Opening Saturday, April 25th, from 12:30PM - 1:30PM
On Saturday, April 25th, Openlands Presidence & CEO Jerry Adelmann will be in conversation with award winning conservation photographer Daniel Beltrá, about the Amazon and its importance in today’s ecosystem. Daniel Beltrá has spent the past thirty years witnessing human’s influence on the climate. Photographing from the air, he has documented everything from oil spills, to glacial melts, to droughts, to the effect of greenhouse gases. His commitment is extraordinary and has been acknowledged by both the conservation and art worlds, as he lays bare the undeniable reality of the climate crisis. He currently has an exhibition on view at Catherine Edelman Gallery (online only) called, The Amazon, featuring fifteen photographs taken over a span of twenty years, alongside a photographic timeline describing his many adventures. This Zoominar is hosted by CEG in association with Openlands. This event is free but RSVPs are highly encouraged.
RSVP via Eventbrite (click ‘tickets’ link) to receive Zoom information.