Create banners for the future | Family Workshop

Every Sunday throughout Cauleen Smiths exhibition period

Cauleen Smith is known for her colorful banner and flags, filled with words and symbols. Often they represent issues and themes that are important to her, such as prejudice, racism and how people meet each other. Every Sunday we invite to a family workshop where grown ups and kids can create their own banners. Fill them with colors, symbols and words that represent something you are interested in or you think is important. The banners you can bring home or you can leave them on display for other visitors in the education room.

Family workshops are held every Sunday based on a drop-in basis between 12:00 and 16:00. The activities are related to current exhibitions and with creative tasks that both young visitors and grown-ups can do together. 

The workshop is free for everyone, but adults over 20 years old must pay the museum admission. If you are a member of the Astrup Fearnley Museum’s art club, admission is free.


The Deep West Assembly Cauleen Smith

Astrup Fearnley Museet presents a solo exhibition of work by multidisciplinary American artist and filmmaker Cauleen Smith (b. 1967, Riverside, California; lives and works in Los Angeles).