The Climate Models calendar Kickstarter campaign was successful! Thank you to everyone who supported the project. We are truly humbled by the number of people (337!) who backed the calendar, and are thrilled that so many of you share our vision for improved (and punny) climate science communication.
We sent the calendar to the printer just before Thanksgiving and it will be ready in early December. If you missed out on grabbing a calendar through Kickstarter, hang tight. We’re in the process of setting up our online shop; you’ll be able to buy one there very soon.
Looking for something to do in New York City tomorrow night? Make your way down to the Rauschenberg Project Space on West 19th at 7:00 p.m. and mingle with our climate models/scientists, journalist Flora Lichtman, photographer Jordan Matter and many more.
Flora will moderate a panel discussion with five of our climate models, then we’ll break for informal chatting and wine. The conversation will focus on creative ways to make the study of our climate and adaptation to it more accessible and understandable.
The event is free and open to the public. No RSVP required. Visit Marfa Dialogues/NY for more information.
P.S. Check out ArtLab’s super cool post on the calendar and our event.