Art & Architecture Series

About Art & Architecture On Screen

The Art & Architecture Series is new to the Opera House and is sponsored by Fredonia Place.

Captured exclusively for satellite transmission throughout the world, this ground-breaking series brings the world’s greatest works of art, and their environs, to cinemas nationwide.  Enjoy unprecedented big screen access into the lives of renowned artists, their art, and the fabulous museums and galleries that are not only the custodians of such masterpieces, but works of art in their own right.

Assistive listening headsets are available for use with all Live in HD Series events.  Simply ask any usher or Opera House staff member.  Headset funding provided by Robert & Marilyn Maytum, the Dunkirk-Fredonia Lions Club, and by a grant from Theatre Development Fund's TAP Plus program in partnership with the New York State Council on the Arts.

 

 

 

 

 

Sponsored by Fredonia Place 


Klimt & Schiele: Eros and Psyche

Jul 18 2019 - 7:00pm

General Admission $15, $10 Students, $116 Live in HD Flex Subscription

1918.  As the roar of the First World War cannons is dying out, in Vienna, the heart of Central Europe, a golden age comes to an end.

It is the time of the Vienna Secession, a magical art movement formed in the late 1890s for art, literature and music, in which new ideas were circulated, Freud discovered the drives of the psyche and women began to claim their independence.  It was a movement that marked a new era outside the confines of academic tradition.

At the heart of Secession were artists Gustav Klimt and his protégé and dear friend Egon Schiele.

Taking place across five stunning exhibitions with never-before-experienced access, Klimt & Schiele: Eros and Psyche recounts this extraordinary moment in art history. 

This cinematic production provides an in-depth examination of images of extraordinary visual power: from the eroticism of Klimt's mosaic-like works, to the anguished and raw work of the young Schiele in his magnetic nudes and contorted figures against the backdrop of nocturnal Vienna, full of masked balls and dreams imbued with sexuality. 

The production runs approximately one hour, 20 minutes. 

 

 

 

 

Sponsored by Fredonia Place 


Tintoretto - A Rebel in Venice

Sep 19 2019 - 7:00pm

General Admission $15, $10 Students, $116 Live in HD Flex Subscription

Tintoretto - A Rebel in Venice fully immerses audiences in the life of the last great artist of the Italian Renaissance.

With the enchanting narrative voice of two-time Academy Award nominee Helena Bonham Carter, audiences visit places that evoke and preserve the memory of the painter, including the State Archives in the Doge's Palace, St. Mark's Square, the Church of San Rocco and more, all in celebration of the 500th anniversary of Tintoretto's birth.

This cinematic production explores the life and work of Tintoretto from the early years of his artistic career until his death in 1594 in the city that inspired and challenged him. This visually spectacular new film explores Tintoretto as the true mirror of Venice

The production runs approximately one hour, 30 minutes. 

 

 

 

 

Sponsored by Fredonia Place 


Gauguin in Tahiti - Paradise Lost

Oct 17 2019 - 7:00pm

General Admission $15, $10 Students, $116 Live in HD Flex Subscription

Gauguin in Tahiti - Paradise Lost traces the legendary life story of Paul Gauguin, who left France for Tahiti feverishly in search of deep immersions into lush nature, for feelings, visions and colors, ever purer and brighter.

Audiences join this journey from Tahiti to American museums including New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C, and Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, where Gauguin's finest masterpieces are now preserved. 

Gauguin in Tahiti - Paradise Lost takes us on the trail of a story that has become myth. Through Tahiti and the Marquesas Islands in French Polynesia, we experience the landscapes that inspired Gauguin, in the places where he built houses with bamboo and leaves, and discovered light and colors that changed his painting forever. 

The production runs approximately one hour, 30 minutes. 

 

 

 

 

Sponsored by Fredonia Place 


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