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Green, yellow, and red pool noodles emerging from a wooden platform with some curved towards the sides. Several objects, including a bubble wand and a frying shovel in the viewer's left area, stick out from the pool noodles. Bubbles float around several adults and children.

Family Pop-up

Details
Type: Family Programme
Language: Multiple
Audience: Children & Families
Location: Various Locations
Programme
22 May 2022
30 Oct 2022
Green, yellow, and red pool noodles emerging from a wooden platform with some curved towards the sides. Several objects, including a bubble wand and a frying shovel in the viewer's left area, stick out from the pool noodles. Bubbles float around several adults and children.

Family Pop-up

Family Pop-up, designed by KaCaMa Design Lab, is a series of mobile stations providing a range of free activities that encourage children and families to discover, learn, and have fun within and beyond the M+ building 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.

Come find us outdoors near the Art Park Entrance on Ground level.

Book Play

Book Play enables children 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 at M+.

Join us in Main Hall on Ground level near the East Entrance.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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