Let’s build a better world, together.
Packed full of immersive activities, photo ops, arcade play and more.
This immersive exhibition brings the virtual landscape of Minecraft to life through full-scale creatures, scenic backdrops, a day-night lighting cycle, dynamic audio effects, and a gallery score designed for players and non-players of all ages.
Created in partnership with Mojang, the exhibition celebrates the game’s 10th anniversary by exploring how Minecraft has developed into a platform for unlimited creative expression, community-crafting, and inspiration to build a better world outside of the game.
AVAILABLE FALL 2020 AND BEYOND
The Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) has created a new, touring exhibition that celebrates the Minecraft phenomenon and looks at the game’s impact on our culture and the world. The exhibition is geared toward players and non-players alike.
Minecraft is a platform for creative expression, community creation, and social change. This exhibition highlights the amazing creations and accomplishments achieved with Minecraft, and will inspire visitors to explore, build and create.
With this exhibition, we’d like visitors to come away with the following:
Minecraft is far more than a game, it’s a platform for creative expression and community building.
You live in the world you create. Minecraft is about building better worlds, better spaces, better societies.
EQUALITY / DIVERSITY / ACCESS
Minecraft is inclusive and welcomes all. Everyone can do/create something cool.
Minecraft is your story. From the development of the game to players’ own experiences, adventures, and creations, Minecraft is fueled by personal narratives and inspiration.
While Minecraft is created and developed by Mojang, the Minecraft experience is driven by the community.
The exhibition includes immersive environments that transport visitors into minecrafts unique and colorful world.
Hands-on interactives will introduce key concepts as well as help players build their skills in the game. Films will feature interviews with the game’s creators as well as players and people who use Minecraft as a medium for art and self expression. MoPOP will supply marketing templates as well as educational materials.
The exhibition is designed for Minecraft players of all ages. It will also attract the (currently) non-playing general audience:
• CASUAL FANS
• EXPERT PLAYERS
• FRIENDS / RELATIVES
• CURIOUS NON-PLAYERS
5,000–7,000 square feet
Minimum of 14 feet
Hosting institution is responsible for providing a Certificate of Insurance prior to shipping.
Fall 2020 and beyond
Business Development Manager
Museum of POP Culture