WWU welcomes renowned wildlife photographer Art Wolfe to campus on April 26

Art Wolfe comes to Bellingham April 26 to share his stories and adventures that accompany his images from the new book, Wild Lives. Free with RSVP. Book signing before and after the talk.

On Friday, April 26 at 7 p.m. in Arntzen Hall 100, Art Wolfe will give a presentation at WWU with projected images and live narration featuring his adventures, an exploration of creativity, and the amazing stories that accompany his images from the new book, Wild Lives.

Introducing the event, Wild Lives author, Greg Green, will discuss the shared premise of the book, talk about the current state of wildlife populations in many of the planet’s biomes, and will read a brief passage or two from the ten chapters of text he prepared for this book.

Wild Lives is a celebration of the extraordinary diversity of species that inhabit the planet. Some are common, some rare, and many are conservation success stories, species that have been brought back from the edge of extinction. Over his forty-year career, Art Wolfe has photographed many species that were once on endangered species lists, but are now flourishing (such as the bald eagle and humpback whale). These recoveries are an uplifting testament to the resilience of life when it is given a chance.

The event is free and open to all, but registration is required: RSVP here.

April 26 Event Schedule

Book Signing
Arntzen Hall 100 Lobby

Arntzen Hall 100

Book Sales & Signing
Arntzen Hall 100 Lobby

This is event is brought to you by Western's College of the Environment and The Foundation for WWU & Alumni. Image courtesy of Art Wolfe.


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