Filmmakers Tour filmed in the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

Special event in SGC Dungarvan featuring a question and Answer session with the director (Phil Grabsky) and Renowned Artist Sinead Hehir

Tuesday 18th July @ 7pm

Book here

The show will be introduced and opened by fantastic local artist Sinéad Hehir and will feature an in-house Q&A with award winning director/producer Phil Grabsky. This show is a must for anybody interested in Van Gogh or art in general.

Phil Grabsky paints a picture of the Artist like never before, framing each shot of each piece that fully immerses you in Van Goghs’ style and brush stroke. With great detail of the behind the scenes work that is involved in creating the perfect exhibition, from the colour they paint the walls, to how they decide where each painting hangs and why the order is important.

Phil Grabsky and Sinéad Hehir
Phil Grabsky, director/producer; Sinéad Hehir, Artist.

Sinéad Hehir is a Dungarvan Artist renowned for her paintings of local landscapes. Sinéad who also teaches Art, Craft & Design in Newtown School graduated from CIT Crawford College of Art & Design Cork, with a BA Honours Degree in Fine Art 2009 garnering the CIT and OPW Purchase Prize Awards respectively, and completed her Higher Diploma with First Class Honours in 2010 gaining the Marshall Hutson Award for Best Art Education Student, achieving the highest result in the year, and also Student of the Year by CIT.
Sinéad’s inspiration in her work comes from locations in Waterford and surrounding areas in which she uses paint in an exciting and colourful way often portraying a dramatic view of the landscape.
An outstanding award winning young artist, Sinead Hehirs work already forms part of important private and corporate collections.

Enjoying complete and unprecedented access to the treasures of Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum, this a fresh new film about one of the world’s favourite artists, marking both a major re-hanging of the gallery’s collection and a celebration of the 125th anniversary of Van Gogh’s death. Experience the wonder of seeing these masterpieces on the big screen while specially invited guests, including world-renowned curators and art historians, offer their interpretations and explanations of his work. Beautifully shot and making extensive use of.

Don’t miss out on this fascinating show on for one night only on 18th July, book your tickets now at