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Ingleby Gallery

Ingleby Gallery

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Ingleby Gallery Press Release: Events Aug-Sept 08
 
  INGLEBY GALLERY EVENTS AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2008

EXHIBITIONS:

Kay Rosen 31 July - 27 September
Susan Collis 31 July - 24 September

BILLBOARD:
Mark Wallinger 31 August - 31 October

2 August, 12 noon-1pm
Art Talk: Kay Rosen

Kay Rosen will talk about words, colour and her Ingleby Gallery exhibition Huen with poet, Tom Clark.
Admission free, no booking required.

28 August, 6-9pm
Art Late

Along with all the participating galleries of the Edinburgh Art Festival, Ingleby gallery will be open late. Cult art band Paul Vickers and The Leg will perform at 8.30pm.
Admission free, no booking required.

4 September, 6pm
Film Club: Dial M for Murder (PG) 105 mins

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, 1954
Chosen by Kay Rosen. Tennis pro Tony Wendice (Ray Milland) plots the "perfect murder" of his wife (Grace Kelly).
When things go wrong, Wendice is forced to improvise. A Hitchcock classic with superb performances from Kelly and Milland in the lead roles.
Admission free. Please e-mail film@inglebygallery.com to book your place.

18 September, 6-7pm
Art Walk: Richard Ingleby

Richard Ingleby, curator of Kay Rosen's show Huen, leads a tour around the gallery.
Admission free, no booking required.

25 September, 6pm
Film Club: The Straight Story (U) 107 mins

Directed by David Lynch, 1999
Chosen by Susan Collis. 73-year old Alvin Straight (Richard Farnsworth) sets out on a 500-mile trip to visit his ailing brother, travelling from Iowa to Wisconsin on a John Deere lawnmover.
Admission free. Please e-mail film@inglebygallery.com to book your place.

Please contact Ingleby Gallery for further information about our events programme
Ingleby Gallery, 15 Calton Road, Edinburgh, EH8 8DL
+44 (0) 131 556 4441
info@inglebygallery.com www.inglebygallery.com

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