October 13th, 2014 by Staff
Our opening reception on “Second Saturday” for the new exhibit “James Dean, East of Eden, The Local Connection” was a huge success. We had an overflow crowd, with lots of great wine, wonderful food, and definite fascination for dozens of rare James Dean and “East of Eden” photographs. The exhibit runs until November 22, so we’ll see you at The Kelley House Museum!
Author Bruce Levene and his book “James Dean in Mendocino”
Sandra Drinkwater Booth (original “extra” from the film) and Kelley House Archivist Carolyn Zeitler
Just one of the spectacular buffet tables
October 6th, 2014 by Staff
Opening on Oct. 11
The Kelley House Museum
A Special Exhibit of Photographs from a Private Collection
Reception from 4-7 pm
Don’t miss this chance to see rare images of James Dean and Mendocino locals taken during the production of one of Hollywood’s greatest films. This exhibit will run through November 22, in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the filming of East of Eden. This is a joint presentation in collaboration with the Mendocino Art Center and the Mendocino Film Festival.