Brighton: Myths with Harry Rose and Hannah Saunders, 28th March, 2018

What is real and what isn’t? For centuries the human race have been creating mythology, searching for truth and hunting for evidence. In March, Miniclick present a free talk on the subject of MYTHS with Harry Rose and Hannah Saunders.

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Wednesday 28th March, 2018. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm.  Upstairs at Temple Bar, Brighton. 

Free Entry.

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Harry Rose

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For the past two years photographer Harry Rose has been exploring the woodlands and ‘wilds’ of Great Britain in search of a creature multiple people claimed to have seen yet very little physical evidence exists.

Known as Wildman, Green Man and Yeti, the British Bigfoot is on the map, and he’s bloody hard to spot. Through a combination of found objects, photographs, sighting accounts, archival imagery and interviews with believers, Harry will be guiding us through the undergrowth of the impossible and try to answer an age old question, do monsters really exist?

Looking For Bigfoot

Hannah Saunders

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Hannah Saunders is a graduate of Documentary Photography, currently studying the Supernatural Middle Ages at The Courtauld Institute of Art, where she also works in the Witt & Conway Image Library. Formerly a trainee with The National Archives, she is now a trainee Creative Producer with Creative People and Places, and is working on ARTCHIVED, a project connecting students with archives at the early stages of their photographic education. Their work is to be exhibited at Peterborough Museum & Art Gallery in April, alongside her current project ‘Allegorical or Historical’; an exploration of the lives of three Medieval Saints through self-portraiture, prying into parallel narratives, the concept of identity and women’s history.

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Wednesday 28th March, 2018. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm.  Upstairs at Temple Bar, Brighton. 

Free Entry.

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