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Parker Arts Lectures: Antarctica Planetary Analog: What Exotic Places on Earth Teach Us

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Tuesday, January 18

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6:30 p.m.

The PACE Center
20000 Pikes Peak Avenue
Parker, CO 80138


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Antarctica Planetary Analog: What Exotic Places on Earth Teach Us

Speaker: Michael Carroll, Artist/Writer

In 2016, the National Science Foundation sent artist/writer Michael Carroll to the slopes of an active volcano in Antarctica. Together with planetary volcano expert Rosaly Lopes, the expedition studied formations on Mount Erebus, ice structures which may resemble volcanoes on other planets and moons. Now, Carroll brings his adventures in Antarctica to you, along with photos and paintings from the expedition. Lopes and Carroll’s photos, and paintings by Carroll and his wife Caroline, comprise art exhibit Antarctica Planetary Analog: What Exotic Places on Earth Teach Us available at Parker Arts Gallery January 13 – February 27.


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