Marine biologist Diva Amon’s research on unusual deep-sea habitats and species has taken her to extraordinary depths in some of the remotest parts of the planet and up close with the weird and wonderful animals living there.
Dive in to get to know the fascinating creatures in each unique layer of Earth’s massive underwater habitat—from the familiar sea creatures near the surface to their otherworldly, alien-like cousins that wander the ocean floor. She’ll share stories from her work in the Caribbean, the Pacific, and beyond, along with images that shine a light on this vast—and vital—reservoir of biodiversity.
Diva Amon was featured in the 2020-21 season of National Geographic Live Virtual and returns by popular demand, live and in person at the Jack Singer Concert Hall.
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ASL Interpretation for Sunday Presentations
Arts Commons Presents will be providing an ASL Interpreter for the Sunday matinee of Diva Amon: From Shallows to Seafloor. The interpreter will be located toward the left side of the stage when viewing from your seat. For the best view, choose Orchestra or Mezzanine level seating. Should you have any questions or need assistance, please email email@example.com.