Celebrate the diversity of life on Earth as art and science collide in a series of one-of-a-kind multimedia experiences. Be dazzled with an interactive outdoor light projection by internationally renowned artist Naziha Mestaoui depicting the Tree of Life, enjoy the short Pixar-style animated film "TreeTender"
by James Oliverio and the UF Digital Worlds Institute and learn how biodiversity contributes to conservation, medicine, agriculture and ecology in a talk by Florida Museum biologist Doug Soltis. This event is FREE for the public.
Viewing of the light projection will be ongoing throughout the event and located on the back lawn behind the Florida Museum.
Viewing of the short film will be every 30 minutes starting at 7:15 p.m. inside the Florida Museum.
On-site food vendors: High Springs Orchard & Bakery | MINI BITES
For more information, visit www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/onetree.
Partners: UF Biodiversity Institute | UF Genetics Institute and Graduate Program | UF College of the Arts | UF Digital Worlds Institute | Harn Museum of Art | UF Learning Without Borders | UF Office of the Provost
Can't make this date? Join us on Nov. 18 for the One Tree, One Planet Encore presentation.