Museum of Tomorrow
Inspired by the current trend of popular pop-up museums, Museum of Tomorrow portrays climate change via an innovative approach. It translates an abstract and distant issue, Climate Change, into a tangible and immediate experience for the public through five interactive exhibits and behavior change challenges. Through visual, experiential, instagrammable exhibits, we are making over the concept of battling climate change, transforming it from something negative and far off, into something fun, immersive and actionable.
Mueseum of Tomorrow (MoT) is a pop-up museum experience started by a group of Berkeley Masters students, and entered several competitions since its inception in 2018:
1. Big Ideas Contest, with 300+ competing teams worldwide annually
3rd place in Arts & Social Change Category/ 2018
2. Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation
Ignite Grantee/ 2019
3. Berkeley SkyDeck, Berkeley’s official accelerator
HotDesk Team/ 2019
Our founder was invited to speak as a panelist at the BearFounder’s event and MoT is currently being published in the Promises of Berkeley Magazine. For more information, read our new blog!
The Museum of Tomorrow is designed to bridge the gap between mainstream pop-culture and sustainability with highly engaging and Instagrammable exhibitions. It is designed to tap into college students who bear a huge burden of climate change in their lifespans, but also have crucial and enormous change potential and impact.