Monthly Archives: September 2014

Artist Who Helps Climate Scientists Now Ready to Help Oceanographers

Michael Killen has joined Don Quixote to the battle with climate change, to help the scientists be heard.  He says, “I have determined how to add fine art to the battle with ocean acidification.  All that is needed is a … Continue reading

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Ocean Acidification: More Immediate Serious Threat Greater than Climate Change

Dr. Alex Cannara, Thorium Energy Silicon Valley and respected scientist shares his insight into the growing threat of ocean acidification and need for next generation energy sources, to address that threat. cannara@sbcglobal.net AGU 2014 Booth 2617

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Ocean Acidification: Clear and Present Danger to the Food Chain & Fishing Industry

Dr. Robert Greene and Dr. Alex Cannara,  Thorium Energy Silicon Valley invite you to meet than at the AGU  Fall Meeting 2014, and at their booth 2617.   Contact:  bobgreenephd@gmail.com and cannara@sbcglobal.net. Michael@killen.com

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Palo Alto Official Wants to Move City Forward While Improving Quality of Life

Michael Killen, Artist and Talk Show Host interviews Greg Sharff, Councilman. 

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Silicon Valley Provoked by Growing Green House Gases

Marianna Grossman, Executive Director Sustainable Silicon Valley  explains why she has changed the focus of her up coming event– West 2014  Nov .19.

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Climate Scientist Use Fine Art, to Be Heard

Marion O’Leary, Global Ecology, Stanford  University introduces  painting ‘Don Quixote Meets Climate Change’  by Michael Killen as he prepared to introduce Dr. Chris Field, Working Group 2, IPCC. Follow Michael Killen on Twitter @KillenMichael to stay abreast of how academics and … Continue reading

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SF Gallery Owner, David Park’s Daughter & Michael Killen Discuss Park’s Art

Michael has produced interviews with other persons who have helped make the SF Bay area an important art center. They include Harry Cohen,  Nathan Oliveira,  Paula Kirkerby and Ruth Waters.    Michael’s next interview will be on the life of Richard … Continue reading

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Michael Killen Art Engagement Schedule 2014

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Sustainable Silicon Valley Displays Michael Killen’s Don Quixote Art Series at West Summit

Sustainable Silicon Valley, at its West Summit 2014 event  Wed. 19, in Palo Alto, will display ‘Don Quixote Meets Climate Change’ and ‘Don Quixote Joins California in Battle with Sea Level Rise’,  as well  ‘Water Water Every and Not a … Continue reading

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Michael Killen, Artist Who Linked Don Quixote and California Battling Climate Change, Presented at Smith Andersen Editions’ Reception, Saturday, September 13, 2014 in Palo Alto.

Smith Andersen Editions’ Exhibition 2014 will display first-time prints of Michael Killen’s work on energy and climate change. Michael says, “I’m honored to join eminent post WWII California artists Nathan Oliveira, Frank Lobdell and Sam Francis who have worked with … Continue reading

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