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Artist Talk: Stephen Vaughan

Saturday 29 March 2008, 2pm to 3pm

Have your say as featured Stephen Vaughan talks about his work, with plenty of time for your questions.

FREE EVENT
Drop in.

Get expert advice at one of our regular portfolio review sessions. Photographer Stephen Vaughan and a member of Impressions will give feedback on your work.

Booking essential.
£10 (deposit only).

Archive Connections

Wednesday 20 February, 2pm to 4pm

Discover connections between epic 19th Century photographic explorations and a contemporary study by photographer Stephen Vaughan of some of the youngest and rawest of the earth’s surfaces. This event will be held within Insight (The Collections & Research Centre) at the National Media Museum.

FREE EVENT
Booking essential as places are limited – National Media Museum Box Office 0870 70 10 200.

Archive Connections

Wednesday 5 March, 2pm to 4pm

Discover connections between epic 19th Century photographic explorations and a contemporary study by photographer Stephen Vaughan of some of the youngest and rawest of the earth’s surfaces. This event will be held within Insight (The Collections & Research Centre) at the National Media Museum.

FREE EVENT
Booking essential as places are limited – National Media Museum Box Office 0870 70 10 200.

Archive Connections

Wednesday 2 April, 2pm to 4pm

Discover connections between epic 19th Century photographic explorations and a contemporary study by photographer Stephen Vaughan of some of the youngest and rawest of the earth’s surfaces. This event will be held within Insight (The Collections & Research Centre) at the National Media Museum.

FREE EVENT
Booking essential as places are limited - National Media Museum Box Office 0870 70 10 200.

Film Screening: Heima

Wednesday 19 March 8.30pm 5.50/3.30 concessions

Last year, in the endless magic hour of the Icelandic summer, Sigur Rós played a series of concerts around their homeland. Combining both the biggest and smallest shows of their career, the entire tour was filmed, and now provides a unique insight into one of the world’s shyest and least understood bands captured live in their natural habitat.

Film Screening at The National Media Museum, Bradford

Meditation Session

Wednesday 9 April, 12.30pm to 1.15pm session

De-stress at a lunchtime meditation session led by Bradford Meditation Centre. Feel free to stay on to see the exhibition Ultima Thule and enjoy complimentary refreshments.

FREE EVENT
Booking advised.

Rare public screening of the 1959 screen adaptation of Jules Verne classic sci-fi adventure novel.

FREE EVENT
Booking advised
Film screening in the Studio

Storytelling in the Gallery

Saturday 5 April, 2pm to 3pm

Are you sitting comfortably? Join our storytelling session in the Gallery.

Listen to Storyteller Alec Williams tell his fantastic fables of epic journeys and far flung lands, surrounded by the wondrous exhibition Ultima Thule

FREE EVENT
Booking advised