Richmond’s Green Howards Museum and Station Cinema have teamed up ahead of the release of a new film.
The museum is offering a private viewing of its current exhibition Created in Conflict, which showcases the artistic talents of serving soldiers.
This will be followed by a screening of Drawn to War; a new film revealing the life and work of Eric Ravilious at the Station Cinema.
Lynda Powell, the Green Howards Museum’s director and curator. “The release of this fascinating new film ties in perfectly with the themes of Created in Conflict.
“We’re really pleased to be able to give people the opportunity to delve deeper into our current exhibition, which features work by an official war artist from The First World War – Christopher Nevinson, then explore the life and career of Ravilious, who held the same role during the Second World War.”
There are two opportunities to enjoy the exhibition, hosted by the museum’s curatorial team, and see the film.
Both events start at the Green Howards Museum, before moving on to The Station Cinema for the screenings.
“We’re delighted to support independent films like Drawn to War,” said general manager at the Station Cinema, Dan Westgarth.
“To be able to create a really great package linking the museum’s current special exhibition and this critically acclaimed new feature is a real bonus.”
The museum is managing bookings for this event not The Station Cinema so please use the following links to book tickets or pop visit museum to secure your place.
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