EXHIBITION, BOOK AND EVENTS PROGRAMME
Lande is a major new temporary exhibition about the material and visual culture of the Calais “Jungle”. It opens at Oxford’s Pitt Rivers Museum on Saturday 27 April and runs to 29 November 2019. Entry to the exhibit is free, but donations to Help Refugees are encouraged (secure contactless giving is installed in the exhibition).
The Pitt Rivers shop is exclusively selling a paperback edition of the new book that accompanies the exhibition at the special price of £14.99 (Bristol University Press). All royalties from the book are being donated to L’Auberge des Migrants – www.laubergedesmigrants.fr/en/home
More on the book here: bristoluniversitypress.co.uk/lande-the-calais-jungle-and-beyond
More details on the exhibition: www.prm.ox.ac.uk/event/lande
You can keep up to date with the events programme for the exhibition through our Twitter feed here: twitter.com/LANDE_OX
Lande is co-curated by Majid Adin, Shaista Aziz, Caroline Gregory, Dan Hicks, Sarah Mallet, Nour Munawar, Sue Partridge, Noah Salibo and Wshear Wali.
Details of six talks during May as part of the Lande Events programme – including an Astor Visiting Lectureship by Prof Nick Mirzoeff – are below. All welcome!