One hour, three experts, and endless connections. Every third Thursday, we’re exploring something entirely new.
Our NightSchool livestream series brings together scientists, artists, curators, and creators to discuss everything from eco-poetry to bioluminescent art to the 60,000+ species of snails on our planet — and more. Each episode is a deep-dive into something new: Whether it’s traversing the mysteries of microscopic ocean life or celebrating our alligator Claude’s birthday, we go all-in.
Next episode: Earth, Wind, & Fire (Thursday, August 21, 7 pm PT)
We’re bringing earthquake-inspired art, tornado-chasing stories, and lessons from fire ecology for a look into the massive natural forces that shape our environments. Ft. Debi Klib, Sean Ernst, & Nicolás Cruz.
Reflect on a changing world with performers and poets whose work sits at the intersection of art and science.
What’s in a field guide? Join us for a closer look into these stunningly illustrated nature-ID’ers.
What do night parrots, giant tortoises, and a teeny tiny clam have in common? Averting presumed extinction.
Ice, soil, wood, diatomaceous deep-sea sediment — we're digging deep and returning with cores.
What live everywhere there’s water, are invisible to the naked eye, and are essential to life on Earth? Diatoms!
Explore the wide world of snails, from venomous ocean-dwellers to big-city inhabitants.
We’re throwing a party dedicated to Claude the American alligator and the freshwater swamps he calls home.
We’re digging into the vast underground networks that connect mushrooms, plants, and a whole lot of life.
We’re throwing a mini-festival celebrating the ground beneath your feet.