A weekend of art, activism, posters and storytelling.
The Serpentine presented a weekend of artist-led workshops for children and families, responding to Faith Ringgold’s summer exhibition and exploring the themes of art, activism, poetry and print.
All activities were free and for families with children of all ages.
One of My Kind (OOMK)
causes in common
Enter OOMK’s interactive print studio and create posters about issues that matter to you. Produce, display and distribute prints to raise awareness of your chosen cause.
Over everything that exists
Create a collage poem with Belinda Zhawi that explores your thoughts and feelings about home, identity and language.
A Score for All of Us
Come together to make a collective soundtrack with artist Harold Offeh. Use your voice as an instrument and record a sound piece that expresses your concerns and aspirations. Create a message inspired by Ghanaian Adinkra symbols and add to a giant communal score.
Namuun Zimmermann and Rike Glaser
city in the sky
Create a city of the future with design duo Namuun Zimmerman and Rike Glaser. Use collage and drawing to create a banner that shows a fairer way of living together, inspired by the work of Superstudio, a radical architecture movement of the 1960s and 70s.
Explore a selection of contemporary and historical children’s books selected by Round Table Books in collaboration with Serpentine Education. Round Table Books is a Brixton based bookshop who specialise in diverse and inclusive children’s titles.