Enhancing the teaching and research activities of the Department of Design, the UC Davis Design Museum explores how design shapes, improves and makes economically viable the objects, technology and environments we use, inhabit and experience every day.
The UC Davis Design Museum is a founding adopter of the Green Museums Accord. The Accord is a set of five principles that propel museums to become environmental leaders, and is administered by the California Association of Museums and the Green Museums Initiative.
Due to its popularity, Tim McNeil, director of the UC Davis Design Museum, is pleased to announce a one-week extension for “Instinct Extinct: The Great Pacific Flyway,” an installation that celebrates the biology, beauty and bounty of the Pacific Flyway. The show now runs through Nov. 19.
“Instinct Extinct: The Great Pacific Flyway”is a multi-disciplinary art and design installation that explores and celebrates the biology, beauty, and bounty of the Pacific Flyway. The exhibition opens the UC Davis’ Design Museum’s 2017-2018 season running through Nov. 19.