On April 16, Arctic biologist and photographer Paul Nicklen shares his self-deprecating humor, terrifying and awe-inspiring stories and magnificent screen images that bring audiences face-to-face with the predators that live at the ends of the Earth. His presentation is part of the "Faces of Our Planet" series, created by Sea Research Foundation, National Geographic Society and the Garde Arts Center to show the mysteries and discoveries of the world’s human, animal and geographic faces. Nicklen will discuss what is truly at stake in the ongoing debates over global warming. After the program, he will sign copies of his new book, Polar Obsession, which features 160 of his latest and best polar images and critical new insights into animal behavior and climate change.
Tickets: $24; aquarium members: 20. VIP tickets: $54 (includes admission to pre-show reception). For a complete list of ticket options, including VIP and discount packages, visit the Garde Arts Center Box Office at 325 State St., New London, or call (860) 444-7373 ext.1. Single tickets are available at the Garde Arts Center Box Office and at gardearts.org. Special pricing is available for students and groups.
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