Shared Skies, an exhibit by Los Angeles-based artist Kim Abeles, combined photographs of the sky taken all over the world.
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Artist Kim Abeles installs 60 Days of Los Angeles Sky Patch in the NCAR Art-Science Gallery. Each day she made an acrylic painting on paper to match the sky color in Los Angeles. 
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Rice paper on top of wet leaves (top), floating on top of standing water with bubbles (middle), and hung over a railing in a humid environment.

In her exhibit, Hard Rain Revolations, Boulder-based artist Jane McMahan explored the how the water cycle is changing in response to climate change, photographing rice paper in environments affected by changing water availability. 
Credit: Jane McMahan


Artist sits in front of art exhibit at NCAR's Mesa Lab

The Plastic Ocean Project exhibit was created by Bonnie Monteleone from University of North Carolina-Wilmington from plastic collected during oceanographic expeditions and from the North Carolina coast.
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Visitors viewing art installation at the NCAR Mesa Lab

To See Things Differently showcased photography by Kerry Koepping and other Arctic Arts Project photographers, documenting change that they witness in the Arctic due to climate change. 
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Dinner plate with an outline of a penguin (left) and child's hand (right)

Artist Kim Abeles worked with middle school students in Boulder, Colorado, to collect and exhibit smog on dinner plates.
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Students' artwork hangs in a hallway at the NCAR Mesa Lab

A juried show of student photography related to the theme of resilience was organized by EcoArts Connections. 
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