On Safari with Gary K Clarke

Sunset Photo by Gary Clarke

For all of his life Gary K Clarke has had a mystical affinity with Africa–animals, people, geography, exploration with an emphasis on wildlife. Starting in the 1970s he led numerous groups on photographic safaris through the east, central and southern regions on the continent.

Gary emphasizes his upcoming program, On Safari with Gary K Clark, “is not just another travelogue; rather, it is a personal expression of my feelings and involvement with Africa and its various dimensions over nearly four decades.” Join Gary for a unique perspective on a fascinating yet misunderstood part of our world during his program Thursday, July 7 at 7pm.

SEE a real elephant tooth, HEAR Animal sounds of Africa, TOUCH a unicorn walking stick, and COMPARE a rhino horn with a hippo tooth and an elephant tusk. DISCOVER the most important thing to take on a safari… the answer will surprise you!

The program, held in Marvin Auditorium 101AB, is free and open to the public.