The National Gallery will be screening the art film Chihuly, this Wednesday, 5.30pm.
The film, part of ART FLIX, explores the relationship of nature and glass as artist Dale Chihuly and his team work in a variety of outdoor locations, prior to installing glass among the lush flora at Chicago’s Garfield Park Conservatory. The documentary also traces the events that lead up to Chihuly’s 2001 exhibition at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum.
Each month the National Gallery presents ART FLIX, a public screening of art films and documentaries relating to the history of art. The films are introduced with a short lecture and attendees are invited to discuss films following screenings.
A complimentary glass of wine accompanies the film. Admission is free for NG members, $5 for non-members. Contact [email protected] for more information. The gallery is located at Harbour Place on South Church Street. Call 945-8111 for further details.