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ExhibitionCaptain Scott and group taken on return of Southern Party

Fine art Antarctic photography 1910 to 1917

View some of the most celebrated images taken in the Antarctic in an exhibition showcasing the photography of Frank Hurley and Herbert Ponting.

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Exhibition

Fine art Antarctic photography 1910 to 1917

View some of the most celebrated images taken in the Antarctic in an exhibition showcasing the photography of Frank Hurley and Herbert Ponting.

Exhibition

Earth Photo: The Lost Gardens Of Heligan

See a stunning selection of the shortlisted images from this year's Earth Photo competition.

Exhibition

Everest 1953

Join us to celebrate 20 years of Unlocking the Archives as we showcase outputs from our latest project digitising over 1,800 negatives and slides from this iconic expedition.

Exhibition

Everest 1953

Join us to celebrate 20 years of Unlocking the Archives as we showcase outputs from our latest project digitising over 1,800 negatives and slides from this iconic expedition.

Collections event

Riverstone collections talk: photographing Everest and the Himalaya 1900-1924

Join the Society’s photography manager for a glass of wine, talk and display of original artefacts related to the early pioneers of photography in the Himalaya and on Everest.

Non-Society event

SPITI: Tibetan culture in the modern world

Capturing a valley's evolution from medieval to modern life over 30 years, featuring a community center built with ancient methods supported by the Auroville Earth Institute, recognised with a UN Climate Change Low Carbon Award.

Exhibition

Everest24

This exhibition will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the 1924 British Mount Everest expedition during which Man Bahadur and Lance-Naik Shamsherpun tragically died and George Mallory and Andrew Irvine disappeared pushing for the summit.