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EcoLogic :: Make your own exhibition: An Exhibition Brief example

EcoLogic :: Make your own exhibition: An Exhibition Brief example

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Published by: Powerhouse Museum on Aug 21, 2012
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12/04/2013

 
AN EXAMPLE OF AN EXHIBITION BRIEF
Exhibition title
: Designing or our uture
Main message
: Every one o us has the power to slow climate change by making smart consumer choices.
Storyline3D objectsImages/text/other
Human industry and activity is changing the Earth’sclimate, making it hotter, and increasing theseverity o droughts and oods. We can minimisethose changes i we make small changes to ourown liestyles and buy products designed or theenvironment.
•Introductorylabel
Theme 1
Iftheclimategetshotteranddrier,cropswillfail
and water will become scarce. Droughts, stormsand bushfres will get worse.
•Themelabel
Subtheme 1.1
Scientists predict that Australia’s climate will warm,sea levels will rise and storms and droughts willbecome more intense.Depth indicator or a causeway or dam, with oodor drought years indicated at dierent heights
•Subthemelabel•MapshowingCSIRO’spredictionsfor
temperature and rainall changes
•Photoofpeopleinaercestorm(preferablya
recent Australian one)
•Soundrecordingofastorm.
Subtheme 1.2
Thelocalclimatehasalreadychangedinthelast
50 years.
•Oldraingauge•Localweatherrecordswithaphotooftheperson
who recorded them
•Subthemelabel•Photoofalocation50yearsago•Photoofthesamelocationtoday•Videointerviewswithlocalpeopletalkingabout
how weather patterns have changed
Produced by the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, with assistance from the New South Wales Government through its Environmental Trust.
 
Storyline3D objectsImages/text/otherSubtheme 1.3
Food and water will become scarcer and moreexpensive. Grow your own, or join a co-op that buyslocal produce.
•Foodpackets•Modelsoffruit•Fruitjuicebottles•Milkcarton•Flyersfromlocalfoodco-operatives•Subthemelabel•Photoofpeoplegrowingvegetables
Theme 2
Mostoftheworld’sclimatescientistsagreethat
the greenhouse eect is responsible or warmingthe Earth. Greenhouse gases are released into theatmosphere when we burn coal, oil and gas topower cars, trucks, businesses and homes.
•Themelabel
Subtheme 2.1
Thegreenhouseeffect:howisithappening•Subthemelabel•Postershowinghowthegreenhouseeffectis
happening.
Subtheme 2.2
What are ossil uels and why are they a problem?
•Lumpofcoal•Toypetrolbowserorpetrolcan•Gashotplatering•Subthemelabel•Posterofthecarboncycle
Subtheme 2.3
Which gases are greenhouse gases and where dothey come rom?
•Toycowsgrazing•Toycars•Toytrucks•Toyaeroplane•Toytrain•Subthemelabel•Photoofacoal-redpowerstation

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