Explore with National Geographic this fall. Washington, D.C., audiences can join our explorers and staff with an all-new lineup of events, arranged chronologically below.
Step into a world of entertaining presentations by today’s leading explorers, scientists, photographers, and performing artists. From lively concerts to thought-provoking presentations, captivating films, and engaging family events, National Geographic Live brings you the world and all that’s in it.
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Photojournalist Brian Skerry shares his recent discoveries about one of the most elusive and threatened creatures on the planet: the shark.
Telluride Mountainfilm returns to D.C.! Over two unique evenings, enjoy a rich selection of films moderated by the festival's director, David Holbrooke.
Telluride Mountainfilm returns to D.C.! Over two unique evenings, enjoy a rich selection of films moderated by the festival director, David Holbrooke.
Journey on the trail with explorer Sarah Marquis as she shares her remarkable story of adventure, persistence, and human ingenuity.
Photographers Becca Skinner and Robbie Shone reveal how social media is helping them show you some of the world’s hidden wild spaces.
Experience the breadth of National Geographic storytelling in a series of six short films by and about our explorers and photographers.
See the city like you’ve never seen it before. Discover urban wild spaces with National Geographic photographers Robbie Shone and Becca Skinner.
Photographer Cory Richards takes you along on his ascent of Mt. Everest in the world’s first “snapumentary.”
Photographer Robin Hammond shows how platforms like Instagram are making it possible to amplify important stories and connect with audiences like never before.
Learn how the LGBT community in Washington, DC, has leveraged technology and the power of visual storytelling to change the world.
Filmmaker Brad Bestelink gets up close and personal with some of the world’s biggest predators.
Writer Kevin Fedarko and photographer/filmmaker Pete McBride set off on an audacious and demanding adventure this year: to transect the length of the canyon on foot.