Pimp a MoMu tote bag completely "kawaii" with artist Sebastian Masuda.The MOMU museum is a guest at the MAS museum for this workshop

"Kawaii" means more than just cute. It also denotes immaturity, helplessness and a gentle nature: by plunging into a world of childish fantasy, people can escape conformity to the dominant norm.

In this workshop you pimp a MoMu tote bag and you go home with your own "Kawaii" creation. The workshop runs one hour. You can choose out of three time slots when you book your ticket.

Japan’s Sebastian Masuda has achieved worldwide recognition as an artist and kawaii pioneer. Masuda’s travels and activities serve to unite the worldwide kawaii-community and in 2017 he was appointed cultural ambassador for Japan.

Practical informatoin

  • When: Saturday October 19, 14.00h - 
  • Price: €20 Price includes tote bag, materials and ticket to the Cool Japan expo
    Children younger than 12 must be accompanied by a (non-paying) supervisor
  • Do you have some plush animals, puppets, pom poms, ... at home? Don't hesitate to bring them along!

Book your ticket

You can cancel up to 30 days before the workshop takes place. You can transfer your ticket to another person. Please contact friends@momu.be if you wish to do so.