Winter Festival

Celebrate the festive season at Tate St Ives.

Art Exhibition previously on at Tate St Ives in Northamptonshire, United Kingdom.
From Thursday 11 December 2014 to Thursday 11 December 2014

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Enjoy art out of hours with free admission to our exhibition and have fun taking part in festive activities for all.

Free entry to the exhibitions, galleries & shop. Food and pay bar inthe café until 21.00 (last orders for food 20.00,last orders for drinks 20.30).

Film Screenings
15.00 – 16.00, Tate St Ives Courtyard, drop in anytime

Animated film: Tiny People Tribe and Making of Tiny People Tribe
The film by Motomichi Nakamura is based on a Japanese folklore of the Ainu in northern Japan that speaks of a race of tiny people who live amongst humans and are hardly ever noticed (Duration 5 minutes).

Animated film: Unseen Park
Unseen Park (2006) by Hiraki Sawa was made with the assistance of nine Taiwanese children who imagined being transported by make believe vehicles. The resultant animation is accompanied by a music box soundtrack.
© The Artist /Courtesy James Cohan Gallery,New York/Shanghai (Duration 8mins).

Art Base
16.30–20.30, Tate St Ives Courtyard, drop in any time

Engage in a series of exhibition-related investigative arts activities for families and grown-ups alike.

Work in Focus: László Moholy-Nagy and Lucia Moholy 18.00–18.30

Join artist and educator Ges Wallace for an in-depth look at the work of the Hungarian painter and photographer László Moholy-Nagy and photographer Lucia Moholy. Moholy-Nagy was a professor at the Bauhaus, an important German art school which combined the teaching of fine art, craft, and design. His wife, Lucia Moholy, was also a pioneering modern photographer in her own right.

Work in Focus: Iwao Yamawaki 19.00-19.30
Join artist and educator, Greg Humphries, for an in-depth look at the work of the Bauhaus-trained Japanese photographer Iwao Yamawaki.

Throughout the evening, Lower Gallery 2

Celebrate the festive season with songs from local school choirs and the St Ives Combined Chapels Choir.