Our Time on Earth
Our public programme will give you the opportunity to engage in the conversation around the climate emergency while learning more about the contributors of the exhibition.
Take your pick from family activities; talks; curator tours; performances and more.
Outdoor Cinema: Daughters of the Dust + Intro
Julie Dash’s classic 1991 magic realist, non-linear drama, incorporates lush visuals courtesy of celebrated cinematographer and artist Arthur Jafa.
Outdoor Cinema: Princess Mononoke
An epic battle between animals and humans is the backdrop of Hayao Miyazaki’s stunning animated fantasy.
Outdoor Cinema: Fantastic Planet (La Planète Sauvage)
This visually stunning French animated fantasy film centres around the struggles between humans and a series of extra-terrestrial creatures, which populate the beautifully illustrated titular planet.
Outdoor Cinema: Figuring Bodies of Water
Dive into a curated selection of films exploring our relationship to water through contemporary artists and filmmakers, including Susan Schuppli, Anne Duk Hee Jordan, Tabita Rezaire and more.
Eyes as Big as Plates: Instagram Live
Join artists Riitta Ikonen and Karoline Hjorth, the duo behind Eyes as Big as Plates, as they discuss their practice and upcoming collaborations with biosphere reserves around the world.
Outdoor Cinema: Pink Floyd Live at Pompeii
This iconic concert film sees the legendary rock group playfully subvert the genre, by performing at the famed Roman amphitheatre located among the ruins of Pompeii.
BSL Tour of Our Time on Earth
A British Sign Language tour of the Our Time on Earth exhibition led by John Wilson, exclusively for Deaf and hard of hearing visitors, highlighting key artworks, using BSL.
Curator Tour of Our Time on Earth
Join Curator of Our Time on Earth Luke Kemp for a tour of the exhibition, focusing on some of the show’s highlights.