Events and Programs

Lecture Series panel discussion
Lecture Series panel discussion Photo: Allegro Photography
Our events and programs promote discovery and instill a sense of wonder for ocean animals and habitats. By coming together to share information and ideas, we can make a vital and vibrant ocean possible.
Lecture Series

A Legacy of the Ocean: Exploring the Past, Present, & Future of Ocean

Renowned explorer and filmmaker Philippe Cousteau will examine the evolution of the ocean conservation movement and explore how new strategies can shift our thinking about safeguarding our blue planet.

Philippe Cousteau at Banff Lake
Philippe Cousteau at Banff Lake Photo courtesy of Philippe Cousteau
Lecture Series

OceanSpeak: Unleashing Waves of Change through Science Communication

Our ocean faces significant threats, necessitating a bridge between scientists and the public. Discover how science communicator and TV personality Danni Washington—the first African American woman to host a nationally syndicated science series—is using a variety of media and collaborative action to help foster a healthier, sustainable future.

Science communicator and TV personality Danni Washington
Photo: Courtesy of Danni Washington

Meet the Aquarium’s Atlantic Harbor Seals

Connect with the Aquarium’s Atlantic harbor seals like never before through one of our Animal Encounter programs. Animal encounters open a world of learning while helping support the work of ocean conservation.

Harbor Seal Encounter
Harbor Seal Encounter

New England Aquarium Lecture Series

With the support of the Lowell Institute, our Lecture Series offers access to acclaimed experts—including, scientists, environmental writers, photographers, and others—who present on marine conservation and science-themed topics at no cost.