Climate Museum UK will be a real museum.
It may ultimately have a single venue, but it’s not a very climate-friendly thing to create a building, so the idea is to create a core display. The ‘de luxe’ version of this display could be purchased by any organisation for their own venue, adding to and adapting it. The mobile version will be hire-able for a temporary display or event. It might pop up in conferences or empty shops.
So, what is the digital museum version?
- As the real display content is developed, some resources will be downloadable to print and replicate.
- As partners adapt the display, and more stories or ideas are generated through participatory activities, some elements may form a growing online collection of shareable content.
- As collections are acquired, such as books, posters or games, they will be reviewed or illustrated, with links to find out more. (If you want to donate something, get in touch to describe your offer. Only small/portable items.)
For now, here is some digital content to explore:
A growing collection of links to exhibitions, commissions and artworks across various genres of art, focused on climate change.
Here’s an emerging collection of music and songs about climate change and the environment.
ORGANISATIONS AND SOCIETY LIVING IN A TIME OF CLIMATE CHANGE
Possible Culture – tools and workshop resources for cultural organisations to be future-facing and sustainable. Contact Bridget McKenzie on ClimateMuseumUK@gmail.com if you’d like to discuss a facilitated training session or workshop around any of these topics.
Articles about culture and learning in a time of climate change.
MORE COLLECTIONS OF INSPIRATION
A Pinterest-based collection of thousands of photos, infographics and inspirations.
If you’d like to be a pinner to any of these boards please connect and let me know your Pinterest ID and interest in a board)
Room 1: Exploring the state of the planet and appreciating its beauty:
Room 2: Ideas for taking action and imagining a better world:
ALTERNATIVES TO HOLDING A BALLOON RELEASE (even biodegradable balloons kill wildlife as they take months to biodegrade)
Behind the Scenes: For those interested in what Climate Museum UK might be: