Ignite your inner explorer!

Experience National Geographic as you never have before! Hear five different explorers describe their expeditions set to the backdrop of their photographs and films on a floor-to-ceiling screen. These adventurers take you all around the world and beyond, telling you stories and showing you breathtaking images from the air to land to sea!

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Friday, September 27, 2019 at 10am and 8pm
Award-winning filmmaker and photographer Andy Mann uses his work to bridge the gap between science and policy. From his early days as a rock climber to his current passion documenting the critically endangered oceanic whitetip shark, his stunning images tell the story of our rapidly changing planet, from top to bottom.
Friday, October 18, 2019 at 10am and 8pm
What’s a human? We are, at our core, social mammals. We build relationships, communicate, reproduce, establish territories, and adapt to shrinking resources. In these ways, we’re no different than other social mammals. Chimpanzees, wolves, and gorillas are among the most charismatic of the mammals we know. We identify with them as species, groups, and even as named individuals. They’re also under threat. Join biologist-turned- photographer Ronan Donovan as he talks about his work in documenting these animals and what we, as fellow social mammals, can learn from them.
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Friday, December 27, 2019 at 8pm 
Mark Synnott is a man ever on the brink of new discovery. A big wall rock- climber of the highest order, he’s made legendary first ascents of some of the world’s tallest, most forbidding walls, from Baffin Island to Pakistan. Today, he uses his skills to break scientific ground, reaching incredibly inaccessible environments in search of rare species. It’s all in the spirit of adventure and exploration in order to educate about these sites of strange, remote beauty.
Friday, January 17, 2020 at 8pm
In the English countryside, celebrated photographer Annie Griffiths produced a witty story on the Calder Valley Mouse Club showing the art of staging a beauty pageant for rodents. In Namibia, she spent time with a tribe surviving in the Kalahari Desert despite seven years of drought. But after a career covering all of the weird and wonderful facets of humanity in more than 100 countries, she has turned her creative energies toward supporting programs that empower women and children in the developing world.
Friday, March 13, 2020
Photographer Stephen Wilkes built his career capturing iconic images meant to inspire and create change. The nostalgia of California’s Highway 1. The decay of Ellis Island. The ravages of Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy. In his most defining project, Day to Night, he photographs the changing of time from a fixed camera position over the course of a full day and seamlessly blends the results into a single photograph—capturing fleeting moments of humanity as light passes in front of his lens.
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