Exhibition of Pictures from the Polar Night
Sold out – Meet & Greet with Award Winning Photographer Esther Horvath
Taking photos in the extreme conditions of the Arctic. The photographer Esther Horvath won the World Press Photo Award for a photo she took in the Arctic. She’s eager to answer your questions!
Temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 situation.
Meet & Greet events with the MOSAiC team: members of the MOSAiC Arctic expedition invite you into a small circle so they can answer your questions and share their personal experiences from the Arctic. Among them will be the captain of the research icebreaker Polarstern and World Press Photo Award winner Esther Horvath. Conversations you’ll never forget!
Ask anything you’d like to know: the participants will have lots of interesting stories to tell about research and technology, cold and darkness, health and safety, expeditions and icebreakers, ocean ice and the effects of climate change in the far north.
Venue: Exhibition Admission: free Registration: required Languages: German and English
In order to guarantee your safety, and to minimise the risk of coronavirus infection, Futurium insists that you observe the following public hygiene regulations:
• Please wear a mask and maintain a distance of at least 1.5m to other persons.
• Only a certain fixed number of visitors are allowed in our event rooms at any one time.
• Futurium is a wheelchair-accessible venue.
• The event is aimed at interested participants of all ages.
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Photos will be taken, and video recordings made, during the event. If you do not wish to be pictured, please let us know in advance.
A cooperative event by the Alfred Wegener Institute – Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Futurium and the Helmholtz Association for German Research Centres.