Saturday, August 24 | 2-3 PM | Free with $5 Gallery Admission (Free for SAC/ICP Members and Children 12 & Under)
National Geographic PHOTO ARK creator Joel Sartore returns to SAC! The world-renowned wildlife photographer will be signing his books in the galleries on Saturday, August 24 from 2-3 PM.
You can bring your own books or Photo Ark ($35), Birds of the Photo Ark ($30) and Animal Ark Children’s Book ($16) will be available for purchase, first come first served.
THIS JUST IN…Southampton Arts Center will be the VERY FIRST to get Joel Sartore’s newest book THE PHOTO ARK: VANISHING, which is released to the public on September 10. A limited number of copies will be available for purchase at $40.
Sartore will also be giving his inspiring illustrated talk at 5:30 PM. Space is extremely limited. Make your reservations today! CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO.
National Geographic PHOTO ARK by Joel Satrore is on view at Southampton Arts Center through September 8. It is co-presented with the International Center of Photography and sponsored by the Harbers Family Foundation and Renee Harbers and Chris Lidell.
Gallery Hours: Thursday to Monday, 11 AM-6 PM
Admission: $5 (Free for SAC & ICP Members and Children 12 & Under)
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