Conservationist and world acclaimed marine artist Guy Harvey, Ph.D., is bringing his latest documentary – Whale Sharks of the Yucatán: A Guy Harvey Expedition – to the South Florida community.
There is a special screening scheduled for 6-8 p.m. Thursday, January 30th at the Nova Southeastern University Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale.
Attendees Can Meet World-Acclaimed Artist and Conservationist Guy Harvey.
Cost to attend the film’s screening is $25, with proceeds benefitting NSU’s Guy Harvey Research Institute (GHRI). Ticket price also includes a light reception and an opportunity to meet and participate in a Q&A session with Harvey and Shivji from NSU and filmmaker Schellenger.
To purchase tickets, please visit http://bit.ly/JN2ZYL.
Produced by Schellenger, a two-time Emmy® award winning filmmaker/producer, this documentary provides spectacular footage of Harvey’s encounters with the legendary whale sharks of Isla Mujeres. The film offers viewers an “up close and personal” experience with these gentle yet massive animals, which can grow to up to 45 feet, as they mass in the hundreds for a few days for feeding off of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. The film also brings viewers up close with other marine life, including sailfish and mako sharks, which also prowl the waters off the Yucatán Peninsula.