Past conferences

Explaining the Anthropocene (To Each Other): A Conversation Across the Disciplines
Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ, USA
April 22, 2016     Anthropocene Full Program

Mo’na: Our Pasts Before Us
22nd Pacific History Association Conference
Guam, Mariana Islands
May 19-21, 2016   Email pha2016guam@gmail.com

Anthropology, Weather, and Climate Change
British Museum
May 27-29, 2016

Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability
Twelfth International Conference
Portland State University, Portland, USA
January 21-23, 2016

2015 Museums & Climate Change Workshop:
The Anthropocene in Museums: Reflections, Projections and Imaginings
Deutsches Museum, Munich, Germany, 3-4 December 2015
Museum scholars, curators and other practitioners from around the world present critical conversations, workshops and media on the intersections of museums and their involvement in the Anthropocene.
For the full workshop guide please refer to: The Anthropocene in Museums Workshop program

“Activism, Art and Atolls:Communicating the Oceanic Anthropocene”
Dr Jenny Newell presents a public lecture
3 December, 2015. 18:00–19:30, Alter Seminarraum

Why the World Needs Anthropologists: Burning Issues of Our Hot Planet
Friday November 27, 2015 in Ljulbjana, Slovenia
Organized by the EASA Applied AnthropologyNetwork along with other organizations.  See video

Arts and Science of the Anthropocene
Grande Galerie de l’Evolution, Paris, France
October 22,23, 2015

World Symposium on Climate Change Adaption 
Manchester, United Kingdom
September 2-4, 2015

Transformations2015
Stockholm, Sweden
October 5-7, 2015
Focused on transformations to sustainability; the challenge of solving problems in the Anthropocene and creating conditions for good lives for people, today and in the future, while strengthening Earth’s life support system.

European Society for Oceanists  
Brussels, Belgium
June 24-27, 2015
Included several sessions around climate change in the Pacific, and a theater performance, Moana, about Pan-Pacific impacts of climate change.

21st International Symposium on Society and Resource Management 
College of Charleston
Charleston, South Carolina, USA
June 13-18, 2015

Climate Change in Culture Conference
University of Prince Edward Island
Prince Edward Island Convention Centre in Charlottetown, Canada
May 28-31, 2015

Museums, Coastlines, and the Sea
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich
May 20-22, 2015

2015 Pacific Climate Change Roundtable (PCCR)
Apia, Samoa
May 11-13, 2015

Rauschenberg Confab “Rising Waters” and Public Art/Infrastructure Project for the City of Seattle Seawall
Captiva Island, Florida
April 27-May 29, 2015

2015 Dialogue Forums: Climate, poverty, catastrophes – Save the World! 
Munich Re Foundation
Munich, Bavaria (Freistaat Bayern), Germany
February 24, March 3, April 14, May 6, 2015

Energy Cultures in the Age of the Anthropocene Conference
University of Iowa March 5-8, 2015
For more info visit: http://uianthropocene.com/

Arctic Frontiers 2015: Climate and Energy
Ninth Arctic Frontiers Conference
Tromsø, Norway January 18-23, 2015

Conference on Environmental, Economic, and Social Sustainability
Eleventh International Conference
Scandic Copenhagen Hotel, Copenhagen January 21-23, 2015

Anthropocene Slam
Nelson Institute / Center for Culture, History and Environment,
University of Wisconsin-Madison November 8-10, 2014

 XIX: Environing Exhibits: Science, Technology and Museums in the Anthropocene 
Deutsches Museum Munich
October 26-28, 2014

The Third International Conference for Small Island Developing States (SIDS)
Apia, Samoa.
September 1-4, 2014
Pre-conference programing: August 28-30

Curating the Anthropocene
Conference session, American Historical Association
Washington, DC January 2-4, 2014
Chair: Jim Fleming
Speakers: Smithsonian, and Jenny Newell, American Museum of Natural History

2013 Museums & Climate Change Workshop:
Collecting the Future
International workshop, American Museum of Natural History
New York October 2-3, 2013
Convenors: Kirsten Wehner, Libby Robin, Jenny Newell, Jacklyn Lacey

Past M&CC Network Workshops

2nd Museums & Climate Change Workshop
Munich 2015

The Anthropocene in Museums: Reflections, Projections and Imaginings

Deutsches Museum, Munich, Germany

The Anthropocene is an idea now challenging and inspiring museums of many different kinds and in many parts of the world. This invitational workshop focused on how museum scholars, curators and other practitioners have responded to this concept with new experiments in collecting, exhibiting and programming. It explored what the community of museums engaged with contemporary cultural and environmental issues has learned to date about working with and in the Anthropocene, and asked how these experiences might inform future projects.

