Climate Fiction Festival

Climate Fiction Festival

Climate Fiction? Yep. Check out this free online literature event to find our what Climate Fiction is and why we already love the idea of it! #MFFrecommends

“3 Days of Literature Dedicated to Climate Fiction”

“Climate Fiction or cli fi is a new trend in international literature that takes the climate crisis seriously. Mystery novels, thrillers, science fiction, poetry, the social novel and narrative nonfiction – cli fi is literature with attitude and an open approach to the most important challenge of our time.”

“The Climate Fiction Festival 2020 in Berlin is the first multi-day literary festival worldwide with a sole focus on the climate crisis and literature. For the first edition, we’ve invited writers and experts from Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, Germany, Turkey, the UK and the USA.”

Education for Action

Education for Action

Join the Climate Museum of New York City for an online celebration of what has already been accomplished and what the future holds for the museum and its extensive community. #MFFrecommends

“Please join us for a live stream Open House for GivingTuesday! We’ll celebrate all our community accomplished in this challenging year and preview what’s to come in 2021. We look forward to hearing your input. The Climate Museum team and special programming partners will share our plans for panel discussions, internships and youth arts, climate engagement tools, and future exhibitions—all with a focus on new opportunities and new imperatives.”

Find our more here!

Using Art for Climate Change

Using Art for Climate Change

Art, performance, climate, activism. Check out the upcoming Climate Cafe of Aberdeen Climate Action, entitled Using Art for Climate Change. #MFFrecommends

 

“December’s Climate Cafe brings us talented performers and activists. The Climate Cafe is a monthly event organised by Aberdeen Climate Action. Each month focuses on a different topic related to climate action, research and solutions. This month will follow a slightly different structure, we will be hearing from a selection of artists and storytellers, who will be performing and talking about their connection with the climate movement.”

 

The event is free and online, but don’t forget to register.

Museums and Social Impact: Climate

Although the entire program of the 2020 MuseumDigit Conference, organized by the Hungarian National Museum’s National Centre of Museological Methodology and Information is ripe with interesting events, Paviliton C will be especially interesting for anyone interested in museum sector activities addressing climate change and social justice. #MFFrecommends

Participants will include: Ferenc Jordán, Diane Drubay, Nick Merriman, Kirsten Drotner, Anna Chiara Cimoli, Maria Chiara Ciaccherri and more.

Register now, it will be online and free!

 

Museums Facing Extinction – new video collection!

Museums Facing Extinction – new video collection!

Our longtime partner, We Are Museums has just posted a fantastic collection of videos entitled Museums Facing Extinction – check it out!

It features inspiring online presentations from renowned museum professionals speaking about the various challenges museums face(d) in 2020 and the inspiring opportunities they have to help build the world back in a better, more sustainable way.

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