Curated Fragrances and Visitor Emotions Power the Art of This Museum

Curated Fragrances and Visitor Emotions Power the Art of This Museum

The Museum of Feelings has visitors invokes museumgoers' emotions through Glade-curated smells, making each individual journey its own piece of art

Jason Brick
  • 11 november 2015

The Museum of Feelings brings emotions to life. Visitors will engage by the museum through the use of fragrances meant to elicit the following moods/states of being: Optimism, Calm, Invigorated, Exhilarated and Joyful. The fragrances in the museum are curated by Glade, a company widely known for battling some of the toughest smells found in homes (and elsewhere).

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