- #Sandgrains and @jordiefilm will be at @krakowfilmfest from May 26th to June 2nd. Official selection to the Krakow Film Market!!!
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The event is held at the British Museum's Education Clore Centre. On the day, participants get to learn what anthropology is about, the types of careers anthropologists do, and gain hands-on experience of what it is like to study the subject at university. Anthropology lecturers from Britain provide interactive workshops on the day. The whole event is organized by the Royal Anthropological Institute.
SKY TG24, the news channel of Sky Italy, has had a permanent office embedded in the Nato base of Herat since December 2010. Jordie Montevecchi has been working as camera operator, editor and transmission technician in support to a journalist in the months of June and July 2011.
London, British Museum, 8th July 2010 The seventh London Anthropology Day witnessed a record number of over three hundred and fifty attendees throughout the day. This was made up from a range of people including pupils, university students and lecturers as well as collaborators.