Presentations and discussion explored the Deutsches Museum’s Welcome to the Anthropocene exhibition, focusing particularly on how audiences have responded to this ground-breaking gallery. This project was drawn into conversation with other current and emerging projects, including the Deutsches Museum’s forthcoming Energy Transitions exhibition, the National Museum of Australia’s Australia in the Age of Humans project and the American Museum of Natural History’s work with Pacific museums responding to climate change.

For more information about this event please visit the Museums and Climate Change Network Blog.

For the full workshop guide please refer to:

The Anthropocene in Museums Workshop program

 

Convenors

Please direct enquiries to one of the convenors:

Kirsten Wehner, National Museum of Australia, kirsten.wehner@nma.gov.au

Libby Robin, Australian National University, libby.robin@anu.edu.au

Jenny Newell, American Museum of Natural History, jnewell@amnh.org

Helmuth Trischler, Rachel Carson Center / Deutsches Museum, h.trischler@deutsches-museum.de

This workshop was sponsored by the Deutsches Museum, the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society ( www.carsoncenter.uni-muenchen.de ) and the Museums and Climate Change Network

Climate Change and Anthropocene Exhibitions

2014-2016

Willkommen im Anthropozän  (Welcome to the Anthropocene)
Deutsches Museum, Munich
You tube trailer
Review by James Clifford 

Climate Control
Manchester Museum, United Kingdom

 Museu do Amanhã (Museum of Tomorrow)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Anthropocene
Musée de la Nature du Valais, Sion, Switzerland

Atmosphere: exploring climate science
Science Museum, London

ScienceMuseum_London_AG0812

Rising Waters: Photographs of Sandy
Museum of the City of New York, New York

Human Origins: Climate Change and Human Evolution 
National Museum of Natural History, District of Columbia

exhibitions_NMNH_AG0812

Willkommen im Anthropozän/Welcome to the Anthropocene
Deutsches Museum, Berlin

Climate + Change
International Mountain Museum, Pokhara

Climate Change, Climate Challenge
Science Center, Singapore

Climate Change and Its Impact
The Jockey Museum of Climate Change, Hong Kong

Earth Lab: Degrees of Change
Koshland Science Museum, Washington, DC

2013-2014

Carbon 14: Climate is Culture
Cape Farewell and Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto

2012-2013

Rivers of Ice: Vanishing Glaciers of the Greater Himalaya
MIT Museum, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

2012

Seasons of Change: Global warming in your backyard
Peabody Museum, Yale

2010

Then & Now: The Changing Arctic Landscape
Museum of the North, University of Alaska (Fairbanks, Alaska)

Then & Now traveling exhibit

2009

Climate Change: our future, our choice
The Australian Museum, Sydney

Climate Change traveling exhibit

2009

Climate change exhibition
Uganda Museum and the British High Commission

2008-2009

Climate Change: The threat to life and a new energy future
American Museum of Natural History, New York

2007

Climate change: Our global experiment
Harvard Museum of Natural History (Cambridge, Mass.)

Klima X
The Norwegian National Museum of Science, Technology, and Medicine, Oslo

Feeling the Heat: The Climate Challenge
Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego (La Jolla, California)

Global Warming
American Museum of Natural History

 

2001-ongoing

Cape Farewell
David Buckland’s international cultural program, based at the Dana Center, Science Museum, London

 

Exhibitions with climate change content

2014-2015

Nature’s Fury: The science of natural disasters
American Museum of Natural History, New York

2012-2013

Our Global Kitchen: Food, Nature, Culture
American Museum of Natural History, New York

2007-2008

Water: H2O = Life
American Museum of Natural History, New York

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