THREE SILICON VALLEY ORGANIZATIONS TO DISPLAY MENLO PARK ARTIST’S SEARCH FOR ‘A CLIMATE SOLUTION’ ART AT SAME TIME

Menlo Park, CA, June 6, 2019 — Killen & Associates announced that three organizations will show Michael Killen’s art including the Menlo Park hot spot, Cafe Barrone, Stanford University’s Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2019, and the Stanford Department of Sustainability and Energy Management. The art is part of  Killen’s Search for a Climate Solution collection.

Katharina Powers, Director of Art Ventures Gallery said, “Three showings at the same time is because Michael’s work is highly relevant.”

Cafe Barrone features “Stormy Weather” (6x15ft) and six other Killen paintings from June 10 – July 21. The Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2019, at Stanford, on June 21, in the Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center will feature Killen’s Stanford’s Smart Energy Campus (6 ft x15 ft).  The Stanford Dept. of Sustainability and Energy Management will continue to display Killen’s Resilience of America (4ft x 10ft).
Killen is a message artist. 

Other organizations that have displayed his climate change and energy paintings include Art Ventures Galley of Menlo Park, and the governments of the town of Atherton, California, County of Santa Clara, the City of Palo Alto, Microsoft’s Silicon Valley Research Center, Santa Clara University, NASA Ames’ Sustainable Silicon Valley, the US Department of Commerce and the US Department of the Interior, to name a few.

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Most Recent Talkshows from the “Search for Climate Solutions” Series

+Silicon Valley Energy Summit coming June 21, 2019 – What Attendees & Sponsors Can Expect – https://bit.ly/30KuiLY

+Choice Between Impact of Climate Change & Nuclear Energy – https://bit.ly/2HAeWlk

+Are Renewables Enough to Slow Climate Change – https://bit.ly/2QkNrz7

+Stanford’s Energy Leadership with Former Undersecretary US Dept. of Energy Dr. Franklin Orr – https://bit.ly/2W0l5Ad

+France’s Largest Energy Supplier Setting Up to Provide Solution to Slow Climate Change – https://bit.ly/2QjSuQq

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Menlo Park’s Hot Spot – Cafe Barrone to Display Killen’s ‘Stormy Weather’ (6 x 15 ft) (above) and Five Other Killen Paintings June 10 Through July 21

Cafe Barrone is at 1010 El Camino Real Menlo Park , CA 94025

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For more details, visit https://sves.stanford.edu today.

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Killen’s Painting “Stanford’s Smart Energy Campus” (6ft x15ft) Now at the University

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Michael interpreted Stanford’s district energy system to serve as an example for other organizations that want to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, energy and water costs, and usage.

The painting is presently on display in Stanford’s Central Energy Facility. To see that complex– schedule a free tour open to the public.

On June 21, the 2019 Silicon Valley Energy Summit –the valley’s most respected energy event– will display the painting.

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Killen’s Interview W. Prof. Jim Sweeney-What Attendees & Sponsors Can Expect at June 21, 2019 Silicon Valley Energy Summit

Visit https://SVES.stanford.edu to learn more about the upcoming energy summit details including my interview with the organizer discussing the event. They are now accepting registrations and sponsorships.

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Choice between Impact of Climate Change and Nuclear Energy

 

This interview with Dr. Alex Cannara helps us think clearly about the threats of climate change and nuclear energy.

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