Talks, Tours & Workshops
Documentary photographer Stephanie Berger has photographed some of the world’s leading performers in the fields of theatre and dance for over twenty-five years. This talk will provide an insight into her work. Some of her photographs are currently on display in the Museum’s Long Gallery exhibition Kabuki ‑ Behind the Scenes, running until 16 October.
Events focusing on the displays and their relevance today; find out more about the collections, meet curators, hear specialist speakers, or join in workshops. Suitable for adults and older children.
Volunteer-led introductory tour of the Museum. Tours last about 20 minutes. No booking necessary. Please gather at the Information point 5 minutes before the start of each tour.
Object handling in the Pitt Rivers. Discover more about wonderful and fascinating objects from the museum’s collection.
Still a good time of the week for a relaxed visit - space to draw, a chance to study or simply to stand and stare. At 10.45 watch a 45minute audio-visual presentation featuring Sir David Attenborough, introducing many familiar, and some easily missed, treasures of the collections. This is followed by Welcome to My Museum (11.30, 10 minutes), a short film imagining a meeting between the two Victorian founders of the Pitt Rivers Museum and our neighbour, the Museum of Natural History.
A programme of lectures and events are held by the Friends of the Pitt Rivers.