9 September 2019
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR
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To accompany the exhibition, artist and organiser Luke M Walker explains the creative process behind his work, illustrated by his preparatory sketches and inspirational items from the Collections.
Landlines is an art exhibition curated by, and showcasing artists from, The Wilderness Art Collective, a non-profit group of creatives, artists, explorers and environmentalists whose work discusses the natural world.
Photo credit: Eva Ullrich
4 September 2019
David Hogg demonstrates how the investigation of an ivory casket, held at the V&A, leads to fundamental questions on the ivory trade and the future of African and Asian elephants.
7 October 2019
Alexander tells the fascinating story of Wilfred Thesiger’s classic book, and the inspirations and preparations for Thesiger’s exploration of the Empty Quarter and surrounding deserts.
21 October 2019
Our speakers consider how reframing and re-contextualising post-colonial histories through photography and archival activation may promote remembering, dialogue and reconciliation in East Africa.
28 October 2019
Join us for an evening which celebrates the films and film-makers who brought us the first dramatic moving images of Mount Everest.
7 November 2019
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