Docent-Led Tour of the Pop-Up Climate Museum Exhibition The End of Fossil Fuel (Saturday, April 6, 1:45 p.m.)

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Bicycle in front of Climate Museum

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Join us for a docent-led tour of what Time Out calls one of the best museum exhibitions in New York City.

The End of Fossil Fuel, the last exhibition at the pop-up Climate Museum before it leaves New York City, explores how the fossil fuel industry, whose product is causing the climate crisis, manages to keep making a killing off of killing us—and what we can do about it. The exhibition features artist R. Gregory Christie’s forty-five-foot mural Making Tomorrow, which examines the impact of the climate crisis on the American landscape, both real and imagined, as well as a climate action incubator, interactive maps, and more inspiring activities. Overall, the exhibition tells a story that encompasses the hard truths we must confront to arrive at a vibrant, earned belief in the better future we can make together.

R. Gregory Christie is an artist and an illustrator of children’s books and more. He is an NAACP Image Award winner, a six-time Coretta Scott King Honor recipient, and a Caldecott Honor winner. He’s won additional awards from the New York Times, the Museum of Tolerance, and the Boston Globe. Christie is focused on encouraging audiences to find a love for learning and to build bridges of empathy.

The Climate Museum is the first museum dedicated to climate change in the United States. Its programming integrates art, social science, and activism to deepen understanding of the climate crisis, build connections, and advance just solutions. The Climate Museum’s interactive exhibitions have engaged the public in settings as diverse as the New York Estuary, Rockefeller Center, Washington Square Park, and Governors Island.

Alisha Park ’13 is a new Bryn Mawr Club of New York City board member who is passionate about climate matters. While at Bryn Mawr, she was co-chair of Green Ambassadors, a student group focusing on sustainability and heat reductions in the dormitories, and received a Sustainability Leadership Award in 2013. After Bryn Mawr, she cofounded Greener JC, an environmental nonprofit group in New Jersey, celebrating five years in 2024.

WHAT: Docent-led tour of the pop-up Climate Museum exhibition The End of Fossil Fuel, organized by Alisha Park ’13
WHEN: Saturday, April 6, 1:45 p.m.
WHERE: 120 Wooster Street (between Prince and Spring Streets)
HOW MUCH: $25 per person; adults and children welcome
RSVP HERE. Please respond by April 1. Space is limited; first come, first served. Reservations are transferable but not refundable.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT: Alisha Park ’13 at or 617-276-7792