Lowcountry Evening for Wildlife
Thursday, March 15, 2018
5:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Alhambra Hall, Old Village, Mt Pleasant, SC
Join Friends of Coastal South Carolina and renowned National Geographic photographer Vincent J. Musi for a Lowcountry Evening for Wildlife. An event benefiting the education programs and conservation work of Friends of Coastal South Carolina.
A quintessential Lowcountry evening of locally sourced cuisine and cocktails, the same spectacular silent auction we have had at Music and Oysters for Wildlife for the last 12 years, and an inspiring (not to mention entertaining) presentation by Vince Musi. Music and Oysters for Wildlife fans, you will love our beautiful new venue and style.
Tickets $75, include food beverage, presentation and auction.
About Vince Musi: For more than 30 years, Vince Musi has photographed diverse subjects — from traveling Route 66 to global warming, life under volcanoes, Sicilian mummies, the American landscape, culture, history and archaeology. In November 2014, Vince brought the timelessness of the ACE Basin to the pages of National Geographic in Lowcountry Legacy.
Musi began as a freelance photographer with the National Geographic Society in 1993, contributing to several book projects and more than a dozen National Geographic magazine articles. He’s been published in Time, Newsweek, Life, Fortune, and the New York Times Magazine. His work was included in National Geographic’s Top Ten photographs, and he has 11 covers of the magazine to his credit. Vince lives on Sullivan’s Island, SC.