcome | Spaces limited | Booking recommended
Interaction Research Studio
The Interaction Research Studio uses design-led methodologies to explore technologies for everyday life that provide an alternative to the industry-led versions of digital consumerism. Their designs often create situations rather than solving problems, encouraging playfulness, exploration and insight in a wide variety of domains.
Cat Sims is a multi-disciplinary artist and designer whose work uses illustration to tell stories on themes of feminism, social justice and climate catastrophe.
There is lots for children to see and do at the Museum. Expect a fun-filled day with free trails to follow, sensory explorer bags, and fun throughout the galleries and gardens.
Tuesday 11 April 2023
Museum of the Home