Randall Hyman, National Geographic photographer and Fulbright Scholar, offers a lecture on his Sámi Dreams exhibit. With unique exposure to the region, Hyman has extensively explored climate change in the Arctic. “It was inevitable that I would also discover and explore the impact of climate change on Norway's human population as well, especially its indigenous Sámi, whose culture and much of its economy are based on nature and reindeer. I wanted to tell their story in a completely different way than within the confines of conventional photojournalism.”
Join us for the lecture to learn more about Hyman’s experiences and the process of documenting the Sámi people. Afterwords, explore the interactive exhibit, including recorded interviews with each of the subjects.
See the full exhibit details here.