Member Tour: Wildlife Photographer of the Year


Event information

Event type: Online Members event

Free, online event - no ticket required.

17 June 2020 6pm-7pm

Join judges Roz Kidman Cox OBE and Science Director Dr Tim Littlewood for an exclusive virtual tour of the 55th Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

The global success of Wildlife Photographer of the Year is reinforced by the expertise of the jury and the vigour of the judging process.

The exhibition's stunning images highlight important stories about our often conflicting relationship with the natural world - but what makes a winning image?

During this private tour, our esteemed judges will highlight the stand-out photographs from this year's competition and share insights on what happens within the judging chamber.

You will hear from Chair of the Jury, Rosamund 'Roz' Kidman Cox OBE, who has judged the competition for nearly four decades, as well as the Museum's Director of Science and competition judge, Dr Tim Littlewood.

Throughout the tour we invite our supporters to submit questions as we delve deeper into what makes a winning image. You can head over to YouTube to send in your questions.

How to watch

This talk is free to attend and will be available to view via a private web link. We will send you an email with the link on the day of the talk.

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An exclusive event

This event is part of a series of unique talks and tours for our Members, Patrons, Supporters and Corporate Members only.

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Entry to the Museum remains free, but since we closed our doors we've been losing vital income. Donations will help us to continue welcoming visitors and connecting people to nature through inspiring stories and educational activities. 

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