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Brian Skerry spent more than two years in 24 locations around the world capturing remarkable images and video for a landmark National Geographic book, magazine story, and television series, Secrets of the Whales. At this event, the audience will hear his behind-the-scenes stories straight from the field and get an inside look at the ground breaking science of whale culture - and its startlingly human parallels - across four different species.

Discover the hunting techniques and international cuisines of orca pods and the multi-generational child care systems and female-led families of sperm whales. Explore the culture of singing competitions among humpback whales and meet charming beluga whales in Canada that journey each summer to their “vacation resort.” Through Skerry’s mesmerizing work, uncover what these majestic creatures can teach us about ourselves and our planet.

Brian Skerry spent more than two years in 24 locations around the world capturing remarkable images and video for a landmark National Geographic book, magazine story, and television series, Secrets of the Whales. At this event, the audience will hear his behind-the-scenes stories straight from the field and get an inside look at the ground breaking science of whale culture - and its startlingly human parallels - across four different species.

Discover the hunting techniques and international cuisines of orca pods and the multi-generational child care systems and female-led families of sperm whales. Explore the culture of singing competitions among humpback whales and meet charming beluga whales in Canada that journey each summer to their “vacation resort.” Through Skerry’s mesmerizing work, uncover what these majestic creatures can teach us about ourselves and our planet.

Brian Skerry spent more than two years in 24 locations around the world capturing remarkable images and video for a landmark National Geographic book, magazine story, and television series, Secrets of the Whales. At this event, the audience will hear his behind-the-scenes stories straight from the field and get an inside look at the ground breaking science of whale culture - and its startlingly human parallels - across four different species.

Discover the hunting techniques and international cuisines of orca pods and the multi-generational child care systems and female-led families of sperm whales. Explore the culture of singing competitions among humpback whales and meet charming beluga whales in Canada that journey each summer to their “vacation resort.” Through Skerry’s mesmerizing work, uncover what these majestic creatures can teach us about ourselves and our planet.

WHEN

WHERE

Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
100 Auditorium Cir.
San Antonio, TX 78205
https://www.tobincenter.org/box-office/2023-03/secrets-whales-brian-skerry

TICKET INFO

$15-$45
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