National Geographic Live is back this fall with discussions and talks on everything from travel to music and exotic food. Beginning Sept. 14, National Geographic will host world-renowned photographers, travel writers, scholars, and Nobel Prize winners in events open to the public.
All programs will take place in the Grosvenor Auditorium at 1600 M St. NW, Washington, DC (unless otherwise noted).
September events:Event Date/Time Description Cost
1001 INVENTIONS: THE ENDURING LEGACY OF MUSLIM CIVILIZATION
Friday, Sept. 14 at 7:30 p.m.
Professor Salim T.S. Al-Hassani shares his experience and revelations from the Muslim Civilization.
THE ARAB TABLE
Tuesday, Sept. 1 at 7 p.m.Meet author author May Bsisu who was born in Jordan. join the discussion with Bsisu as she Arab cooking, reflected in her book "The Arab Table: Recipes and Culinary Traditions."
$60 tasting/ tasting & exhibit $65
THE LONGEST WAY HOME: ONE MAN’S QUEST FOR THE COURAGE TO SETTLE DOWN
Friday, Sept. 21 at 7:30 p.m.Award-winning travel writer Andrew McCarthy discusses his new book,"The Longest Way Home."
NG member: $18/ 3-pt series: $51
Public: $20/3-pt series: $57
ALL ROADS FILM FESTIVAL
Thursday, Sept. 27 to Sunday, Sept. 30
Meet filmmakers at panel discussions and dance to live music. Enjoy free photography exhibit in the courtyard.
NG member: $8/9-pt series & launch party: $73
Public: $10/ 9-pt series & launch party: $91
FESTIVAL LAUNCH PARTY
Thursday, Sept. 27 at 5 p.m.Meet and mingle with filmmakers and festival guests.
ALL ROADS DANCE PARTY
N/A Enjoy the electro-Latin sounds of Palenke Soultribe. Must be 21 or over. ID required.
NG member: $18/ Public: $20
Note: Tickets can be purchased online at www.nglive.org, by telephone at (202) 857-7700, or in person at the National Geographic ticket office between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Free parking is available in the National Geographic underground garage for all programs that begin after 6 p.m.