Sunday 5 November to Saturday 11 November
This stunning exhibition portrays images of change and prosperity in rural Africa as part of a new way of understanding lives on the continent.
The specially commissioned paintings from artist and research associate Dr Olivia Howland, capture a series of images of people and their livelihoods, revisiting families in rural parts of Tanzania who were surveyed by different researchers in the last 20 years.
Open to all, no booking necessary.
Open Sunday 8.00am–6.00pm
and Monday–Saturday, 8.00am–8.00pm
(except Tuesday 7 September, closes early at 5.30pm)