A coyote stands amidst trees

Credit: Jaymi Heimbuch

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Join us Thursday, July 7, at 7pm PT for a free NightSchool livestream!

Hear from photographers whose incredible images reveal stories about the natural world—both close-to-home and in the farthest reaches of our planet. 

Local stories, when documented and shared, can make big impacts on humans and nature alike. Jaymi Heimbuch, nature photographer and founder of Conservation Visual Storytellers Academy, covers what it means to look locally, how to amplify stories far and wide, and the intrinsic value in following interests and passions.

The Arctic is one of the world’s most rapidly changing regions of the planet. Lianna Nixon, photographer and filmmaker, shares her experience documenting people and places during the MOSAiC Expedition, and about how conservation photography can foster connections with science for the sake of both planet and people.

All NightSchool virtual programming is intended for audiences 21+.

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PAST NIGHTSCHOOL EVENTS

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Planetarium Shows

6:30 pm, 7:30 pm

Explore the immense scale of the known Universe in this live presentation that leaves Earth far behind.

8:30 pm, 9:30 pm

Dive into the fascinating world of coral reefs in the Academy's award-winning, all-digital planetarium show.

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Upcoming ticketed museum events

August 18th at 6:00 pm

Join us for an evening dedicated to the inspiring intersections of science and art.

August 25th at 6:00 pm

From fossil-inspired Pokémon to classic games & a Super Smash Bros. tournament, this NightLife it’s Game On.

September 1st at 6:00 pm

Explore the Academy at night alongside nearly 40,000 live animals. For adults 21+.

September 8th at 6:00 pm

Behold as both humans and animals use the power of illusion to mystify your senses for one magical night.

Upcoming free virtual events

August 18th at 7:00 pm

Animals don't use GPS to navigate the world around them, so how do they do it?