Climate Museum UK may one day have a single base (an office, a store, a workshop space) but it’s not intended as a visitor attraction in one building. For now, it is mobile. The pop-up museum will be flexible, to visit wherever it is needed.
So, what is the digital museum?
- When the museum pops up, responses of participants and new ideas for content will be generated. These will be shared digitally.
- As collections are acquired or made, such as books, posters or games, they may be reviewed or illustrated.
- We hope to signpost collections of climate art, science and campaign history so that ephemera, archives and artworks can be loaned for exhibitions by other museums.
- Social media activity, such as creative campaigns. Check out the blogposts, the Twitter feed, and Facebook page. of course.
- And, collections on Pinterest, Spotify and more. Read on to explore….
A growing collection of links to exhibitions, commissions and artworks across various genres of art, focused on climate change.
A collection of music and songs about climate change and the environment.
CULTURE AND SOCIETY IN A TIME OF CLIMATE CHANGE
Possible Culture – tools and workshop resources for cultural organisations to be future-facing and sustainable. Contact 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: