Science, technology, architecture and art converge to question the nature and purpose of survival within the context of climate change and natural disaster: How do we design and retrofit our built world to adapt to increased uncertainty and do it affordably? How do we produce dwellings that have a full life-cycle of durability pre, during and post-disaster?
Join "Survival Architecture and the Art of Resilience" guest curator Randy Jayne Rosenberg for an exhibition walk-through and conversation exploring adaptable and sustainable housing in the age of climate change. Doors open at 6PM, talk begins at 7PM. Free with museum admission.