Today's MessagePosted: Thursday, April 5, 2018
Still Life at the Burchfield Penney Art Center
Visitors may drop in at the Burchfield Penney Art Center this Saturday and Sunday to create artwork in their own media, influenced by a unique still life designed by creative community members. Participants will bring their own supplies to sketch, draw, paint, write poetry, or photograph the still life. No instructors will be present. This is a creative platform designed to inspire. The Burchfield Penney invited creative individuals to design a still life and, in turn, to invite another person to join them in their creative process.
Still life workshops are two and a half hours in length and are intended for youth ages 12 and older, families, college students, and creative individuals. The still lifes will be on display only during the workshop hours. These workshops are free for Buffalo State students, staff, and faculty and Burchfield Penney members. Not-yet members will be admitted free with museum admission fee.
Saturday, April 7
11:00 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
Still life designed by Sandy Ludwig, artist; and Missy Kennedy, photographer.
Sunday, April 8
Still life designed by John Draeger, associate professor of philosophy at Buffalo State.