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Youngsook Choi Alternative Family Trees

Do Something Saturdays: Alternative Family Trees

What does ‘family’ and ‘belonging’ really mean? Do Something Saturdays is back with new activities inspired by our exhibition Future Ages Will Wonder.

88 Wood Street
L1 4DQ
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The Box, Ground Floor


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Part of the Radical Ancestry season

This special edition has been developed by our Learning Team with researcher and visual artist, Youngsook Choi, to explore the formation of families, community and kinship.

Together with the artist, we will make alternative family trees. A family tree usually shows the roots of our family history, made up of the names of our family members in a chronological order. Instead of focusing on marital names to show who our relatives are, this workshop explores the meaning of ‘family’ and ‘belonging’ by sharing stories and memories which will form the elements of a beautiful family mobile to take home.

All young people are welcome with their accompanying guardians/parents. Some of the more technical activities are suited for ages 7 up to 13. There will be craft-based activities available for under 7 years old, so the whole family can come along.

This event is part of our Lunar New Year Weekend at FACT. Discover our full programme of events.

FACT is funded by Arts Council England and Liverpool City Council. This event is supported by Artsformation, which has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. Artsformation is a research project exploring the intersection between arts, society and technology.

Trisha Baga 1620 2020 Image by Rob Battersby Installation view at FACT WEB RES


Future Ages Will Wonder



Future Ages Will Wonder presents an 'alternative museum' of artworks that use science and technology to question our past and offer new ways of understanding who we are and where we belong.

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