Summary PART ONE: Climate Change, Sustainability & Museums

PART ONE: Climate Change, Sustainability & Museums

 

Read five essential texts from the Lecture 13 Learning Materials (see attachments) and then independently research the activist groups Extinction Rebellion, Dear Climate, and Liberate Tate. Then create your own video or audio recording within VoiceThread in which you present your thoughts on museums and climate change, using a few examples from the case studies listed below. You must incorporate information from a few of the lecture’s readings.

NOTE: you just need to write and I will record my voice reading what you wrote

 

CASE STUDIES

  • Royal British Columbia Museum (RBCM)
  • Manchester Museum’s Rubbish Night
  • Museum of Reading’s Where’s Reading Heading?
  • Activist groups: Extinction Rebellion, Dear Climate, Liberate Tate
  • Serpentine’s General Ecology Program
  • Horniman Museum and Gardens in London – Environmental Champions scheme
  • Tate Modern Sustainability Plan, summer 2019.
  • Swedish Museum of Natural History (SMNH)

 

 

PART TWO: Museum Futures & Post-Covid

read at least four of the assigned texts ( see below), and in no less than 500 words, post what you think the future of museums will look like. In other words, how will museums reconcile with all of the social justice concerns we’ve learned about in this course? What suggestions could you offer a museum professional—about what to do and what not to do? Be sure to reference the texts you’ve read in this lecture.

 

Read at least 4 the following for your Lecture 14 assignment:

 

 

 

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