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Georgia Aquarium is thrilled to kick off our 2018 adults-only science lecture series, Science on Tap, Tuesday, March 27th with Award-winning photojournalist and conservationist, Brian Skerry. Georgia Aquarium is currently featuring his work in a special temporary exhibit, Sharks: On Assignment with Brian Skerry.

Following Skerry’s talk, there will be time for Q & A, and plenty of time for food and drinks throughout the evening. Come mingle, share some libations, and learn!

This event is $10.00 and does not include General Admission. The full cost of your ticket goes directly to supporting Georgia Aquarium’s Research and Conservation initiatives. Space is very limited. Please reserve your seats ASAP to secure your entrance into this exclusive lecture series.


  • 6:00pm - 9:00pm


  • Georgia Aquarium's 4D Theater

Brian Skerry has dedicated his life to telling the story of marine wildlife and underwater environments — from tropical coral reefs to polar ice. A National Geographic magazine photographer since 1998, his work has also appeared in a wide range of other prestigious outlets, including BBC Wildlife, U.S. News & World Report and Sports Illustrated. Come listen to Skerry speak about his experience in the field and the importance of ocean conservation over drinks and hors d’oeuvres.

Please Note:

  • Entrance for Science on Tap will be through the Education Entrance of Georgia Aquarium, located on Baker Street, and adjacent to the main entrance
  • Doors open at 6:00 pm
  • Guests with reservation simply need to provide their name
  • Guests will enjoy an open bar (beer and wine provided) and appetizers in the lobby of Georgia Aquarium’s 4D Theater
  • The presentation begins at 7:00 pm on the stage of the 4D Theater, with the talk concluding around 8:00 pm
  • Last call at the bar will be at 8:40 pm
  • Guests must be 21 or older and may be required to show ID at bars for alcoholic beverages

Click HERE to reserve your exclusive space at this unique and exciting event!

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