Red Road to DC: “Salmon People: Indigenous Resistance & Resilience in Alaska”
Since time immemorial, the salmon have been sacred to the identities, traditions, and cultural lifeways of Alaska Native peoples. Today, both the salmon and the people that steward them are imperiled by the toxic effects of mineral extraction and industrial logging, and impacted communities are fighting back.
Exhibition: “Hlk’yak’ii: To Start a Fire”
The Natural History Museum is pleased to take part Hlk’yak’ii: To Start A Fire, a group exhibition at the Haida Gwaii Museum that aims to facilitate and promote sovereign and sustainable solutions to energy independence and human resilience in the face of climate change.
The World We Need: An Exploration of Art & Justice
Join us for a virtual exhibition, discussion, and interactive digital experience featuring artists Favianna Rodriguez and NHM Director Beka Economopoulos from the climate anthology The World We Need.
NO WORK, NO SHOP: Socio-Environmental Imagination and Pedagogies of Action
This event explores socio-environmental imagination as resistance to the advance of neo-extractivist policies. Featuring artists and environmental justice activists working in North and Latin America, including Steve Lyons, Research Director at The Natural History Museum.