“Art of Change” Heads to Skyline Hills Library!


Our "Art of Change" traveling climate art show is on the move! We have partnered with the City of San Diego Libraries to display “Art of Change” until 2020! Our first library stop is the Skyline Hills Branch, located on 7900 Paradise Valley Rd. “Art of Change” will be open to the public during normal library hours from October 5 through December 21, 2018.

This exhibit will feature more than a dozen new pieces making their first debut to the general public! This includes several new pieces from Audrey Carver as part of the inaugural Climate Art Fellowship sponsored by our partners, Scripps’ Center for Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation. The exhibit will also feature art from our newest Affiliated Artists: Skylaar Moore, Adi Khen, Kris Hodson Moore, and Laura Walsh.

Be sure to check out our Climate Kids Scavenger Hunt for some hands on fun (and a chance to win a prize!) while roaming the library collection.

Learn more about “Art of Change” and see where the show is headed next here.

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