CPNAS Teaser Trailer - Endangered: From Glaciers to Reefs, a Multi-Media Exhibition by Diane Burko at the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. August 15th, 2018 through January 30th, 2019

The Pennsylvania Convention Center Art's profile of Diane Burko. July, 2018

Ecoartspace interview excerpts with Diane Burko from November 2017 discussing her glacier work at her home/studio in Philadelphia. Interview conducted by Patricia Watts.

 Climate Change: A Panel Discussion at Noyes Museum of Art at Stockton University, November 2015 (59m 45s)

Diane Burko: Polar Investigations (DASER Panel) from the D.C. Art Science Evening Redezvous, uploaded by CPNAS, February 2014 (17m 22s)

Diane Burko: Polar Investigations from Tufts University Art Gallery, April 2014 (49m 50s)

Sensing Change 2013: Artists and Scientists in Conversation, 2013 (2m 3s)

A Profile on Diane Burko from Creative Hand, Discerning Heart: Story, Symbol, Self at the JAMES A. MICHENER ART MUSEUM. Video by John Thornton, August 2012 (5m 19s)

Diane Burko presents Politics of Snow in a 2011 panel discussion at Princeton University, April 21, 2011. (119m 52s)

Talking Creativity: Women in Science and Art Discuss Climate Issues and Activism at RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, April 20, 2011 (17m 03s)

Painting Climate Change: An interview with Diane Burko from The Scientist, Spring 2010 (2m 52s)

Diane Burko, featured in: Best Place to Watch a Volcano, for the DISCOVERY CHANNEL, 2002 Director: Robert Deege (3m 18s) 

Volcano Vacations, TRAVEL CHANNEL, Summer 2002 (3m 19s)

 

Natural Wonders, Diane Burko Paints the Wissahickon, 1998, Writer/Producer: Carol M. Rosenbaum (5m 12s)