The school holidays means plenty of time for family days out – and we have a great recommendation that’s awesome for children and the young at heart…
Looking for a unique experience for your curious kids this school holiday? Inflate your imagination at ArtScience Museum’s latest exhibition, Floating Utopias, featuring over 40 artworks including 7 larger-than-life inflatable art and marvel at how these inflatables have shaped social history in the fields of art, architecture and more. What’s more, enjoy a whole suite of school holiday programme featuring child-friendly workshops, film screenings, activities with your kids!
Kids will receive a unique Inflatable Activity Guide to enjoy whilst exploring Floating Utopias exhibition and continue with follow-up activities at home. This is applicable to every purchase of a Child ticket to Floating Utopias, promotion ends 31 July 2019.
We’re sure you’ve had childhood fantasies of living in a castle in the clouds, or floating to the sky with your hand on a balloon… and now, Floating Utopias has created a world of inflatable art to pique the imagination and spark conversation. Here’s a taste of what you can experience…
Free Film Screenings, ArtScience on Screen
Till 14 July 2019, Expressions Gallery, Level 4
There’s no lack of balloon adventures in the history of film, and this programme takes a look at some of the most iconic movies. You’ll see the fantasy drama The Red Balloon, the action comedy Around the World in 80 Days, one of cinema’s most well-loved films Up and more.
The Dream and Do-do-do… Party
22 to 23 June, 2-5pm, Rainbow Room
Designed to encourage all the dreamers out there to pursue their passion, this party invites children of all abilities to make art and music together and explore their creative dreams. Facilitated by inclusive arts movement Superhero Me, this weekend of parties will see music performances, art jam and craft left by differently abled youths.
This drop-in session is complimentary to all ArtScience Museum visitors. Spaces subject to availability.
This post is in partnership with ArtScience Museum.