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The Art of Climate Change

A project in Hayward, CA by Dorsi Lynn Diaz

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Help be a part of the solution! The Art of Climate Change on Kickstarter - an interactive social media & art show/exhibit this summer.
Backers: 61
Average Pledge Per Backer: $42

Funded: $2,547 of $2,500
Dates: Apr 21st -> May 22nd (31 days)
Project By: Dorsi Lynn Diaz
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Latest News

FaceBook Virtual event on May 20, 2014

May 19th - via:
Wow it's hard to believe that I only have 3 days to go with funding for my Kickstarter project "The Art of Climate Change". I have faith this project will get funded. This Tuesday on May 20th I will have an all day virtual event on FaceBook with my... (Read More)


May 15th - via:
7 days to go to fund my project The Art of Climate Change!¬†¬†Whoot whoot - I am 36% funded! THANK YOU EVERYONE for your donations, sharing, support and help. WE CAN DO THIS FOR THE KIDS FUTURES! Every donation helps! This week at Green Forest Art... (Read More)

FaceBook outreach and new idea for show

May 12th - via:
Many of you have come here via FaceBook and I want to thank you for your support. I have been doing a monumental task and that is to reach out directly to each one of my friends and family that are on my FaceBook - all 1,250 of them! I think it's... (Read More)

Methane Graphics, Food art outreach and meeting

May 11th - via:
Things are coming along really well, I want to continue to thank my backers and your support! I talked to the artistic director Jacqueline Cooper of The Sun Gallery yesterday and we have a meeting planned next week to go over some of the details of... (Read More)

New graphics for project and upcoming live Skype events with Professor Paul Beckwith

May 7th - via:
My FaceBook cover page for one of my pages at FaceBook :Citizens Concerned about Climate Change Dorsi Diaz's FaceBook timeline and photography Joey Vigil, my art student and his art on endangered species. Joey is 4 years old but is learning about... (Read More)

New graphic and ad coming soon

April 30th - via:
Thank-you everyone who has backed my project. I truly thank you from the bottom of my heart! I am getting a second wind and coming up with some really great visuals that I am going to use in my FaceBook campaign....this is really about our kids and... (Read More)

New graphic for The Art of Climate Change Kickstarter project

April 28th - via:
This is a new graphic that I designed to post on FaceBook, Twitter and Google Plus (plus any other social sites that I can post it at) Please share with your friends and family. The $2 dollar figure was based on how many FaceBook friends and family I... (Read More)

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