Our current exhibition, Taking Action, features hands-on learning about solutions for the climate crisis; a space to confront the barriers to their implementation; and an invitation to meaningful group action. It's inspired by the new youth climate movement, which is celebrated in a central photo gallery, and staffed principally by high schoolers.
Climate Signals was a public art installation of ten solar-powered highway signs by Justin Brice Guariglia. Unexpectedly staged in parks and public spaces across New York City, the signs flashed climate change alerts in five different languages.
For the Climate Museum Hub at Governors Island, we designed and operated our first temporary space. The galleries featured a photography exhibition, Climate Changers of New York, and a digital interactive, Create Your Own Climate Signal.
December 2017—February 2018
Our first exhibition presented a large-scale reproduction of Zaria Forman’s soft pastel drawing and a new photography and video installation by Peggy Weil. In Human Time was presented at the Arnold and Sheila Aronson Galleries at the Parsons School of Design.