The Zymoglyphic Museum's primary mission is the preservation of the unique natural and cultural heritage of the Zymoglyphic region. In addition, the museum hosts a variety of special collections and online exhibits related to Zymoglyphic themes of natural art, celebration of decay, and museums as curiosity cabinets.
The Zymoglyphic Museum's residency program provides an opportunity for creative people to work on projects inspired by the museum, including access to the its carefully curated archive of gnarled sticks, fungus, bones, rusty remains, and other delightful detritus. The program encourages artists working in other media besides found object assemblage, including animation, photography, and writing. The residency program was born from a desire to pivot the museum from a quirky tourist destination to a fount of creativity. It was inspired by the varied projects that creative people have made based on the museum and its themes. The program is itself a work in progress.
Art from the Zymoglyphic Museum's Residency Program by Erinn Kathryn Chandra Glaeseman Sam David Alice Langlois Alex G.
The opening will also include Color Studies of the Zymoglyphic Region: Prints by Coleman Stevenson Disembodied readings from "Hotel Zymoglyphic" by author Jason Squamata The Zymoglyphic Museum Press pop-up bookshop