Canadian Geographic Names Top 100 Canadian Explorers
We are proud our President is featured in Canadian Geographic‘s great list of modern-day trailblazing Canadian Explorers.
Through its programs, The Roberta Bondar Foundation is committed to encouraging participants to explore, record, and discuss new views of their natural environment.
Earth Patterns From Afar: A Challenging Perspective, Michigan State University, 2015
Michigan State University
In November 2015, Dr Bondar visited Michigan State University’s Geography Awareness Week to deliver both classroom and large group lectures. She covered topics in Earth Patterns From Afar that ranged from the role of remote sensing to the readiness of human beings to make their first Mars visit.
WKAR Greening of the Great Lakes host Kirk Heinze interviews Dr Bondar
Sep 14, 2015
Woodstock Art Gallery hosting photography exhibition by former astronaut Dr. Roberta Bondar in February 2017
A TELE, one of our customized and carefully curated Travelling Exhibition and Learning Experiences, is heading to the Woodstock Art Gallery in February 2017! As with each TELE, The Roberta Bondar Foundation and the host centre get into some heavy planning to make the TELE as vital an experience as possible for its visitors. The plan? To make Fusions of Art and Science dance in their heads!
Read on: In the Woodstock Sentinel Review
Apr 22, 2015
Napanee students get the picture
Read Kingston Whig-Standard reporter/photographer Julia McKay’s feature on two 2014 School-Based BondarChallenge winners, their teacher and school — Napanee students get the picture
The students’ winning images are presently featured with The Roberta Bondar Foundation’s new exhibition Savannah Survivors at Toronto’s First Canadian Place.
April 15, 2015
Wednesday April 15, 2015, First Canadian Place hosted Dr. Roberta Bondar’s Savannah Survivors exhibition, her public lecture sponsored by BMO, & the exhibition’s opening reception in the FCP Gallery.
To celebrate Earth Month, The Roberta Bondar Foundation presents a unique exploration of the shrinking African Savannah through fine art photography. With extraordinary images from The Foundation’s biome collection, 26 large fine art prints connect the viewer to the extraordinary and poignant savannah life as it lives in its natural environment. Highlights include “secretaries” who eat snakes for breakfast and savannah survivors who will eat your lunch.
The exhibition runs April 1- May 29, 2015 and forms part of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
The Roberta Bondar Foundation now partners with Wood Buffalo NP on Whooping Crane education and will continue to update our field work news on Grus americana, the North American Whooping Crane, from this Whooper Link.
A selection of The Foundation’s Travelling Exhibition and Learning Experience collection appears in the Dreams & Realities—Human Sensitivity of Place in which Dr. Bondar’s large scale Earth landscape photographs join Carole Sabiston’s exploration of environmental concerns through textile assemblage — both artists inspired by the same childhood view of Sputnik!