Musco Center for the Arts Presents the Arts & Lecture Series
“Tales from the Field” with Jeff Corwin
Marybelle and Sebastian P. Musco Center for the Arts at Chapman University presents the Arts & Lecture Series with Emmy®-winning Animal Planet host, author, and biologist Jeff Corwin’s “Tales from the Field” on Sunday, May 1 at 2pm. A passionate and mesmerizing speaker, Jeff Corwin will offer an entertaining and educational presentation on endangered species and ecosystems featuring live animals.
Tickets are on sale now, ranging from $30 to $65, and may be purchased online at www.muscocenter.org or by calling the box office at 844-OC-MUSCO (844-626-8726). VIP tickets are available for $65 and will include a meet & greet with Jeff Corwin and a signed copy of his book 100 Heartbeats: The Race to Save Earth's Most Endangered Species. Chapman students with I.D. receive $10 off tickets. Musco Center for the Arts is located on the Chapman University campus at 1 University Drive in Orange, Calif.
Jeff Corwin “exemplifies the power of what one person can accomplish in a positive way to improve our world,” says The Huffington Post. The Emmy®-winning Animal Planet host, author, and biologist speaks eloquently and entertainingly on the conservation of endangered species and ecosystems across the globe. Through education and awareness, he believes these vital elements of our planet can be conserved for future generations.
An active conservationist, Corwin helped establish the Emerald Canopy Rainforest Foundation after visiting Belize for the first time in 1984. After receiving a master’s degree in wildlife conservation, Corwin went on to become the host and executive producer of The Jeff Corwin Experience and Corwin's Quest, airing on Animal Planet Network.
In 2007, he began filming a series for the Travel Channel called Into Alaska with Jeff Corwin. In 2009, Corwin hosted a documentary series called Feeling the Heat in a partnership with the conservationist group Defenders of Wildlife. As a board member of Defenders of Wildlife and a correspondent for NBC News, Corwin is actively involved in the recovery effort to save wildlife and the affected habitats as a result of the 2010 oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.
On March 22, 2007, while filming in Cambodia, Corwin was attacked by an elephant and walked away from the terrifying experience with a just a few minor injuries to his arm. He currently lives with his wife and daughter in Marshfield, Massachusetts.
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