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Pose with a Polar Bear & Tour Diane Burko’s Glacial Perspectives Exhibit

Glacial Perspectives Exhibit at Rutger’s Zimmerli Art Museum

In 2013 Diane Burko was selected to participate in a collaborative voyage to the Arctic in the company of other artists, scientists and journalists sponsored by the nonprofit organization The Arctic Circle. The paintings call attention to the visual facts of retreating glaciers, melting ice caps, and rising sea levels.

Climate Action Photo Shoot with a Polar Bear

Before the exhibit outside the museum stop by to take a picture with a polar bear and send a message about climate change to President Obama. Polar bears have become directly correlated with climate change since they are experiencing firsthand the effects and their population is threatened by it.

While posing with the polar bear you get to have your voice heard by sending a message to President Obama about climate change! After enjoy the exhibit where you will see beautiful works of art that are raising awareness about the ugly effects of climate change.

Please join us and spread the word! This event is FREE for college students!
When: Friday November 1st
11 AM Picture with a polar bear and send message to President Obama
12 PM Tour of the Exhibit (For students tour is FREE)
Where: Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University College Ave Campus
71 Hamilton St, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
For more information contact Nicole at [masked] or call[masked]

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