RECENT EXHIBITIONS & TALKS & FILM SCREENING

The Importance of Diversifying Knowledge Production for COP26: https://torch.ox.ac.uk/event/when-a-lack-of-consensus-is-more-productive-the-importance-of-diversifying-knowledge-productio

Sunday 31st October – Friday 12th November 2021
Ainu Hunter, Mon-chan’ (2020) will be available to watch during the duration of COP26

Critical Ecologies Symposium at Shared Campus (Panel 3: Art, Ecology, and Contested Indigeneity)https://shared-campus.com/themes/critical-ecologies/conversations-with-ten-thousand-things/symposium-embodying-local-knowledges/multiscalar-engagements

Friday 12 - Saturday13 November 2021

Japan 2021 – Humanities Cultural Programme, University of Oxford: https://www.torch.ox.ac.uk/event/empty-shop-windows

Monday 8 - Friday 19 November 2021

‘Autumn Salmon’ The Pitt Rivers Museum
'My Neighbour's Meal’ 95 Gloucester Green
‘More-Than-Human World’ 1-3 Randolph windows in Friars Entry

Ichihara Art Mix Art Festival: https://ichihara-artmix.jp

Friday 19 November - Sunday 26 December 2021