- Ford partners with Climate Museum to support major work illustrating the effects of climate change
- Live installation of art exhibit designed to engage new audiences around the topic of climate change and provide opportunity for dialogue
- Ford will host members of its Blue Table Forum at special art preview and reception during Climate Week
NEW YORK — Today, at the fourteenth convening of Climate Week NYC, the largest global climate event of its kind, Ford is partnering with the Climate Museum to bring in a live installation of “Someday, all this,” a mural by artist David Opdyke offering a bracing commentary on the impact of the climate crisis on the American landscape.
On Wednesday, September 21 from 10am to 3:30pm, Opdyke, assisted by Museum staff, will install a mural made of hundreds of hand-modified postcards, sharing a behind-the-scenes look at his process with visitors.
The installation will be at The Nest Summit Campus, the official event partner of Climate Week NYC, at the Javits Center on September 21.
The artwork will remain on view Thursday, September 22 from 7:30am to 3:30pm, before it moves to the Museum’s Soho pop-up on October 8.
Climate Week is held in New York City each September in conjunction with the United Nations General Assembly. Climate Week NYC 2022 will focus on “Getting It Done.”