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HELL’S BELLS – ONLINE TALK
Wednesday 25th May, 7:30 – 8:30 pmHell’s Bells tells the story of the Dulwich Picture Gallery in WW2 and Bell House’s role in the restoration of the pictures by Dr Johannes Hell.Local historian and author Brian Green will also talk about the rebuilding of the Gallery and the role of Sir Gerald Kelly, President of the Royal Academy as a champion of Dr Hell’s work while at the same time he was decrying the radical methods used at the time at the National Gallery.The cost of a ticket is £5. Half price tickets available to under 30s and bursary tickets available by emailing info@bellhouse.co.uk

 

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BELL HOUSE AT DULWICH FESTIVAL 2022
From 11am – 6pm on Saturday 14th May – Sunday 15th May and Saturday 21st May – Sunday 22nd May We will be hosting a new exhibition during the Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House! The works of art in “Ways of Seeing: Green” will explore the meaning of “green” through various artistic interpretations.The exhibition will coincide with the fiftieth anniversary go John Berger’s iconic television series Ways of Seeing.

 

 

Make a Film in a Weekend at Bell House with Dan Robb and James Broadley

MAKE A FILM WEEKEND
Saturday 11th June – Sunday 12th June, 10am – 6pm
What to expect from this course? A Fun, Frenetic and Fast weekend learning the essentials of movie-making.Whether you are 16+ or 60+, join this immersive event for an inclusive cross-generational creative weekend and make a short film from scratch.To get in touch and find out more about the event, follow  @mafia_weekend on Instagram.

 

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BELL HOUSE FILM COMMUNITY FUNDRAISER

The Bell House film community has been running learning experiences of great value for money, like the immersive two-day film course “Make a Film in a Weekend”, since 2018. This year the goal is to become even more accessible and inclusive! Bell House needs financial support to make that happen – to join the journey, follow the link, and donate!

Want to be involved in the film committee? Email  filmmaking@bellhouse.co.uk for more information!

 

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