Date(s) - 03/26/2017
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Through photography, an immersive soundscape, text and artifacts, this exhibition explores the Hadza tribe of Tanzania; their unique language and egalitarian hunter-gatherer societies! Some of the last remaining hunter-gatherers on the planet, the lifestyle of the Hadza tribe has seen little change in 10,000 years despite losing 90% of their land. Yet they still live sustainably in the savanahs and grasslands, in societies with equality for all regardless of gender, age, or ability. What can this joyful, just and sustainable society teach us about how to live now? How can insight into our past, shared through the Hadza, help us re-imagine our future? The closing reception will be held on Fri Apr 21 and the evening’s events will include talks on egalitarian social organization, silent auction and a screen of the documentary film The Hadza: Last of the First to coincide with Earth Day, Sat Apr 22. On display Sat-Sun 12-6pm Mar 25-Sun Apr 23.