|This Week at the Burchfield Penney|
DISCUSSION AND BOOK SIGNING UNITED UNIVERSITY PROFESSIONS: PIONEERING IN HIGHER EDUCATION UNIONISM
Co-Authors Nuala Mcgann Drescher, William E. Scheuerman and Ivan D. Stein will discuss their newly released book United University Professions: Pioneering in Higher Education Unionism. The discussion will be moderated by Buffalo State College’s Chair of the Economics and Finance Department, Professor Fred Floss.
Nuala McGann Drescher is a Distinguished Service Professor Emerita (SUNY Buffalo State), and retired UUP President. William E. Scheuerman is Professor Emerita (SUNY Oswego), retired UUP President, and retired President of the National Labor College. Ivan D. Steen is Associate Professor Emeritus (SUNY Albany.)
Free for Buffalo State Students, Faculty and Staff and Burchfield Penney members.
THE PAST IS PRESENT: A DISCUSSION WITH CIVIC LEADERS IN 2019
Join us on November 21 for a conversation with civic leaders and activists about how our communities try to ensure that “never again means never again,” with a focus on forms of resistance US communities are engaging in as they confront a variety of forms of oppression, including racism, xenophobia, and anti-Semitism. Panelists include: Anna Falicov, Moderator, Rabbi Jonathan Freirich, Jennifer Conner, Rachel Ablow, Oswaldo Menstre Jr., and Pastor Hope Harle-Mould. More information at www.BurchfieldPenney.org. This event is free with gallery admission.
CURATOR'S TOUR: HOW DO YOU CAPTURE THE EPHEMERAL?
Burchfield Scholar Nancy Weekly will lead of a tour of Charles E. Burchfield: Transitions to reveal the multi-faceted ways in which the artist challenged landscape painting traditions to depict both his visible and imaginary world.
The exhibition’s paintings, drawings, and prints explore the artist’s challenge to capture ever-transitioning subjects, such as fleeting moments in time, the fading light of dusk, or the tumultuous clash of seasons. He also tackled how to make sound visible and gave inanimate objects, like houses and trees, human characteristics. He was an artist ahead of his time, rendering in a static, 2-dimensional form, the cinematic movement of life. Many works in the exhibition, including loans from private collections and New York galleries, have never been shown before.
KID'S BOOK CLUB: PICTURING AMERICA: THOMAS COLE AND THE BIRTH OF AMERICAN ART BY HUDSON TALBOTT.
Join the Burchfield Penney for Children’s Book Club, the fourth Sunday of the month.
The program includes the book, a gallery tour and art making project. November's book is Picturing America: Thomas Cole and the Birth of American Art by Hudson Talbott.
Family/Dual Member Level or higher:
$20 for one child including the book. Additional children of the same family free.
Pre-registration STRONGLY encouraged. Call 716-878-6011 during gallery hours.
Call 716-878-3156 or email Mary Kozub at firstname.lastname@example.org
THANKSGIVING WEEKEND AT THE BURCHFIELD PENNEY
Thank you to Visit Buffalo Niagara for for highlighting the top reasons to visit the Burchfield Penney, and Thanksgiving weekend is no exception! Read more at www.VisitBuffaloNiagara.com .
The Burchfield Penney is closed on Thanksgiving Day, but the Center is open with regular gallery hours over Thanksgiving weekend: Friday, November 29 (10am-5pm), Saturday, November 30 (10am-5pm) and Sunday, December 1 (11am-4pm). For information about what is on view including In the Fullness of Time: Painting in Buffalo 1832-1972,, presented by M&T Bank, visit www.BurchfieldPenney.org.
Image Virginia Cuthbert (1908-2001), City Street [detail], ca. 1944; oil on canvas, 40 x 29 inches; Private Collection, on view in In the Fullness of Time: Painting in Buffalo 1832-1972, presented by M&T Bank.
The Burchfield Penney, accredited by the American Alliance of Museums and member of the Association of Art Museum Directors, is supported in part with public funds from Erie County and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
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