The Nelson Provincial Museum | Pupuri Taonga o Te Tai Ao warmly invite the Nelson Tasman public to attend the launch event for our new exhibition 'MELTDOWN: Visualising Climate Change', developed by Project Pressure.
We are thrilled to be joined by Joanna Santa Barbara, Chair of the Nelson Tasman Climate Forum, as our guest speaker.
Event details and RVSP under this link: https://www.nelsonmuseum.co.nz/what-is-on/meltdown-exhibition-opening-event
MELTDOWN: Visualising Climate Change is a narrative on the importance of the world’s glaciers, the impact of climate change and their fate, through the prism of art, photography, and film.
Featuring work from every relevant continent on the planet, from over 10 international artists, this exhibition leads the viewer on a scientific, illustrative, and poetic journey of climate change and its consequences.
MELTDOWN is an exhibition created by the climate change charity Project Pressure. Project Pressure use art as a positive touch-point to inspire action and behavioural change.
This EXHIBITION is FREE for Nelson Tasman locals, and will continue until 2d of October.
More information on the exhibition here: https://www.nelsonmuseum.co.nz/