Who doesn’t love National Geographic? Indulge your passion when the Miller Art Museum in Sturgeon Bay presents two free discussions featuring Dustin Renwick, story content editor for National Geographic Partners; and Erika Skogg, explorer with National Geographic, on Sept. 9, 10:30 am and 6 pm.
During the first program, Renwick will discuss his journey into the National Geographic archives to discover a series of never-before-published 1933 photographs by journalist Maynard Owen Williams that focus on Door County’s agritourism.
During the second program, Renwick will give participants a behind-the-scenes look at his role as a National Geographic storyteller and discuss how visual storytelling has evolved. Erika Skogg will join Renwick to talk about her career and journey to becoming a National Geographic explorer.
Both presentations will offer time for questions, and in addition to in-person programming, both will be available via Facebook Live on the Miller Art Museum page. Learn more at millerartmuseum.org.