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On the platform outside M+ is a big cart filled with foam noodles of different colours and lengths, and also tools such as fishing nets and hotpot strainer scoops. Beside the carts, a few adults and children are making soap bubbles with short badminton rackets.

Family Pop-Up

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Type: Workshop
Language: Multiple
Audience: Children & Families
Location: Various Locations
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Free Event

Programme
Ongoing
On the platform outside M+ is a big cart filled with foam noodles of different colours and lengths, and also tools such as fishing nets and hotpot strainer scoops. Beside the carts, a few adults and children are making soap bubbles with short badminton rackets.

Family Pop-Up

Family Pop-Up: Bubble Play and Book Play are mobile stations specially designed for families to provide interactive experiences that encourage children and families to discover, learn, and have fun within and beyond M+ galleries.

The mobile stations are regularly displayed inside the Learning Hub on weekdays and travel throughout the museum building during designated times on weekends. We invite everyone to visit the stations on a drop-in basis.

Bubble Play

Bubble Play invites visitors to explore alternative usage of everyday objects by focusing on their details and spaces like holes, cracks, and gaps. We encourage you to bring your own tools to create bubbles and inspire others around you.

Looking for more inspiration? We recommend visiting Things, Spaces, Interactions to discover how designers give new life to everyday objects by injecting them with creativity.

Date: Every Sunday

Time: 15:00–17:10*

Location: Please refer to the notice inside the Learning Hub*

*Remarks: Travel time and location will be subject to weather condition and operation. Please refer to the event schedule in the Learning Hub.

Book Play

Book Play enables visitors to gain different perspective in playful ways by piquing their curiosity in visual culture through reading sessions. We have handpicked a selection of children’s books, which will rotate periodically based on topics related to our exhibitions and ‘Family Day’ workshops at M+.

Book Play offers a selection of reading material exploring the forms of artistic expressions.

Date: Every Sunday

Time: 10:00–18:00

Location: Learning Hub

On the platform outside M+, a woman waves a fishing net in the air making small soap bubbles in the air. On her side are a woman and a toddler walking holding hands among the flying soap bubbles.

Children and their families can choose the everyday objects displayed on Bubble Play. By moving them freely in the air, they can create bubbles of different sizes. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

Close-up aerial shot of tools for making soap bubbles placed on the floor, including a white round plastic plate with soap water, a short badminton racket without strings, a plastic clog shoe, a bent wire hanger, a strainer, a tall steam rack, and two plastic funnels of different sizes.

Bubble Play is encouraging children and their families to explore unexpected tools to create bubbles. It can expand our imaginations of the function of everyday objects. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

At a corner of the ground floor of M+ parked a colourful mobile station that a decorated with a huge googly eye. The station has children’s books display and seat cushions, on which some parents and children sit and read.

Book Play is displaying books which are related to the exhibition themes. Children and their families can enjoy their reading time here. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

At the centre of the ground floor of M+ placed a wooden a-stand with the programme name ‘Book Play’. On the side is a few wooden hexagon boxes and a mobile station, on which parents and children sit and read.

Book Play is parking at the Main Hall of M+. Children and their families can take a break in the area where seats are available. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

On the platform outside M+, a parent and children wave fishing nets in the air making clumps of soap bubbles in the air. Soap bubbles can also be seen on the floor. At the back are parents and children dipping different tools into the soap water.

The everyday objects on Bubble Play will be changed periodically. It is inspiring children and their families to create ‘new’ bubble-making tools and explore endless imaginations. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

On the platform outside M+, a woman waves a fishing net in the air making small soap bubbles in the air. On her side are a woman and a toddler walking holding hands among the flying soap bubbles.

Children and their families can choose the everyday objects displayed on Bubble Play. By moving them freely in the air, they can create bubbles of different sizes. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

Close-up aerial shot of tools for making soap bubbles placed on the floor, including a white round plastic plate with soap water, a short badminton racket without strings, a plastic clog shoe, a bent wire hanger, a strainer, a tall steam rack, and two plastic funnels of different sizes.

Bubble Play is encouraging children and their families to explore unexpected tools to create bubbles. It can expand our imaginations of the function of everyday objects. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

At a corner of the ground floor of M+ parked a colourful mobile station that a decorated with a huge googly eye. The station has children’s books display and seat cushions, on which some parents and children sit and read.

Book Play is displaying books which are related to the exhibition themes. Children and their families can enjoy their reading time here. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

At the centre of the ground floor of M+ placed a wooden a-stand with the programme name ‘Book Play’. On the side is a few wooden hexagon boxes and a mobile station, on which parents and children sit and read.

Book Play is parking at the Main Hall of M+. Children and their families can take a break in the area where seats are available. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

On the platform outside M+, a parent and children wave fishing nets in the air making clumps of soap bubbles in the air. Soap bubbles can also be seen on the floor. At the back are parents and children dipping different tools into the soap water.

The everyday objects on Bubble Play will be changed periodically. It is inspiring children and their families to create ‘new’ bubble-making tools and explore endless imaginations. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

About Family Day

Family Day brings forward family-orientated events to M+ on Sundays during the second half of each month. We invite families to share their creativity through various types of activities that foster deeper connections among members and with other families as we come together to form a vibrant family collage on an open platform at M+.

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Image at top: Outside the M+ Building, Bubble Play is inviting children and families to take part in a bubble experiment with the use of everyday objects. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

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