Exhibition on Screen comes to the Alfred East Art Gallery
Screenings celebrate influential artists throughout history
Learn about the greatest artists of all time in Kettering as the Alfred East Art Gallery hosts two art based films from Exhibition on Screen. Following the success of three screenings last autumn, screenings continue in 2018 showing:
- ‘David Hockney at the Royal Academy of Arts’ on Friday 9th February
- ‘Cézanne: Portraits of a Life’ on Friday 6th April
Exhibition on Screen is the originator and pioneer of bringing exhibition-based art films to community venues. Award-winning arts director, Phil Grabsky, launched Exhibition on Screen to connect major exhibitions from around the world for everyone to enjoy.
The Alfred East Art Gallery will also be screening the recently BAFTA nominated
‘Loving Vincent’, courtesy of Altitude Film Distribution on Friday 9th March.
Tickets can be purchased from the Alfred East Art Gallery and include a free glass of wine to enjoy with the 7pm – 8:30pm show. Booking is highly recommended. Advanced Tickets - £10 each or £8.50 with a Kettering Leisure Pass.
On the Door - £12 each or £10 with a Kettering Leisure Pass.
For further information on advanced bookings, contact the Alfred East Art Gallery on 01536 534 274 or visit: http://www.kettering.gov.uk/homepage/372/museum_events
Guy Holloway, Head of Corporate & Cultural Services at Kettering Borough Council, said: “The screenings of these major exhibitions from around the world offer the next best thing to being there. The films are not strict walk-throughs of a show, but dive deeper, uncovering the life stories of some of the world’s most intriguing artists, and it’s fantastic to see them shown at Kettering’s Alfred East Art Gallery”.
Cllr Lloyd Bunday, Kettering Borough Council’s Deputy Leader and Portfolio Holder for Community & Leisure, said: “The Alfred East Art Gallery continues to find new ways to bring an interesting cultural offering to the town. Exhibition on Screen allows local art lovers to enjoy, marvel and delight at the works of some of history's greatest ever painters and their worldwide exhibitions.”