“The Faces of Our Planet” Exotic Adventure Delivered to You.
Faced with the cost of airfare many of us have become armchair travelers when it comes to the exotic. Lucky for us there are a myriad of ways to explore close to home. TV of course is easy — hey we’re learning a lot about Alaska these days, right — but how about serious cultural adventure delivered to you on big screen or stage.
Returning this spring, Sea Research Foundation, National Geographic Society and the Garde Arts Center bring you the “Faces of Our Planet,” a five-part series that reveals the mysteries, magnificence and discoveries of the world’s human, animal and geographic faces.
Through film, live performance and multimedia presentations, you’ll be transported around the world, to the ends of the Earth and into the ocean’s depths. Very cool.
First up: The series starts February 11, 20100 with “Dangerous Encounters” featuring Brady Barr of National Geographic’s show of the same name. The guy hangs with alligators and crocs and recently survived a python attack. Now that’s something I’m never going to do but I would like to check it out.
Find the full listing HERE.