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Art & design

Our Time on Earth

We belong to an incredible ecosystem. One species among millions of others, striving to live together in a delicate balance.

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Art & design Talks & events

Following the Breath

Free

Join us inside the Conservatory with artist Sam Winston, who uses drawing and breathing to explore the relationship between air quality, environmental issues and mindful creative practice.

A person standing side on from the camera, looking at a large, lit-up image of the base of a tree.
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Art & design Tours & public spaces

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.

A still from Cold Rights
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Art & design Cinema

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.

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Art & design Tours & public spaces

Earth Quest: Your Ecological Adventure

Free

As the Our Time on Earth exhibition comes to a close, join an eco-inspired journey across the Barbican centre to explore the role of creativity in climate action. 

An image of Carolee lying on the floor with her arms tied up in some rope
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Art & design

Carolee Schneemann: Body Politics

The first major survey of Carolee Schneemann’s work in the UK, tracing her diverse, transgressive and interdisciplinary expression over six decades.

Charterhouse
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Art & design Talks & events Tours & public spaces

Members' Barbican to Historic Charterhouse Photo Walk

Members' event

Explore the high walks and further afar to find inspiration within layers of nearby architectural history.

Soheila Sokhanvari, Wild at Heart (Portrait of Pouran Shapoori), 2019
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Art & design

Soheila Sokhanvari: Rebel Rebel

Rebel Rebel, the first major UK commission by Iranian artist Soheila Sokhanvari, celebrates and commemorates feminist icons from pre-revolutionary Iran.

Allan Clayton stands in front of a piano at which Kate Golla sits, with a pink landscape by Fred Williams OBE projected on a screen behind them
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Art & design Classical music

A Winter's Journey

Spend a cold December night in the company of tenor Allan Clayton and pianist Kate Golla, as Schubert’s melancholic song cycle Winterreise is matched with striking landscapes by Fred Williams.

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Art & design Classical music

Our Precious Planet

Marvel at the beauty and fragility of our world in a family concert of sound and storytelling, with Grégoire Pont’s drawings projected live alongside thrilling music from the BBC Symphony Orchestra.