TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — A Terre Haute native and award-winning documentarian Bob Scott will be screening his documentary and speaking with visitors as part of the Swope Art Museum’s Artist on Art series this week.

According to a release, Scott will show his film Life Begins in Wonder. Let Life End in Wonder starting at 6 p.m. on Friday at the Swope Art Museum. The documentary was filmed and edited by award-winning cinematographer Patrick Sheehan.

“The documentary focuses on how wonder evolves from childhood to old age,” the release reads. “It specifically compares the inquisitive wonder of the early years that fosters learning, discovery, and creativity, to pure deep wonder that offers a special way to approach the end-of-life and the question of ‘what’s next?'”

Following the screening, Scott will give a talk to those in attendance about the concept of “pure deep wonder” and his theory that it’s a positive way to confront the uncertainty at the core of our existence.

Scott grew up in Terre Haute and graduated from Schulte High School before going on to get a medical degree from Vanderbilt Medical School. Scott worked as a professor at the Mayo Clinic and Medical School where he specialized in cancer research.

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