The Arctic: Culture & Climate exhibition is on at The British Museum from 22 October 2020 to 21 February 2021. This is the first exhibition exploring the history of the arctic and the ingenuity of its indigenous people. As today’s climate change transforms the Arctic at the fastest rate in human history, the exhibition reveals how Arctic people have adapted to climate changes in the past. Highlights of the exhibition include a 28,000 year old archaeological finds excavated from the thawing ground in Siberia, an 8-piece Igloolik winter costume made of caribou (wild reindeer) fur and extraordinary contemporary photography of the Arctic landscape.
This exhibition takes place 22 October 2020 to 21 February 2021. It was originally scheduled to take place earlier in the year but was moved to this date due to COVID-19. You can see further details here.