Natasha Vicars
First ever cloud identification tweet-in 21 March

First ever cloud identification tweet-in to honour Tottenham pioneer Luke Howard

Take part in cloud identification via Twitter for 150th anniversary of ‘namer of clouds’ Luke Howard
Friday 21 March, 12 – 2pm @postartists


You’re invited to tweet in cloud photos for live identification by experts in the first ever Twitter cloud ID session. The initiative comes 150 years after the death of cloud classification pioneer Luke Howard, whose fascination with the skies lead him to create the system of cloud naming still used today. In the event, all cloud photos will be reviewed by experts who will tweet a response saying what type of cloud it is.

Organised by artist Natasha Vicars of POST Artists as part of Canalology 2014. Natasha is collaborating with the Cloud Appreciation Society and Royal Meteorological Society, who will provide experts to identify clouds live online from images tweeted-in by the public.

Anyone wishing to take part should attach their cloud photo and include @postartists #CloudID in their tweet between midday and 2pm on Friday 21 March.

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This initiative is a collaboration with the Cloud Appreciation Society and the Royal Meteorological Society.

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