The Hannah Frank 110th Birthday Exhibition runs from 19 November to 6 February at Glasgow University Chapel. It's open 9-5, Monday to Friday.  We're using this hashtag #HannahFrank110 across all our social media  - facebook, twitter and instagram.   Please like and follow @hannahfrankart to make sure you're the first to hear about the COMPETITIONS we'll be launching next week to win a signed Hannah Frank print.  There'll be a new competition each month during the 110th birthday exhibition!  Please encourage your friends to follow us on social media and come to the exhibition. 
(ps for the best view of this newsletter please make sure you can view the images!)

You are invited to join us at the opening reception of the show onSunday 18th November, 19:30

The programme includes an introduction to the work of Hannah Frank by Alice Strang, Senior Curator, National Galleries Scotland; a showing of the film Hannah Frank, The Spark Divine (specially made for the artist's 100th birthday in 2008 by award winning filmmaker Sarah Thomas), a reading of some of Hannah Frank's original poetry, and music from Glasgow’s The Bunch of Klezmer.  Kosher snacks will be provided by the Scottish Council of Jewish Communities (SCoJeC). The evening is free but please  register here.
If you can't come to the opening reception, you can (all being well) see it on the live Uni Chapel Webcam here. So save the date!

Dates and Details

The exhibition includes drawings, signed and newly reproduced prints, bronze and plaster sculptures, printing plates, and memorabilia.

It's been specially curated to show the process of Hannah Frank's development from her early works as a talented university student to her later drawings and subsequent focus on sculpture, drawing links between the different periods of her work to draw out her unique, mystical style. 

There are regular tours most Monday afternoons (including three which are adapted for people with visual impairment), four Open Workshops on Wednesday afternoons in January where you can make your own creative response to Hannah Frank's work, two Hannah Frank walks, and a family Chanukah Card Making event in partnership with the Scottish Council of Jewish Communities (SCoJeC). 
There are also two  guided visits to the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre at Garnethill Synagogue, to see the extensive collection of Hannah Frank's diaries, letters, scrapbooks and other papers and four Friday lunchtime talks in January and a book launch in February. Please join us!

Full details and booking info on the calendar of activities on our website here
Many thanks to our volunteers Geanina Beres (design & curatorial lead), Lilith Charlet (schools coordination), Sylvie Rowland (youth and elderly groups), Jessica Green (communications and tours), Lisa Chamberlin (disability access) and Erin Stewart, Intern Coordinator. They've all played a full part in the marketing, social media, curating and planning of the show - you'll get to meet them all at the opening night.
Here they are working on plans for the exhibition, and practising with the electric drill ready to attach D rings to the drawings.

We still have limited availability for some special tours or workshops - get in touch to arrange something for your school or group.
looking forward to seeing you soon
best wishes
Fiona Frank (niece of the late Hannah Frank and director, Hannah Frank Art)
tel 07778 737681
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