California Secretary Natural Resources to Speak at Sustainable and Resilient California Art and Speaker Tour Reception at NASA Ames

Michael Killen, artist and producer of the tour said, “I’m pleased that NASA Ames offered their award- winning building, Sustainability Base as a venue for the tour and that Secretary John Laird accepted an invitation to speak at the reception February 13.  And I’m also pleased that art helps bring two important organizations together, to help increase awareness of the important challenges of our time.”

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Besides Laird and a NASA Ames official Killen will speak at the event that has a theme of California’s Water: Search for Sustainability and Resilience. Killen will interpret his paintings “California After Don Quixote” (10′ x 6’) and  “Water Water Everywhere and Not a Drop to Drink” (8’ x 4’). Other paintings Ames will display are:

• “Sustainability” (24′ x 5′)

• “Resilience” (24’ x 5′)

• “Climate Change for the Wealthy” (4′ x 3′)

• “Grandpa, What’ll Ya Leave Behind for Me” (6′ x 5′)

Additional information Michael@Killen.com or Sustainability@HarringtonDesign.com.

About Michael Killen, TV, Radio and Internet Talkshow Host; and Artist

The climate and other battles may turn on who has the best message and most effective reach. In terms of guests, I'm interested persons from all professions and industry sectors who have an important message--story to share. Guests have included children, Chairman of AT&T, and Nobel Prize Winners. You can see them on 50 TV stations that have licensed my show, 'The Killen Report.' ...hear them on KZSU Stanford Radio 90.1 FM, for example, and watch them on YouTube. I also made paintings that include ‘Resilience of America’, 'Sustainability,' 'Sec. George Shultz’s Climate Plan for the GOP', Don Quixote Fights Sea Level Rise', and 'Methane Join Carbon to Boil the Planet.' Killen.com. If you think I can help- @KillenMichael or michael@killen. I’m in Silicon Valley. I keynote speeches,around the world , where I can help make an event a success.
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