Current and Future Exhibitions and other Events:


  • Jan 25 - Feb 25 A solo exhibition is on display at Oakton Community College, First Floor Lobby, Lee Center, Des Plaines Campus. Reception - Jan 25, 11-12:15. A cross-disciplinary panel discussion with Oakton professors regarding the art and the science it represents will be held on Feb 1, 11-1, TenHoeve Center, Room 1610, DesPlaines Campus.
  • Read the Environmental Graphiti blog posted on the University of Michigan ERB Institute website (a partnership between the School of Natural Resources and the Ross School of Business).
  • Environmental Graphiti art remains on display in an ongoing rotating exhibit at The Northbrook Public Library.
  • Mar 1 - 25 An exhibition is planned at the ARC Gallery in Chicago. Opening Reception March 3 From 6-9.
  • March 16 - 18 Environmental Graphiti will be returning to the Loyola University Chicago Climate Change Conference.
  • March 30 The art will be auctioned as part of an annual fundraiser for the University of Illinois - Chicago School of Public Health at Navy Pier.
  • April - The art will be exhibited at the Evanston and Downtown campuses of Northwestern University.
  • Environmental Graphiti art is exhibited on R Graph Gallery, an international website, created by artist and statistician Yan Holtz, dedicated to R Graphics. To visit R Gallery click here. To see the Environmental Graphiti page click here

  • June 11 - July 31 A solo exhibition is planned at the Brushwood Gallery at the Ryerson Woods in Deerfield . Opening Reception June 11 From 1-3. 

Exhibits in galleries


Collaborations with UNIVERSITIES:

A solo exhibition was on display at Studio Oh! in the Chicago Arts District of Chicago, Pilsen area from Nov 10 - Dec 30.

The art was displayed at the University of Illinois - Chicago School of Public Health conference - Climate Change in the Caribbean on November 15.     

The Art Was Featured At The Chicago Climate Festival, during October, 2016. The art was displayed on the Lincoln Park Campus of DePaul University, and on Sunday, October 23, at The Peggy Notebart Museum.  The art was also used as the basis of the official festival poster. 

Feature on Yale Climate Connections Radio Show, June 21, 2016

Aired on over 200 radio stations across the country, as well as online via subscription, the show consists of 90-second stories about how people are responding to our warming world. 
View the original feature on Yale CC's website here.


University of California-Irvine acquired 17 pieces - one for its Global Sustainability Resource Center and an additional 16 pieces for a new dorm which opened September, 2016. 

A solo exhibition of Environmental Graphiti art took place at the Loyola University of Chicago Climate Change Conferenceon March 17-19, 2016. The conference featured well known writer and climate activist Naomi Klein as keynote speaker.

Note: the University has acquired two pieces (one is displayed in the lobby of the Institute of Sustainability and the other in the Department of Sociology) and three more pieces are being installed July 1st to celebrate the achievement of the school's bio-diesel generator project.

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National Day of Climate Change | Know Tomorrow

Environmental Graphiti art was used on October 2, 2015 to complement a national day of climate change action on dozens of college campuses across the country. The art was exhibited at Claremont Colleges (Pomona), University of California-Irvine and the University of Michigan.

Collaborations with ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS and others:


Environmental Graphiti was featured at COP 22 - the Marrakech Climate Change Conference sponsored by the United Nations in November, 2016. The video The Alarming Art of Climate Change was included in a presentation by the Plymouth Marine Laboratory of the UK.

An article about Environmental Graphiti appeared in the October 2016 issue of Significance, the official magazine of the Royal Statistical Society and the American Statistical Association.  

Exhibition at JSM - One of the Largest Statistical Events in the World, July 31 - Aug 4, 2016

The art was featured at Chicago's McCormick Place as part of an exhibit of art derived from or inspired by data. 

Environmental Graphiti art was featured at the Evanston Green Ball, sponsored by the Evanston Environmental Association and the City of Evanston. The festive event took place on Friday, May 13th at the Levy Center in Evanston, IL. 

Article Feature on Medium

Article by Artist Alisa Singer posted January 28, 2016 on Friends of the Earth U.S. blog: Medium

Environmental Graphiti Art Selected for iTunes Exclusive Release

Alisa Singer, in collaboration with graphic designer Devon Feldmeth, created the artwork for the cover to the song Love Song to the Earth based on one of the paintings from the Environmental Graphiti series, The Alarming Art of Climate Change. 

Love Song to the Earth features artists including Paul McCartney, Jon Bon Jovi, Sheryl Crow, Fergie, Colbie Caillat, Natasha Bedingfield, Leona Lewis, Sean Paul, and many others. Proceeds benefit Friends of the Earth U.S. and the UN Foundation.  "Love Song to the Earth: The message behind the cover art"   

Ravinia Festival - Know Tomorrow sponsored by Cool Globes

Solo art exhibit and sale at Ravinia Festival in Highland Park, IL, June 25, 2015, all proceeds for benefit of Know Tomorrow campaign. Know Tomorrow is sponsored by Cool Globes.

Collaborations with Schools, Museums, Libraries:

The art is displayed in an ongoing rotating exhibit at The Northbrook, Public Library.  The art is expected to return in the fall of 2017 to the Glencoe Public Library, and be displayed on a rotating basis. 


Presentation at the Chicago Museum of Science + Industry

A Presentation of The Alarming Art of Climate Change to Chicago Public school science teachers as part of a teacher development program on Climate Change curricula at the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Center for the Advancement of Science Education.

Presentation of Art + Science to 7th Grade students at Goethe School

Presentation of art and science to 7th grade Chicago Public School students at the Goethe School.  Students engaged with art digitally displayed in an iPad interactive discovery game. 


Environmental Graphiti art can be found in dozens of homes across the country.

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