A bus from the future: TIMESHIP #39 tour is here

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – A timeship from the future just rolled into town. Aboard—two brave time travelers who have journeyed back from 2113 in hopes of sparking change for a better future.

By transforming a school bus into a museum-on-wheels, Delta Collaborative presents the time-traveling pop-up museum: TIMESHIP #39. The TIMESHIP tells the story of our environmental crisis, the future that is being created, and how we might be able to change it.

TIMESHIP #39 is the futuristic work of Emma Yip and Elena Ricciardi.

It features exhibits that paint a dark picture of our time: climate change, consumerism, inequality, and degradation. Alongside these are stories of innovation, change-makers, and the ways individuals and communities can better the environment.

TIMESHIP #39 offers realistic, achievable goals in the hopes that people will leave inspired and emboldened to imagine a better future. TIMESHIP #39 is free and open to the public in whatever town it pops up in.

Time travelers and University of California-Berkeley graduates Emma Yip and Elena Ricciardi are currently one month in on their summer tour. The pair has already welcomed more than 800 visitors to the museum in Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado, and Wyoming.

TIMESHIP #39 is currently in Jackson. The museum opened last night parked downtown at Deloney and Center.

You May Also Like
Wildlife
Moving out of Jackson still an option for Game & Fish
Wildlife
3 hunters injured in 2 Montana grizzly attacks
News
One night, two fires, handful of heroes
Wildlife
Game managers busy with black bear incidents
Associated Press
Men face charges for walking on Old Faithful Geyser
Wildlife
Dubois man charged with third wildlife violation