National Geographic Live brings a new season of adventure and exploration to NYU Skirball beginning October 2015. Here is your chance to meet extraordinary explorers, filmmakers, and photographers who are both documenting and helping to preserve our world's natural beauty, and adding to our knowledge of our present and past. Find out more about our new season of events at the links below, and join the adventure!
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National Geographic Live Explorers Circle
Join the Explorers Circle and get closer to the action! For an additional $350, you receive:
- An invitation to an exclusive reception with palentologist Nizar Ibrahim (Nov. 17)
- An NYU Skirball Membership
- A signed keepsake
- Acknowledgement of your support on NYU Skirball's website
- A tax-deductible contribution of $250 to help ensure the continuation of National Geographic Live at NYU Skirball
National Geographic Live 2015–16 Lineup
Join marine ecologist Enric Sala for a stunning visual kaleidoscope of dazzlingly colored fish, lightning-quick reef sharks, and hauntingly beautiful coral—and get an update on his most recent successes in protecting these critically important, truly pristine seas.
Meet Spinosaurus, the largest predatory dinosaur yet discovered—larger than T. rex. With amazing video recreating the lost world, hear the incredible story of how this prehistoric giant was almost lost to science, before being brought back to light with the help of Nizar Ibrahim, a remarkable young paleontologist.
Meet the astonishing mountaineer Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner and share the dramatic story of how she prepared for and triumphed on K2, told with breathtaking photos and video from the roof of the world.
Witness the remarkable transformation of Africa’s stunning and resilient Gorongosa National Park through the eyes of Bob Poole, an Emmy Award–winning natural history cinematographer.
PHOTO CREDITS: ENRIC SALA, JOYCE POOLE, ZAFER KIZILKAYA, KAT KEENE HOGUE, RALF DUJMOVITS, GINA POOLE