The Holy Trinity Church in Blackburn will be screening a selection of artists' films on Thursday 5 March from 4.30pm - 8.30pm as part of the touring exhibition 'A Light Shines in the Darkness'. The event is also included on the line-up for 'Blackburn is Open'.
The works on show include Melanie Manchot's 'LEAP after The Great Ecstasy', Kathleen Herbert's 'Stable' and Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson's 'The Carriers' Prayer'. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet artist and filmmaker Ian Rawlinson, who will be at the event from 6.30pm to discuss his work.
A project by Film and Video Umbrella in partnership with The Churches Conservation Trust and curator, Paul Bayley. Supported by Arts Council England.