Collaborative Community Art with Audrey Carver

As part of a new initiative the Climate Science Alliance has developed an Art and Community program to work directly with artists who are exploring themes related to climate change and environmental stewardship. We work collaboratively to develop projects, programs, and opportunities to bring art and artists directly into climate resilience activities. Visitors to Living Coast Discovery Center's Animals on the Bay Day added to a finger print painting as they learned about climate change and how they can help protect the earth. A Special thanks to Audrey Carvery for coming up with this wonderful collaborative art project!

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