The Lone Tree Arts Center opened its doors in 2011 with a vision to be a place that fosters the growth of visual and performing arts, science, and cultural understanding for every member our community. And, until mid-March of last year, that's exactly what it has been.
As it became apparent that in-person programming would be on hold indefinitely, the Lone Tree Arts Center found new ways to serve the community. Their virtual online programming has reached patrons in over 35 states and three countries, including individuals who are homebound and unable to experience the gift of the arts in person.
The very popular National Geographic LIVE! series is their newest virtual offering. See the world through the eyes of National Geographic explorers, adventurers, scientists, and photographers from the comfort of your living room with three unique adventures that will make this a series to remember!
Individual livestreams are $25 for a single steam or $40 for a household stream. Purchase all three National Geographic Live events in one transaction to save — the single stream price for all three is $60 and the household price is $100*.
* This discount will only apply if all three streams are purchased in the same transaction.
Life on Other Worlds with Kevin Peter Hand and Kobie Boykins
Wednesday, January 20 at 8:00 PM
How close are we to discovering life on other planets?
NASA’s Perseverance rover is due to land on Mars in 2021 to search for signs of ancient life and collect rock and soil samples for possible return to Earth. Jupiter’s moon Europa is home to a vast subsurface ocean — a body of water that could sustain primitive forms of life on this alien world nearly 600 million miles from our planet.
Join planetary scientist and astrobiologist Kevin Peter Hand and NASA engineer Kobie Boykins for the latest intriguing updates on this vast frontier of exploration.
|Kobie Boykins||Kevin Peter Hand|
Reimagining Dinosaurs with Nizar Ibrahim and Sebastián Rozadilla
Wednesday, February 24 at 8:00 PM
Groundbreaking new science is changing what we thought we knew about how dinosaurs looked, moved, and livedQ
Newfound troves from the Moroccan desert suggest that the immense predator Spinosaurus used crocodile-like jaws and a unique paddle-like tail to actively pursue prey in the water: a first for dinosaurs. And in Chile, scientists have discovered a shocking new therapod. Unlike its cousins, Velociraptor and T. rex, Chilesaurus consumed a vegetarian diet.
Join leading paleontologists Nizar Ibrahim and Sebastián Rozadilla for stories and conversation about the evolving science of dinosaurs.
|Sebastián Rozadilla||Nizar Ibrahim|
Mysterious Seas with David Gruber and Diva Amon
Wednesday, March 31 at 8:00 PM
Get a glimpse into the ocean’s greatest depths — and the fascinating creatures that live there — with two leading marine biologists.
David Gruber searches the oceans for bioluminescent and biofluorescent marine species and designs delicate and noninvasive tools for studying and interacting with deep-sea life. Diva Amon participates in expeditions around the world to study the unusual animals living in a variety of deep-sea habitats—and how humans impact them.
Through stories and conversation, they’ll shine a light on this dark, cold, and fascinating world.
|Diva Amon||David Gruber|
National Geographic LIVE! will be a professionally produced livestream. Ticket sales end one hour before the performance. This livestream is completely virtual and there is no need for physical tickets.
Be sure to have the most current version of your internet browser and a good internet connection. This performance is streamed live and will not be available to watch once it is finished, so make sure that you can tune in at the start time of 8:00 PM (Mountain Time) for each event!
Emails with the link to access the performance will be sent out prior to the start of the performance. Unfortunately emails with the link are not auto-generated, so we appreciate your patience! Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have not received a link by the day of the performance.
Lone Tree Arts Center
10075 Commons St., Lone Tree