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MARCH M&T SECOND FRIDAY
Join us for March M&T Second Friday!
On the Second Friday of every month, thanks to the support of M&T Bank, the Burchfield Penney hosts something great! From openings and happy hours, programs, concerts, screenings or other special events, visitors experience the best of the Burchfield Penney. For general enquiries, call 716-878-6011. The galleries are open from 10 am - 8 pm and are free all day! Special programs begin at 5:30 pm.
OPENING CELEBRATION: WORKING ON THE SEAM: MONICA ANGLE and CONTEMPORARY PORTRAITURE
DROP IN ART MAKING WORKSHOP
BUFFALO JAZZ ENSEMBLE WITH JUSTIN CICIOCCIO
WILLIE HUTCH JONES EDUCATIONAL AND SPORTS PROGRAM SCIENCE FAIR
The Willie Hutch Jones Educational and Sports Program (WHJESP) and the Burchfield Penney Art Center are partnering for the fourth year on the Annual WHJESP Science Fair at Burchfield Penney Art Center on March 9, 2019. The science fair features hypothesis to theory presentations based on our annual theme, which for 2019 is “Power Up.” Local middle and high school students in the greater Buffalo area are being encouraged to participate in the event.
The goal, since the inception of the WHJESP Science Fair, is to provide an opportunity for student-led inquiry and give kids hands-on experience with the scientific method. Our hope is to potentially help students spark or nurture their interest in pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) opportunities on a collegiate level or even as a future career. For over 34 years the WHJESP after-school and summer programs uniquely reach an underserved population who may not often have access to many of these experiences, which have always been provided at no cost.
FAMILY STILL LIFE SUNDAY
On select Sundays, a unique still life will be designed by creative community members. Participants drop-in and create in their own media influenced by the one of a kind still life.
The still life will only be on display during the workshop hours.
Participants bring their own supplies to sketch, draw, paint, write poetry, and or photograph the still life.
No instructor will be teaching. This is a creative platform to be inspired by. Still Life workshops are 2 ½ hours in length, intended for families, college students, and creative individuals. This is a special family event for all ages. Email Kathy Shirokki for more info at email@example.com
Free with gallery admission.
2019 POETS AND WRITERS SERIES: KIM CHINQUE AND IRENE SIPOS
Kim Chinquee is a regular contributor to NOON, Denver Quarterly, Conjunctions, and has also published work in Ploughshares, The Nation, Story Quarterly, Fiction, Mississippi Review, and over a hundred other journals and anthologies. She is the author of the collections Oh Baby, Pretty, Pistol, Veer, Shot Girls the forthcoming C’mon. She is Chief Editor of ELJ (Elm Leaves Journal) and Senior Editor of New World Writing. She co-directs the writing major at SUNY-Buffalo State, and lives in Glenwood, NY.
Irene Sipos earned her Master of Arts in the legendary 1970s English Department of SUNY University at Buffalo. She recently retired from SUNY Buffalo State where she taught in the English Department and the College Writing Program and was a co-founder of Buffalo State's Rooftop Poetry Club.
Her work has appeared in Lilith Magazine, The Comstock Review, Earth's Daughters, Buffalo Poets Against War, Burchfield Penney Newsletter, The Jewish Journal of Western New York, Artvoice, Buffalo News, as a Park Street Press broadside and in the anthology, A Celebration of Western New York Poets. Her chapette, Poem... and other Poems, is No.12 in the Buffalo Ochre Papers. She was a finalist in the 2004 Comstock Review Awards Issue and the 2015 Jesse Bryce Niles Chapbook Contest. Recently Irene published a book of poems titled Stones.
Currently, Irene works at the Writing Center at Buffalo State and is a freelance editor and tutor.
Free with gallery admission.
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