Night hides a world but reveals a universe. Through this lens the world’s landmarks connect to celestial wonders, science meets art, and astrophotography contributes to nature conservation.

Join Evan Kramer, a fourth-year Ph.D. candidate and Comm Lab Fellow at MIT, and Babak Tafreshi, a National Geographic photographer, for an afternoon of inspiring photography and conversation about the importance of a healthy connection between humanity and the night sky.

Tafreshi will showcase his world-renowned photography from the World at Night Project, highlighting the need to protect dark night skies while Kramer will present his urban astrophotography featuring cutting-edge research from the perspective of MIT campus building rooftops.

March 2, 2024

Free with Museum admission
No pre-registration required
Seating is limited. Early arrival is suggested.