National Geographic Presents: Earth Explorers
An exhibition, titled National Geographic Presents: Earth Explorers, allows museum visitors to learn what it takes to explore the wildest places on Earth. The exhibition follows National Geographic’s explorers as they venture into dangerous and remote parts of the world—including the deepest depths of the oceans, the North and South Poles, dense rain forests, mountains and caves.
“National Geographic’s filmmakers and explorers live in a world filled with discovery, adventure and danger, and our goal is to allow visitors across North America to walk in their shoes for a day,” said Eddie Newquist, chief creative officer for GES. “We are thrilled to partner with National Geographic to showcase the cutting-edge technologies and methods used by their explorers.”
This unique hands-on exhibition invites visitors to let their imaginations run wild as they become world explorers and embark on an epic adventure to discover new species, study animal behavior and learn about the important roles that technology, innovation and ingenuity play in making and documenting these discoveries. Earth Explorers is designed to appeal to the entire family and ignite a renewed sense of curiosity about and excitement for the world around us.
Heather Lindquist was hired by GES to help craft the film’s message.