Photographers to Share Global Visual Journey in 4-Part Museum Series

grizzly bear(PITTSFIELD, Mass.) – An Infinite Odyssey, a four-part series of illustrated talks by international photographers Dan Mead and Sally Eagle of MeadEagle Photos, continues on Saturday, January 11, 2014, at 10:30 a.m. at Berkshire Museum, with Untamed: Wild and Endangered Animals. The photographers will share their stunning images of wildlife, nature, and foreign cultures along with fascinating tales of their extensive travels to some of the most majestic and breathtaking locations in the world.

Untamed: Wild and Endangered Animals, the second talk in the series. will include images of silverback gorillas in Rwanda, big cats in Kenya, majestic grizzly bears in Alaska, and much more.

Upcoming topics are India, Myanmar, and Bhutan – Three Unique Cultures on March 8, 2014; and Landscapes Around the World on May 17, 2014.

Part of the new BeMuse program of monthly curator talks, artist discussions, and special film screenings, the first talk in the series is Ultimate Antarctica: Falklands, South Georgia, and the Antarctic Peninsula, which will include images of Adelie, Chinstrap, and King penguins, the changing glaciers, elephant seals and more.

gorilla you're a desperadoEach talk will begin at 10:30 a.m. and light refreshments will be served.

The event is free with museum admission, but seating is limited so reservations are requested by calling 413.443.7171 ext. 10. Unclaimed reservations will be released 5 minutes before the start of the lecture and filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

Dan Mead and Sally Eagle have been traveling the world and taking extraordinary photographs since the late 1970s. They have a store of anecdotal tales of their extensive travels, and when accompanied by their magnificent photographs, they provide a unique perspective for those curious about the world around them.

Based in Great Barrington, their mission is to provide high-impact visual images of wildlife, landscapes, and cultures around the world to students throughout the Northeast. They exhibit their images to encourage a dialogue, whether about photography, the environment, or cultures around the globe.

 

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