Save time, buy your tickets before your visit!

Please note that the youth exhibition My place is temporarily closed.



Jun 14 2023 to Jan 3 2024


Our Time on Earth


Exhibition - Musée de la civilisation

- Location -

Musée de la civilisation

85, rue Dalhousie
Quebec City (Québec) G1K 8R2
T. 418 643-2158
Toll-free 1 866 710-8031

Directions

Musée de la civilisation

Musée de la civilisation

85, rue Dalhousie
Quebec City (Québec) G1K 8R2
T. 418 643-2158
Toll-free 1 866 710-8031

Directions

- Date -

Jun 14 2023 to Jan 3 2024

- Fees -

Admission Fees

5 and under$0
6 – 11$5
12 – 17$7
18 – 34 $15
Adults (35+)$20
65 and +$19
Families$45
MembersFree

view rates

5 and under$0
6 – 11$5
12 – 17$7
18 – 34 $15
Adults (35+)$20
65 and +$19
Families$45
MembersFree

Through art, design, science and philosophy, explore an alternative future and concrete ideas for positive change in response to climate disruption, a critical and highly topical issue.

The Musée de la civilisation is partnering with London's prestigious Barbican Centre to co-produce this major international exhibition.

First presented in London in summer 2022, the exhibition will come in 2023 to the Musée de la civilisation, where it will be adapted to reflect local climate issues and solutions.

Through a dozen immersive contemporary artworks—most of which were created specially for the exhibition—Our Time on Earth focuses on the solutions to the crisis and encourages us to dream up a better world together. Biodiversity conservation, agriculture and food, energy, mobility and transportation, construction and consumption are some of the themes addressed.

Visitors of all ages and from all walks of life will feel challenged by this unique exploration that has the power to change perceptions. They will even be able to take action, right in the exhibition room, by committing to concrete steps now!

 

Photo : The World Beneath Our Feet, Holition with George Monbiot Our Time on Earth, 2022 Barbican Centre 5 May – 29 August 2022 Installation view © Tim Whitby / Getty Images