The art will be featured in a special exhibition at the AASHE conference in San Antonio, Texas. The conference is considered the "gold standard" of sustainability conferences in higher education.
THE ONTARIO SCIENCE CENTRE, ONE OF THE WORLD'S LEADING SCIENCE MUSEUMS, HAS ACQUIRED FIVE PIECES OF ENVIRONMENTAL GRAPHITI ART TO BE DISPLAYED BEGINNING IN 2018.
A collection of over 20 pieces of the art is on permanent display at the Loyola University Chicago Institute of Environmental Sustainability.
The University of Irvine-California has installed 17 pieces in its new dormitory focused on sustainability.
The University of Alberta, CA has acquired 6 pieces. The pieces were initially be displayed at the Centennial Centre for Interdisciplinary Science at a Nov 8, 2017 event featuring "storm chaser" George Kourounis before being moved to more permanent space.
Ramapo College of New Jersey has acquired 4 pieces, 3 to hang in the conference room of its Office of Sustainability and the fourth to be given as a gift.
An Environmental Graphiti painting is on permanent display at the Margaret B. Lee Science Building at Oakton Community College, Des Plaines, Il.
Environmental Graphiti art is exhibited on R Graph Gallery, an international website created by artist and statistician Yan Holtz.
The art was featured at the October, 2017 annual conference of AASHE (The Association for the Advance of Sustainability in Higher Education). Universities and colleges were invited to bid to receive artwork based on the amount of exposure the pieces would receive on the school's campus. Over 50 bids were submitted.
The following universities bid for and received pieces for permanent display on their campuses:
The art will be featured in a solo exhibition at the Wauconda Area Library, Wauconda IL, April 6 to May 31, 2018.
The art will be exhibited at the Artist Gallery of the North Museum of Nature and Science, Lancaster PA, May to August, 2018.
A gallery of the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum in Chicago will be dedicated to a display of the art from March 2019 to 2020.