PosterTopic:  Bonestell Documentary.  This documentary reveals that the Golden Gate Bridge, the film "Destination Moon" and America's space program were all part of the remarkable, nine-decade life and legacy of Chesley Bonestell, “The Father of Space Art,” whose paintings still inspire us today.  See:

Chesley Bonestell’s mesmerizing depiction of “Saturn As Seen From Titan” became known as “the painting that launched a thousand careers.” Told by the many people who were influenced by Chesley Bonestell or knew him personally and punctuated with rare interview footage of the artist himself, this two-time Best Documentary award-winning film compellingly chronicles the life of a quiet, artistic visionary, whose architecture and space art continue to inspire us to reach for the stars.

Guest Speakers: 
Following the screening, a special audience Q&A will take place with Producer/Director/Writer Douglass M. Stewart, Jr., and film participants Rocket Engineer Rocco Lardiere and Photographer Robert E. David.

FREE Admission, open to the public.


Date: Tuesday, 4/23/2019

Time: 7:00 PM - 9:15 PM

Location: Lindsay Wildlife Experience, 1931 First Avenue, Walnut Creek, CA 94597

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Location Details

Lindsay Wildlife Experience
Club general meetings are held in the downstairs Manzanita Room on the fourth Tuesday of each month except for November and December, when they are held on the third Tuesday.

1931 First Avenue

Walnut Creek, CA 94597

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Doors open at 6:45 pm.  The meeting is called to order about 7:15 and ends by 9:15. Public is welcome. No Fee.

The Lindsay Wildlife Experience is adjacent to Larkey Park in Walnut Creek.

Parking is available at the  site, and across the street at the Walnut Creek Friends Church, and adjacent to Larkey Park on Buena Vista Avenue. Please don't park west of the facility on First Avenue.