What's on

What's on

We produce a number of exciting events throughout the year at venues across the UK as well as online. Take a look at our current events calendar below - we hope to see you there.

Antarctica In Sight Short Film with Lewis Pugh

As part of our Antartica In Sight programme marking 200 years since the discovery of Antarctica, we spoke to UN Patron for Oceans, Lewis Pugh on why he swims in Antarctica.

Antarctica In Sight Short Film with Felicity Aston

As part of our Antartica In Sight programme marking 200 years since the discovery of Antarctica, we spoke to Climate Scientist and Explorer Felicity Aston about the her experiences and the history of scientific discovery in Antarctica.

Antarctica In Sight Short Film with Neill Drake

As part of our Antartica In Sight programme marking 200 years since the discovery of Antarctica, we spoke to photographer and guide Neil Drake about his work in Antarctica and his photography inspiration, Frank Hurley.

A VOYAGE TO ANTARCTICA UKAHT PODCAST SERIES

Tune in to our new podcast series, A Voyage to Antarctica. Hosted by Alok Jha, the series explores subjects including geopolitics, climate and art with guests Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Ruth Peacey, Professor Dame Jane Francis, Sara Wheeler, Professor Klaus Dodds, Marc Rees, Lucy Orta and Peter Liversidge. Six in-depth episodes focus on a fascinating part of Antarctica's history, present and future. Available on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher and all major platforms.

‘THE MELT’ WITH MATTHEW HERBERT Watch online

A creative composition project with young people inspired by Antarctica and the climate emergency. This project gave young people the opportunity to work with well-known composer, Matthew Herbert, and London Sinfonietta to create a new commission. The group used the history, scientific research and objects from Antarctica as stimulus to develop a new work that expresses their thoughts and ideas about the climate emergency. Watch the live stream via the link below.

PROPOSALS FOR ANTARCTICA PETER LIVERSIDGE

Artist Peter Liversidge prepared 60 proposals created to mark the 200th anniversary of the discovery of Antarctica, in 2020. Proposals range from the possible to the impossible: creating a series of full size Easter Island heads from snow gathered on Port Lockroy; raising a flag on Antarctica - blank other than the single word Hello; and asking 200 schools around the UK to collaborate on a series of watercolours, using iceberg water to activate watercolour paint.