Exposition overview: From border collie herding demonstrations to an art exhibit by comedian Jeff Foxworthy, as well as chef demos organized by the Lee Brothers, the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition works to keep fresh and interesting every year. Of course, the fan favorites are coming back, too.
Hubs and highlights: Know where the hot spots are for major SEWE events, including local hotels and parks, and other significant sites of activity.
Schedule of events: Plan your days with this Friday-through-Sunday listing of events, times and places.
A map of SEWE locations and bus routes to them.
Special events: Oyster roasts, a brunch, a social, conservation discussions, a master class, wilderness tour and a sportsmen's ball are all part of the weekend variety of things to do.
Featured artist: A profile of the life and artwork of Kathryn Mapes Turner, selected as SEWE's Featured Artist in 2018. Turner talks about her inspirations, determination and the importance of letting go.
Guest artist: Joseph Sulkowski found his niche and artistic challenge in painting dogs, horses and the sporting life in a style he calls "poetic realism."
Orianne Society: Georgia-based organization champions reptiles and amphibians and their critical role in healthy ecosystems.
Herding demo: Bill Coburn brings his border collies to show off their special abilities to herd livestock.
Sculptors: Among the many artists exhibiting at SEWE are two unique sculptors, one specializing in bent wood and the other bronze.
Chef demos: The cooking demos get an infusion of new energy from celebrity chefs the Lee Brothers (Matt and Ted), who programmed the lineup for this year's event.
DockDogs: Some photos of the amazingly athletic and fun DockDog competitions.
Educational programs: Kids for Conservation and the Junior Duck Stamp Contest annually are part of the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition.