Pitt Rivers ‘AfterHours’

Need, Make, UseAfterHours evenings offer interactive encounters with the collections. Each with its own unique theme, AfterHours presents the chance to explore the galleries - with friends or independently - over a drink from our cash bar and in a childfree environment.

Expect interesting collaborations, live performances, music, object handling, talks, tours and taster-workshops.

AfterHours events are part of Project VERVE's public programme, Need/Make/Use, and they happen regularly throughout the year. Keep an eye on our What’s On pages for regular updates.

Friday 18 November, 19.00 - 22.00

As part of the national Being Human Festival, this year themed around 'Hopes & Fears', experience two very different museums and get to the bottom of what it is that makes us human. Pitt Rivers Museum will look at how different cultures negotiate hopes and fears around life and death through ritual, material culture and community. Come along and help us answer, what is it that makes YOU human? Oxford University Museum of Natural History will explore hopes and fears through the concepts of extinction and invasion in the animal world. Music, comedy, debate, workshops and a licensed bar. Join the facebook group for updates on the programme.

Tickets: £3 or 4 for £10. Book Now


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