The museum is situated within an ecosystem of profound climate activism. Houstonians in recent years have banded together after severe climate events: local organizations and mutual aid groups that sprouted up in the wake of Hurricane Harvey continue to operate - due in large part to ongoing disasters that do not wait for recoveries to fully take place. The museum space is an opportunity to translate the work already being done in the activist realm within Houston into the realm of art and social memory. We hope to widen the path to sustainable life in the city by supporting work that exposes and redresses historical disparities built into complex systems and to also continue re-forming the ways in which our cultural values are upheld and shared. ☞ Lets talk!

A Climate Justice Museum

Feral Atlas at
Rice University Solar Studios

April 1 - August 31, 2022

A physical exhibit of Feral Atlas: The More-Than- Human Anthropocene - the digital humanities project curated and edited by Anna L. Tsing, Jennifer Deger, Alder Keleman Saxena and Feifei Zhou

A Climate Justice Museum

The museum is situated within an ecosystem of profound climate activism. Houstonians in recent years have banded together after severe climate events: local organizations and mutual aid groups that sprouted up in the wake of Hurricane Harvey continue to operate - due in large part to ongoing disasters that do not wait for recoveries to fully take place. The museum space is an opportunity to translate the work being done in the activist realm within Houston into the realm of art and social memory. We hope to widen the path to sustainable life by supporting work that exposes and redresses historical disparities built into complex systems and to also continue re-forming the ways in which our cultural values are upheld and shared.

Burst pipes removed after Winter Storm Uri, March 2021. Objects submitted to the museum's Living Library by Wei-Tin Jin