Category Archives: @GCAS2018

SF ART Exhibition Open 10/16 – 11/26, Reception 10/28/18 1:30pm. “Art of Michael Killen: Addressing Climate Change” 

Michael Killen makes corporate-size-statements that raise the level of discussion and thinking about climate change and solutions. Great organizations that include Microsoft, NASA, Stanford University, the US Dept of Commerce and US Dept of Interior have displayed his art at … Continue reading

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‘Impact of Climate On People’ Added to CA’s Climate Plan Art and Media Offering

Michael Killen announced he has added  the painting “Impact of Climate Change” 4 x 6ft to his CA’s Climate Plan Art and Media Project. ‘Stanford’s Climatologist, Steve Schneider (late), and on the right with  Michael Killen; and his painting.  Stanford … Continue reading

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