Catch up with National Geographic photographer and keynote speaker Joel Sartore at upcoming workshops and talks, and see his work at upcoming exhibits.
Speaking & Workshops:
May 12th – June 17th – Amphibians exhibit at the Shafer Memorial Gallery (Great Bend, KS) – More details here
May 23, 2016 – Feast for the Beasts at the Alaska Zoo – More details here
July 25, 2016 – Chautaqua Morning Lecture Series (Chautauqua Institution, NY) – More details here
July 30, 2016 – Preserving Wildlife in Images (San Pedro, CA) – More details here
September 8, 2016 – Franklin & Marshall College (Lancaster, PA) – More details here
Want to book an inspiring, entertaining speaker for your next event? Get more information on Joel’s keynote talks.
RARE: Portraits of America’s Endangered Species
On Display at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History (Cleveland, OH) – February 7, 2015 – June 7, 2015
See images from Joel’s book, RARE: Portraits of America’s Endangered Species. Subjects run the gamut from tiny snails to grizzly bears, and all have a story to tell through pictures.
TREES EXHIBIT: THE PHOTO ARK
Half of all the species on Earth could be headed irreversibly toward extinction by 2100. Not if Joel Sartore can help it. That’s the idea behind the Photo Ark project and TREES exhibit: getting the public to look these creatures in the eye, and care enough to save them while there is still time. “My goal is to photograph as many of the world’s captive species as I can before time runs out” states Joel. “I’m at about 3,500 now, and just getting started. I work mostly at zoos and aquariums, today’s keepers of the kingdom. Many species would already be gone without their heroic captive-breeding efforts.” In Joel’s words, “It is folly to think that we can destroy one species and ecosystem after another and not affect humanity. When we save species, we’re saving ourselves.”
Amphibians: Vibrant and Vanishing
On display at the Shafer Memorial Gallery (Great Bend, KS) until June 22, 2016.
More than 60 photographs from Joel Sartore on one of his favorite subjects: amphibians. These animals are both stunning and intriguing in their diversity and uniqueness. Learn more about the plight and nature of the transparent glass frog, the Chinese giant salamander and even the blue poison dart frog in this comprehensive and beautiful exhibit.
On Display At Wesselman Nature Society (Evansville, IN)
Sixty images exploring the relationship between mankind and nature. For additional information, contact WNS.