Lunar New Year Family Day
A day of family activities to celebrate Lunar New Year at the Museum, organised in collaboration with Kakilang 自己人
Come and join us at the Museum for a fun family day of creativity and storytelling celebrating Lunar New Year!
- Hear author Eva Wong Nava in a reading of her illustrated book, I Love Chinese New Year
- Craft Lunar New Year animal puppets using recycled materials with The Orang Collectif
- Create your own stories of home in our interactive family playhouse!
All activities suitable for ages 3+
Timings of the day
Crafting Animal Puppets workshop | 11am to 4pm in the Studio
Matt+Fiona Playhouse | 11am to 4pm in the Learning Pavilion
Storytelling | 11am, 2pm and 3pm in the Learning Pavilion
Find out more
Kakilang 自己人 (formerly Chinese Arts Now) produces and presents world-class interdisciplinary art from a wide spectrum of Southeast and East Asian voices. We pioneer work across multiple art forms and showcase artists working at the intersection of diverse practices.
The Orang Collectif
Started by Natalie Wong and Arthur Astier, The Orang Collectif is a cross-disciplinary and multicultural collective, who tells stories and explores different forms of art through the languages of movement, sound, lights and text, whilst being respectful of the environment.
The Orang Collectif celebrates diverse cultures, languages and theatrical traditions reflecting upon our modern society. Their method of working is based on workshops led by one or more of the collaborators subjective to the goals of the investigation. The material generated from the workshops are then moulded and refined to form a performance. They enjoy working with individuals of varying disciplines and expertise as there is always a new perspective to be challenged by and to learn from.
Eva Wong Nava
Eva Wong Nava is a child of the diaspora. She was born on a tropical island in Southeast Asia. During the 18th century, her ancestors sailed from the Middle Kingdom to Nanyang, and planted roots in Nusantara. When the winds changed during the 20th century, her relatives sailed again. This time to cooler climates, where they planted roots in Europe and America. Eva writes stories that are inspired by her childhood and experiences. She believes that books change the world as each book is a window to a new world. When not writing, Eva can be found in art museums and galleries waiting for the next artwork or artefact to bring forth a story. She calls the Land of Albion home, and lives in London with a sheep, dog and tiger.
Museum of the Home in collaboration with Kakilang 自己人
Half term family days
Around the Table
Sunday 18 February 2024
Museum of the Home - 136 Kingsland Road, London E2 8EA