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The Climate Science Alliance sees the arts as a valuable tool for communicating and disseminating climate science to diverse audiences. For the 2021 Southwest Adaptation Forum we are excited to highlight three incredible artists who are helping us bridge the gap between research and application in the community.

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2020 CLIMATE ART FELLOW: KIM REASOR

As the Climate Science Alliance’s 2020 Climate Art Fellow, Kim Reasor partnered with the Connecting Wildlands and Communities (CWC) Team at San Diego State University to translate the themes and results of their work into an artistic collection entitled, Connected Lands. Connected People.

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CONDOR VISUAL MEDIA

Recognize this view? Meet the Indigenous artists behind the lens of this iconic image of a Southwest landscape and view other stunning photographs taken on the homelands of the Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeño Indians.

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YOUTH ARTIST: AUDREY CARVER

Connect with Youth Artist Audrey Carver and explore the ESRI Storymap she created to depict the Connecting Wildlands and Communities Team’s climate data and partner’s stories.

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The artists featured in the SWAF 2021 Virtual Art Walk are Affiliated Artists of the Climate Science Alliance.

Learn more about this program at www.climatesciencealliance.org/affiliated-artists