Antique’s Roadshow Expert Adam Schoon to open Ripon Cathedral in the Frame Exhibition

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 24/05/2018 - 03/06/2018
12:00am

Location
Ripon Cathedral

Minster Road
Ripon
North Yorkshire
HG4 1QS


We are excited to announce that Adam Schoon will be speaking at the Preview Evening for the forthcoming ‘Ripon in the Frame’ exhibition at Ripon which will take place on Thursday 24 May from 7.00pm you can hear Adam Schoon sharing his wealth of knowledge, whilst enjoying wine and nibbles and being among the first to view this much anticipated exhibition Ripon in the Frame.

Adam Schoon is an expert in ecclesiastical and oriental art, and you will often see Adam on our television screens on BBC Antique Roadshow.

The Ripon Cathedral in the Frame exhibition is made of artworks of the cathedral, donated artworks for sale, interpretations of the cathedral by local artists as well as many items never shown before to the public, including items from the cathedral’s archive.

The exhibition will run from Thursday 24 May until Sunday 3 June and entry to the exhibition is free, however we rely on donations to help with the upkeep of the cathedral.

There will also be a number of special events running throughout the exhibition, including a private tour of the Minster House Portraits, a valuation day and a talk with artist Harold Gosney.

The Preview Evening will take place at Ripon Cathedral on Thursday 24 May from 7.00pm and tickets can be purchased online for £12.00 each from he website www.riponcathedral.org.uk/intheframe

There is also an exclusive VIP ticket option available to include dinner with the dean.

Please do get in touch with Fundraising Events Officer Molly Barrs mollybarrs@riponcathedral.org.uk for further information.

 


 

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