Sunday 15 September 2019, 2-4pm
If those Oxford heads could talk what would they say about our city and the environment?
At the School of Geography and Environment they have been turning everything on its head to ask what these pillars of the community are thinking and how they reflect our modern urban world.
Are these men the gatekeepers of untapped knowledge or would they have something to say about our city and their surrounding environment?
On Sunday 15 September, 2-4pm, we will be hosting an open tea party in the shadow of the heads outside the History of Science Museum. We invite you to take a seat at the table and join in the discussion.
Tom Marshman, performance artist, researcher and agent provocateur, hosts an afternoon of questions where there are no right answers. The tea party promises to be lively, entertaining and fun, offering a chance for you to hear from others and for your thoughts to be heard.
Suitable for all ages.
Outside the History of Science Museum (in the shadow of the Heads)
Drop-in, no need to book.