We are excited to be taking part in Being Human 2020, the UK’s only national festival and celebration of the humanities! The full line-up of free events and activities in November happening all over the country has been revealed today! Take a look here.

We have four events during the festival, both online and in person, supported by the Royal Anthropological Institute. We are delighted to be showcasing some of the work from this online exhibition at a travelling physical exhibition. The Illustrating Anthropology exhibition will be on display in Liverpool at the Open Eye Gallery and in Sheffield at Bloc Projects.

Our third event is an online discussion during which anthropologists from Oxford and Sheffield Universities will talk about their innovative visual methods to explore living in apartment blocks. This is a Being Human ‘cafe’ where audience participation and discussion is encouraged!

Finally we are also screening a film from the RAI catalogue, Mirror Mirror (dir. Zemirah Moffat, 2006), and hosting an online Q&A on visual anthropological storytelling through film.

Click below to explore the events in more detail on the Being Human festival website. We hope to see you there!

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