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Link to the Friends of the Climate Virtual Art Show is climatecrisisartexhibit.org

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 anorthc@aol.com.
  • 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.
To view the Gallery A and B, go to www.climatecrisisartexhibit.org. There you will find tabs for Gallery A, Gallery B and Vote for the People's Choice Award.

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