The Rehoboth Beach Film Society is pleased to present the first annual Journeys in Art History Series. The focus of this film series is to introduce the works of history’s greatest painters and provide opportunities to view blockbuster art exhibitions from galleries worldwide. Monthly sessions will feature guest speakers who will moderate engaging post-film discussions.

Film events in 2017 will take place in February, March and April.

 

 

Exhibition on Screen

Vincent Van Gogh: A New Way of Seeing

Monday, April 10 at 2:00 pm

Admission: $6 per person. Reservations can be purchased online here or by calling the office, 302-645-9095. Advance reservations will close Monday, March 27 at 9:30 am. If not sold out, admission will be available at the door. Please note: tickets are not refundable.

Location:Cinema Art Theater, 17701 Dartmouth Drive, #2, Dartmouth Plaza, Lewes map 

Explore the dramatic story and iconic work of the world’s most beloved artist, Vincent Van Gogh. With exclusive original research revealing incredible new discoveries, the Van Gogh Museum has helped craft a cinema experience like no other and a fresh and gripping fresh biography. Enjoy complete and unprecedented access to the treasures of the museum which includes a major re-showing of the gallery’s collection and a celebration of the recent 125th anniversary of Van Gogh’s death. The director, David Bickerstaff says, “What this film can do is give people time to actually sit with the works, to digest information, to go on a bit of a journey into lesser-known parts of his life — I think there are a lot of surprises. The cinema will immerse you.” [2015, UD, Runtime: 90 minutes, NR]

This screening is sponsored by the Peninsula Gallery. The Peninsula specializes in original art representing some of Rehoboth’s best local artists as well as a selection of regional and international artists. The Peninsula Gallery is located across the canal bridge on Savannah Road on the first floor of the Beacon Motel.

A post film discussion will be moderated by Ellen Notar. Ms. Notar received her MS and Ph.D. at University of Wisconsin-Madison and her MA at University of Michigan. She has taught art history and semiotics for over 25 years at the university level. She is a painter and printmaker and has shown in DC, Chicago, Santa Fe, Puerto Rico and Mexico. Her art is in collections around the US, Europe,  and Mexico. She currently lives in Lewes and is participating in the local art community, both as a studio artist and teaching art history for the University of Delaware’s Academy of Lifelong Learning.