“One of the most important conservation events of the year.”
Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic many of our events for 2020 have been postponed or cancelled.
Our May exhibitions in Gloucestershire with TWASI (The Wildlife Art Society International) and The Wildlife & Safari Show in Yorkshire in October have both been postponed until 2021. We are the Official Charity of both and very grateful for their support.
Our Sketch for Survival and Focus for Survival exhibition tour has also been impacted – we will post updates here.
Sketch for Survival & Focus for Survival exhibition in association with Teachers Science Network, part of the Natural History Museum ‘Dippy On Tour’ Natural History Adventure
The Crypt Gallery
Norwich, NR1 4DD.
Wednesday, 14 October 2020 to
Thursday, 22 October 2020
Art Exhibition of the 2020 Invitational & SFS Introducing 100 Collections
Oxo Tower Wharf, South Bank, London, SE1 9PH.
Wednesday, 11 November –
Sunday, 22 November 2020
11am – 6pm daily except Sundays 11am – 4pm
“I thoroughly enjoyed myself; there was a great atmosphere of excitement, interest and enthusiasm.”
Headline speaker at 2016 Close Encounters event
“Great evening at Explorers Against Extinction, at the RGS. Some poignant messages about animal numbers…”
Triple Olympian. Guest at 2017 event and Sketch for Survival contributor.
Oria′s daughter Saba was our headline speaker in 2015 with funds donated to Save the Elephants.
“Thank you so much for choosing Save the Rhino to be your beneficiary charity this year, and for organising Wednesday’s event. It was great fun. And you must have been thrilled to have had the VIP there, as were we. I think hardly anyone clocked who was there. Apparently two girls came in late, after the lights had gone down, and made their way over and sat down right next to Bodyguard no 1 – they had no idea who was on the other side, were just looking for some seats. Bodyguard no 1 checked them out with a long hard stare and then decided they weren’t a threat. They never knew…”
Our 2016 event was in aid of Save the Rhino. The event was attended by HRH Duke of Sussex.
“It was a pleasure to meet you at the event which I thought was a great success.”
Patron and special guest at 2019 event.
“Thanks for having me last week and well done on raising so much money!”
Host of 2019 event and supporter of Sketch for Survival.
“I am delighted the event was such a success.”
Headline speaker alongside Sir Ranulph Fiennes in 2017. Patron of Young Explorer Programme.
**Unfortunately the RGS is closed due to the global pandemic and will remain so until at least November.**
Explorers Against Extinction at The Royal Geographical Society, London
Thursday, 12 November 2020
6pm – 10pm. Tickets from £20+
An evening of wildlife and conservation with special guests.
Includes our annual awards ceremony.
Doors open 6pm. Event commences 7pm.
*Priority Ticketing for Artist Supporters & Explorer Members