Virtual Climate Crisis Gallery is Open
We are pleased to announce that the virtual gallery has just gone live. Because of the large number of entries, we have a Gallery A and a Gallery B. The general groups of artists this year are adults, Baylor students, and younger students K-12.
The art exhibit should be accessed with computers only -- the gallery is not designed to be visited with cell phones or tablets.
A few important points:
- We ask all artists who submitted works for the show to go to our website (www.climatecrisisartexhibit.org) and view the show.
- Please confirm that your entry or entries are present in Gallery A and/or B. Please let us know right away if something is missing. (Although we used utmost care, the gallery is technically a bit difficult to use and does not flag omissions or duplications.)
- Also, please proof read your demographic info. if you find any errors let us know and we will fix it. Email Alan Northcutt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Since the gallery will be active for at least 2 months, we wish for everything to be as accurate and tasteful as possible. Note that we will be making some small changes to the Galleries and website over the next few days.
- Deepest thanks to all artists who utilized their talent and energy to speak out about the climate crisis through art.
- Many thanks to Adrian Northcutt, whose computer skills were invaluable in building this virtual gallery.