This event is free and open to the public and is hosted by the Atlanta Herpetology Club. The reception is part of the larger Atlanta Downtown First Thursdays Arts Walk.
Here are a map and visitor parking information to help you plan your visit to the Georgia State campus. The campus is easy to get to from the Georgia State MARTA Station.
"Georgia's Amphibians and Reptiles: Herpetology of the Coastal Plain" Photographic Exhibit - Special Reception
The diversity of reptiles and amphibians in Georgia is among the highest in North America. The Atlanta Herpetology Club cordially invites you to attend to a special reception for this photographic exhibit highlighting these diverse animals.and threats to their existence and to journey from the mountains to the sandhills, flatwoods, marshes and swamps to meet these creatures face-to-face. One of the artists will be on hand to answer questions, and light refreshments will be provided.
The exhibit, which is funded by the Georgia Southern University Museum and National Science Foundation, runs through November 16.
Earlier in the day, from 1:25-2:25 pm in Classroom South 104, there will be a scientific talk associated with the exhibit, "The Florida Scrub Lizard: A Model Organism for Integrative Ecological Research", by one of the artists of the exhibit, Lance McBrayer.