Museum of impact powerpoint pdf

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Museum of impact powerpoint pdf

  2. AFFILIATIONS MOI is an Interdisciplinary Social Justice Museum. These are Proposed Memberships /Accreditations
  3. INTERACTIVE WEBSITE The MOI website is participatory and challenges viewers to react and share via a visceral reaction to visitors facial expressions from around the world. The public is encouraged to upload their image with 3 different faces for others to ponder.
  4. MARKETING "It is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit, and a tribute to the future of solutions and social change” Anonymous Visitor Museum of Impact connects everyday people to powerful ideas, issues and intentional community. We facilitate live experiences and foster virtual interest to weave a stronger social fabric of inspired action. We curate culture, catalyze change and create emotional resonance around civic issues and community vision. We are the touchstone of charity community and change.
  5. CURATORIAL & PROGRAMMATIC THEMES Decorative Arts Center of Ohio, Lancaster Social Justice / Responsibility Technology & Design Environment & Sustainability Perception & Psychology Human & Civil Rights Privilege & Perspective Power & Intentionality Civic engagement Altruism & Charity Difference & Ability Volunteerism & Service Coalitions, Community, Charity Oppression & Access Connections, Divergences Enabling & Symbiosis A cause minded hub for everyone to explore civic context, experience social justice and engage in community uplift.
  6. LAUNCH - EXHIBITS YEAR 1 Akron Art Museum WISDOM PROJECT Inspired by the idea that one of the greatest gifts one generation can give to another is the wisdom it has gained from experience, multi- award-winning photographer and filmmaker Andrew Zuckerman has recorded the thoughts and ideas of more than fifty of the world's most prominent writers, artists, designers, actors, politicians, musicians, and religious and business leaders--all over sixty-five years old, i.e. Nelson Mandela. To create profound, honest, and truly revealing portraits of these luminaries, Zuckerman has captured their voices, their physical presence, and their written words.
  7. GRANDMOTHER POWER! Activist grandmothers are using their power to fight for a better future for grandchildren everywhere. For the first time in history, grandmothers around the world are campaigning universally and vigorously for political, economic and social justice. And they are succeeding. There are more grandmothers in the world today than ever before. They are younger, healthier, better educated, and better off than they have ever been. They are energetic and effective and they are modeling important lessons of collaboration, generosity, patience, perseverance and resilience.
  8. Akron Art Museum DO GOOD GREENWOOD Exhibition celebrating the 175th anniversary of Green- Wood Cemetery at the Cooper Union. Showcasing a selection of philanthropists who are interred at Green Wood Cemetery as an effort to further the philosophical notion of altruism. GROUND ZERO 360 Witness the startling aftermath of one of the most tragic events in American history – seeing what they saw, hearing the stories they heard and meeting the people they met. Through harrowing visuals, heartbreaking “missing posters” and a unique panoramic installation, Ground Zero 360 invites you to step into the past and feel what eight million New Yorkers were feeling in the days that followed the attacks. Visitors will hear previously unreleased emergency radio calls, and touch a fragment of twisted steel I-beam and broken granite from the World Trade Center. Ground Zero 360 allows the onlooker to experience the enduring events of September 11th and celebrate the tremendous courage and dignity of a nation under fire.
  9. EXHIBITS YEAR 2 A World WithoutenTitle: How You See Me. The legend, myth, identity and lore of our natural selves Descriptions. Assumptions. Stereotypes. Iconoclasts If you took a photograph depicting a world without prisons, what would it look like? The U.S. is a prison nation. There is no other society in the history of humanity that has imprisoned more people. Over 2.2 million people are incarcerated in this country. Yet research and anecdotal evidence show that incarceration makes people worse and does not improve public safety. This is not justice. Nor is it humane. We believe that this must change. We have to envision what a world without prison can and should look like so that we can build that world together. Through this exhibit which brings together the visions of incarcerated youth and people on the outside, we want to engage the public in imagining a world without prisons.
  10. MOI would have several audio stations and tablets filled with video lectures, ebooks and musical performances. We would routinely program whimsy, joyful and fun activities that have creative flourishes. This NYC busking band the Drumatics would perform at our launch or fundraisers to liven up the energy.
