Exhibition: Our Time on Earth

This exhibition runs from Thu, 5th May 2022 to Mon, 29th Aug 2022. See all dates

This event runs over several days/weeks. Dates include:

5th May 2022  
(10am - 7pm)
6th May 2022  
(10am - 7pm)
7th May 2022  
(10am - 7pm)
8th May 2022  
(10am - 7pm)
9th May 2022  
(10am - 7pm)
10th May 2022  
(10am - 7pm)
11th May 2022  
(10am - 7pm)

This exhibition has not opened yet. Will open on Thu, 5th May 2022

Coronavirus: Events may be cancelled and venues closed at short notice, you are advised to check on their websites before making a trip.

Cost: £18

Our Time on Earth looks to transform the conversation on climate emergency. Harnessing the power of global creativity, it presents radical visions and possibilities for the future of all species.

This major exhibition of art, science, design, music and philosophy invites you to experience different global perspectives on our shared planet, and consider Earth as a community we all belong to. Interactive experiences, immersive installations and digital works come together to take you on a journey of self-reflection, discovering how technology can connect us to the natural world and leaving you feeling empowered to make positive change.

Artists, activists, researchers, writers, designers, scientists and more highlight the need to work across borders and disciplines to urgently tackle climate change together. By reigniting respect for our beautiful and complex planet Our Time on Earth will challenge your existing opinions on the most important issue of our lifetime.

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Barbican Centre,

Silk Street, London,

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