“Syjunta” is an old Swedish word that means a group of people meeting for a sewing circle or to work with handicrafts. This is exactly what you can do every day at our temporary exhibition Textile Playground. There are sewing machines, needles, threads and lots of textiles for you to use. There are also DIY templates to make simple textile products. Welcome!
Our workshop is open every day during weeks 7 and 8 (12-25 February). Unleash your creativity and create together. Take inspiration from our exhibition Textile Playground and its pattern theme. Access is included in the entrance fee and opening hours are the same as for the museum.
Lasagne - for our younger visitors
Winter break is coming up and therefore the restaurant will focus a bit extra on our younger visitors these weeks. Starting on the 12th of February, the kitchen offers a special menu for kids - lasagne (of course with a vegetarian option, together with gluten- and lactose free options). But don´t get too full - we also offer an "eat till you drop"- special dessert menu.
Syjunta with expert help!
Would you like to try sewing? Join our syjunta*! In the temporary exhibition Textile Playground at IKEA Museum you will find sewing machines, needles, threads and lots of textiles to choose from. Feel free to create! (we also offer do-it-yourself templates). Our experts Ebba and Karin will offer guidance and inspiration 3-4th of February and 17-18th of February.
* Syjunta is an old Swedish word meaning a group of people meeting in a craft group, for example sewing or knitting.
Co-createIKEA is an open invitation to the world to create a better everyday life for the many people, together. On Wednesday 28 February you are welcome to contribute with your ideas on the seating and storage combination SVANÖ. This will be the first time SVANÖ will be shown in public.
The workshop will be held Wednesday 28 February in the Classroom at IKEA Museum.
Welcome to drop in between 12.30 and 18! The workshop is included in the admission fee.
Thursday 8 March Anna Paulsson, IKEAs Diversity & Inclusion Specialist, will visit IKEA Museum. Anna will talk about IKEAs vision of an inclusive work environment and an organisation with co-workers that reflect the many people in the world. How has IKEA worked with this in the past, how are we working with it now, and foremost – how can we get even better?
Welcome to Filmsalen at IKEA Museum 8 March at 12.15 (in Swedish) and 13.00 (in English). The lecture lasts 30 minutes and will be followed by questions and discussion. Everyone is welcome!