Where can you pose with a polar bear in a snowstorm and snuggle up in a Zen Den to watch a live cam of polar bears in migration? At The Annenberg Space for Photography’s Pearls of the Planet Live Cam, a creative immersive light and sound experience in the Skylight Studios that helps kids learn about the migratory habits of polar bears.
The show, on view for through March 20, 2016, complements Annenberg Space for Photography exhibition LIFE: A Journey Through Time, a photographic interpretation of life on Earth from the Big Bang to the present by acclaimed National Geographic photographer Frans Lanting currently on view.
explore.org is a philanthropic community created by Charles Annenberg Weingarten to champion the selfless acts of others and to provide a window on the world. The Pearls of the Planet is a series of live cams connected around the world that allow you to observe the natural splendors of our planet, and is the largest collection of nature live cams in the world. Here’s a recent article on philanthropist and nature lover, Charles, from the NY Times. He considers his network of cameras showing animals in the wild a worthy antidote for our stressed-out, media-saturated lives. And, we can’t argue with that.
The Annenberg Space for Photography – Skylight Studios // 10050 Constellation Blvd.//Los Angeles, CA 90067
Until March 20, 2016: Wednesday through Sunday // 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Parking with Validation is $3.50 Wednesdays – Fridays and $1.00 on weekends.