ENVIRONMENTAL GRAPHITI & ORGANIZATIONS AND OTHERS
NOTABLE PAST EXHIBITS AND COLLABORATIONS
The art was featured at Go Green Wilmette's Annual Fair at Michigan Shores Club on March 12, 2017.
- 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.
- A solo exhibition was on display at Studio Oh! in the Chicago Arts District of Chicago, Pilsen area from Nov 10 - Dec 30, 2016.
- 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, 2016 at The Peggy Notebart Museum. The art was also used as the basis of the official festival poster.
- The art was featured at the Joint Statistical Meetings, the largest gathering of statisticians in North America, held at Chicago's McCormick Place July 30 – Aug 4, 2016, 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 2016 at the Levy Center in Evanston, IL.
- 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.
A Presentation in December, 2014, 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 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.