Bryan Smith, extreme filmmaker.
10 a.m. student matinee
7 p.m. all audiences.
Wednesday, March 27, 2019.
First Interstate Center for the Arts, 334 W. Spokane Falls Blvd.
Extreme filmmaker Bryan Smith blurs the line between taking big chances or not while exploring the earth's most remote environments. You'll be on the edge of your seat as Smith shares his philosophy on adventuring with purpose, and why he believes the best expeditions are those with a healthy chance of failure.
Smith has faced machete-wielding locals in Papua New Guinea, suffered frostbite during the first-ever ice climb of Niagara Falls, explored the South Pacific's deepest canyons, and scaled North America's tallest mountains — all to capture the impossible.
Before you go.
National Geographic Live is not a movie; it's a speaker series.
Here are a few other things you should know before attending the next event:
- It's family-friendly! All ages are welcomed and encouraged.
- Speakers will present their photographs, videos, and experiences for about 90 minutes, with no intermission.
- Doors open one hour prior to each performance. All guests must pass through security metal detectors and bag searches. We recommend use of small purses or clutches.
- STCU members can also purchase season tickets. See footnote below.
Dynamic events. Fascinating people. Captivating stories. Join us at National Geographic Live.
*Season tickets and assistance
STCU does not sell tickets to National Geographic Live. If you need assistance buying tickets, please call (509) 818-3438.