  11. Everybody Needs Somebody Aging-Out of Foster Care Project exhibits and publishes the images and stories of former foster youth in our area who have experienced “aging-out” for themselves. We believe in the power of storytelling to inspire thoughtful conversation and lasting change. Facts and statistics just don’t cut it, what we are doing is putting a story, a name, and a face to untold stories. A photography show will introduce children, families, and educators on Long Island to the diversity of youth aging out of the foster care system in NYC and Long Island through large format photographic prints. There will be interactive 3D elements to introduce young kids to foster care, adoption, and multi-race family units. We hope to spark conversations about alternative family structures and the concept that not all children have someone to call mom or dad, grandma or grandpa. We will include QR codes to accompany many of the images so that older museum-goers can read the more detailed stories and see more images from the project. The QR codes enable us to have two exhibitions in one: a child-friendly version, and one that enables older teens, tweens, parents, and educators to delve more deeply into each young adult’s story
  12. Decorative Arts Center of Ohio, Lancaster Akron Art Museum Immersive Textured Environment * Low Lighting Dramatic Entryway Nature Inspired Wayfinding Kiosks MUSEUM OF IMPACT AESTHETIC Large Scale Murals Permanent Gallery Street View
  13. 5 EXHIBITS FOR 5 YEARS Akron Art Museum MALALA Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenager shot by the Taliban for promoting education for girls, called on world leaders to provide free compulsory schooling for every child in a U.N. address on Friday timed to coincide with her 16th birthday. Speaking to youth leaders from more than 100 countries, she called for “a global struggle against illiteracy, poverty and terrorism. Let us pick up our books and our pens,” she said. “They are our most powerful weapons. One child, one teacher, one book, and one pen can change the world. Education is the only solution.” Experience a timeline interactive exhibit about her life, her values, her courage.
  14. Akron Art Museum OutSpoken : Sisters Speaking Truth to Power Showcasing a remarkable collection of artworks, this exhibition aims to increase awareness of the economic, political, environmental and social impact of the finding the courage to be heard. having a sense of agency and collective responsibility to defend and uphold your truth, your way, in your voice. Emerging from a diversity of issues from fair trade coffee, to public art, to positive media images, to the need for people of color to be equally represented; The women featured in this show have each given a personal quote, and an artifact that represents their movement, and sing a song that resonates with us all. The Endangered Species: A Visual Response to the Vanishing Black Man. Against the backdrop of exquisite beauty, this show interrogates masculinity, sexuality, slavery, vanity, mental poverty and the futility of aspiration. Each piece is a riotous installation—a visual treasure hunt. Bespoke top hats, gilded icons, and ancient timepieces knit together with vibrant butterflies, luscious flowers, and florid peacock eyes to tell the story of black folk. These collages in three-dimension represent archeology of black America—Welch’s tribute to a dying race. “From within a fields of color and metaphor, black men lookout—beautiful but without hope-vanishing.” To tell the truth is noble, but to evoke it— that’s art.
  15. RACE: Are We So Different? We all know that people look different. Throughout history, those differences have been a source of strength, community and personal identity. They have also been the basis for discrimination and oppression. RACE: Are We So Different? helps visitors understand what race is and what it is not. The exhibit explores three themes giving visitors tools to recognize racial ideas and practices in contemporary American life.  the everyday experience of race  the contemporary science that is challenging common ideas about race  the history of this idea in the United States God Center : Reflections on the Meaning of Life This exhibit is starting a conversation and fostering tolerance and understanding between people of divergent faiths and views. Featuring a holistic analysis of ideologies and milestones of spiritual collaboration that has tackled social issues, exploring themes of Spirituality, theology. piety, alms, forgiveness, guilt, loyalty, afterlife. Quotes about Love, sacrifice, living well, edicts, scriptures, prayers from all major world religions will be inscribed a cylindrical prayer wheel that is tactile. Visitors can add their own quotes surahs, mantras and reflections to a ‘Wisdom Wall’.
  16. MOI JR. / CHILDRENS MUSEUM There will be plenty of colorful, whimsical spaces that encourage children to play, and have fun
  17. BRAINSTORMING GARDEN & CREATIVE GENIUS LOUNGES We encourage members of the public to have meetings, TedTalks, Pecha Kucha’s, Seminars, Teach In’s and create in our space. Our gardens, lounges and atriums will be well appointed, Zen like and full of moxie.
  19. MUSEUM GIFT SHOP Marketing Museum Store & Retail Sales Colorful, Bright, Fun playful, light filled objects with sustainable certification, or a percentage of proceeds donated to charitable causes family friendly gifts and places to rest.
  20. ENTRYWAY PERMANENT EXHIBIT SEPIA GREEN Exploring the intersectionality of human consumptions, natures resilience, the implied tensions of industrialization vs eco sustainability and the biosphere that encases us all.
  21. MUSEUM ENTRYWAY & PLACEMAKING MOI will have striking, bold modern architectural features, to engage and command attention. Winding Stairway Front Desk & Foyer with Upstanders etched in Wall Art : Mandela, Ghandi, Marcus Garvey, MLK, Dorothy Height, Mary McLeod Bethune, Malcolm X, Desmond Tutu, Mother Theresa, Ruby Dee, Bono, Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman, Paul Robeson etc. Columns' of Good Reads. Visitors can pull one out and read in our library for as long as they like.
  22. JOIN US MOI FOR OUR LAUNCH @ BAM CULTRAL ARTS DISTRICT. BROOKLYN MLK WEEKEND 2014 Calling all Upstanders, Active Citizens, Change Makers, Do Gooder, Students, Professionals, Retirees, Millennials, Academics. Everyone from all walks of Life are Welcome. Like us on Facebook to receive a free ‘EarthKeeprs” Ice Cream Cone Museum of Impact = Social Change Wonderland!